Connecting to your roots with music

Organizers of Hallelujah say competition is intended to connect younger generation to Israel.

August 23, 2011 13:25
Andre Land

andre hallelujah. (photo credit: Benjamin Spier)


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For Russian musician Andrey Land, the Hallelujah competition is not just another singing contest, but a way for him to reconnect to his roots. Land currently sings and plays guitar for a band in Moscow, appearing regularly at small venues.

The Hallelujah competition marks Land’s second time in Israel. He says that last time he was here, he felt a connection to G-d.

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Organizers of the Hallelujah competition say the competition is intended to help connect diaspora youth to Israeli culture.

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