The opening words of today’s Sidra ‘Lech Lecha’ – meaning ‘Go forth’ signal our forefather Avram’s journey and the beginnings of Jewish history.
With just a few days to go until the start of the marathon matzah eating festival, here are a few great song links for pesach that might inspire you.
The first is a lovely rendition of Vehi Sheamda written by Yonatan Razel. It’s conducted here by a friend of mine, Roi Azoulay, who is a young and upcoming conductor who works in Israel and Europe.
If you love the musical Les Miserables as much as I do, then you will love the following Pesach Les Mis medley by a young group of singers called the Maccabeats.
For a bit of fun have a look at this a Passover musical parody by the Ein Prat Fountainheads, graduates and students of Midreshet Ein Prat, Israel.
And another fun song.
For something more nostalgic, have a listen to the Barry Sisters Pesach medley.
And finally Johnny Turgel with a beautiful Pesach medley.
So here’s wishing you a Chag sameach!