Behind the Scenes: The Staff Choir

Late at night, after campers are settled and planning for the next day's activities is finished, a small group of staffers and a Nevonim camper or two, make their way to the Beit Knesset.

This time they're not there to pray. Instead, this diverse group of Americans and Israelis is there to sing.

Ari Hausman explains more in this video.

This week the choir chose to sing Metachat Lashamayim which is a well-known song by Israeli performer David Broza. I videoed them rehearsing a couple of hours before performing in front of campers and other staffers on Friday afternoon.

In case you're wondering whose got the lead this time around, it's none other than Ezra Balser, Rosh Nevonim.

Categories: Music