Jacobson, Founder and Artistic Director of the Boston Zamir Chorale,
is a man of contrasts. A passionate composer, musician, educator
and scholar, he also possesses the gift of public relations savvy.
It is this unusual combination that Jacobson employs to fulfill
one of his life's goals, disseminating Jewish culture through
the extraordinary historical depth and richness of Jewish choral
about Dr. Jacobson]
on a selection below to hear an interview with Joshua Jacobson, conducted
in January 2000 by JHOM Managing Editor, Jennifer Turvey, in New York.
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beginnings of the Zamir Chorale of Boston: Camp Yavneh, 1960's
Artistic Director and the chorus
about Jewish choral music
the footsteps of the original Lodz Ha-Zomir Chorus
the Jewish choral legacy
wide range of instrumental accompaniment
chorus of the Jewish community
choral arrangement: bringing out the essence of the song
the quality of Jewish choral music
family, Jewish studies and music, current projects
The thrill of teaching, conducting, researching, and composing
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