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The experience was
powerful, said
Matthew Lazar, the
founder and director
of the Zamir Chorale
Foundation, which is
the parent organiza-
tion of Hazamir and
Zamir, the national
adult Jewish chorus.
"It was very fulfilling
to hear and see the
tremendous effect
that the experience
had not only on the
listeners and the fam-
ily, but on the singers
as well.
"At the same time,
everybody under-
stood what is our
motivation: Bringing
unity through the art
of Jewish music," he
says.
The Texas performance was a rare
bat mitzvah appearance for New
York City-based Hazamir, but the
group appears regularly in senior cit-
i zens' homes, during holidays and at
s pecial events. "Cities love to see the
u nity and entertaining for the
teens," says Lazar.
Hazamir is the 'brainchild of Lazar,

12 Groups

Marsha Bryan Edelman, the
national director of Hazamir, said it
was started by Lazar to "bring
together adults to sing together out-
side the synagogue dimension." He .
first gathered teen-agers to sing in
1987; the group was•officially given
the title of Haza-mir in 1993.

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