Chabad Jewish Center ‘Vanished Voice’ Musical Presentation to Commemorate 30 Days Since Tragic Loss in Israel

Chabad Jewish Center 'Vanished Voice' Musical Presentation to Commemorate 30 Days Since Tragic Loss in Israel

Chabad Jewish Center

By Ryan Yousefi

A solemn event is set to take place as the nation comes together to remember the tragic loss of over 1,400 lives in Israel. 

The ‘Vanished Voice’ live musical presentation is on Sunday, November 5, at the Chabad Jewish Center at 11325 West Atlantic Boulevard.

The event, known as the Shloshim, marks the 30-day commemoration of the shocking deaths that have left a deep scar on the Holy Land. 

The ‘Vanished Voice’ event will feature a dinner service that begins at 5:30 p.m. and a concert that will take place immediately after, at 6:15 p.m.

Several months ago, plans were made for a heartwarming musical evening featuring the recently reunited violin of Bram Rodrigues, who, along with his family, fell victim to the horrors of the Holocaust at the hands of the Nazis.

His violin, hidden away for 75 years in the attic of Johnny de Haan, will once again fill the air with its beautiful melodies, even amidst an unspeakable tragedy. 

Rather than canceling the event due to the ongoing conflict in Israel and Palestine, organizers have decided to enhance the purpose of this gathering. It will serve as a platform to give voice to not only the victims of the Holocaust but also to those who have suffered at the hands of Hamas. 

In addition to the featured musical program, the evening’s events will include a moving memorial service to remember the deceased and a prayer for the hostage’s still uncertain fate as war transpires in the Gaza Strip. 

While the event promises to be a poignant and memorable occasion, organizers are also ensuring the safety of all attendees by providing armed security. 

Advanced registration is required for $45 per person or $180 for co-sponsorship.

To RSVP, visit the official website here.

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Ryan Yousefi

Ryan Yousefi
Ryan Yousefi has lived in Coral Springs for over 30 years. He has worked as a writer for multiple outlets over the years, including the Miami New Times where he has covered sports and culture since 2013. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Business Healthcare Management from Western Governors University.

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