Back to the roots
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Back to the roots

Back to the roots

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Chelsea Shul

236 W 23rd St. New York NY

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BACK TO THE ROOTS- GYORGY LAKATOS & GREG NOGRADY SPECIAL GUEST ARYEH LEIB HURWITZ


This Concerts rings through time and space. The SOLD OUT “BACK TOT HE ROOTS” tour, from Europe to USA,Canada. Everyone wants to be a part of the experience.


The Roots…. signify the ancestry. Age old traditions which have been brought into light from the darkness. The childhood experiences long forgotten, the tastes, moods and sounds of century old traditions finally hit the stage, front and center.


The Hungarian born, Gyorgy Lakatos, living in Florida for many years. He’s considered a world renowned, prolific, guitarist. He’s been playing to many different audiences for many years. However, now in his forties, he realized something was missing. Something he could not describe or put into words. His spirit longed for reconnection. So, he left his family in Florida and embarked on this journey, back to his roots. AWARDS: 2013 Fastest Guitar player Of The World! 2016.Mr Golden hand award!


Greg Nogradi (Nógrádi Gergely) is a most highly appraised cantor of his generation, both by experts and audiences. At the same time, Nogradi boasts one of the most significant voices ever introduced in Jewish Music.

Born into an Ashkenazi family, Nogradi was already recognized for his compelling dramatic tenor voice and passionate performance style during his university years both in Jerusalem and in Budapest. Therefore, all roads led to the vocal class of Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest and Music Academy Stuttgart for the young graduate in cultural management.

After winning three major international competitions, Nogradi found himself in the Verona Arena from one day to another, and subsequently sang five new leading roles annually at various opera theaters of the world until the turn of the millennium.

After serving six years as the cantor of the Frankel Synagogue in Budapest, Nogradi was elected Europe’s No. 1 cantorial voice at the European Cantors Convention in Leeds in June 2015.-2016 The Jewish Pavarotti Award,USA.


Cantor Aryeh Leib Hurwitz is a soloist and performer from Brooklyn, NY, whose brilliant voice has been featured all over the world. From the United States to France, England to South Africa, from the wild beauty of South America, his voice has shaken audiences and pierced hearts.

His musical repertoire consists of many melodic genres and songs in a variety of languages, including traditional Hebrew liturgy, Yiddish folk songs, Opera, Broadway, modern Jewish music and more.

Aryeh Leib is praised among his peers for his lyric tenor voice. He began his singing career as the cantor in Johannesburg, South Africa, leading high-holiday and special occasion services. He has studied chazonus as well as music theory with legendary world renowned cantors including Joseph Malovany. Aryeh Leib’s powerful voice earned him a scholarship to the Belz School of Jewish Music at the Yeshiva University. He is currently serving as Cantor at The Chai Center in Dix Hills, Long Island.




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