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“Voice of a People” Recital Celebrates Hazzan Mizrahi’s 20th Anniversary as Cantor at Chicago’s Anshe Emet Synagogue!

presented his recital, “The Voice of a People,” on Sunday afternoon, May 16,  in the sanctuary of Anshe Emet, 3751 N. Broadway (corner of Grace St). The program, included Hebrew, Yiddish, Greek and Sephardic song, as well as an operatic aria and duet, and featured Hazzan Mizrahi with guests Ilana  Goldberg and  Cantors Jacob Ben-Zion […]

One Shabbat Morning

In the tradition of Friday Night Live, this new recording of 13 original Shabbat melodies helps reveal the special magic of Shabbat. Craig joins famed Cantor, Alberto Mizrahi in fusing the ancient cantorial style with the modern and captivating melodies Listen to clips and buy this CD on Cd Baby

WFMT Broadcasts Performance of Krzysztof Penderecki’s Kaddish

On April 16, 2010, classical music station WFMT (98.7 or http://www.wfmt.com) broadcast  a recording of a live performance of Krzysztof Penderecki’s Kaddish as part of their memorial tribute programming for Poland’s President. This performance , in which Hazzan Mizrahi performed the Tenor role, was part of the celebration of the 65th anniversary of the liquidation […]

Welcome to the New Alberto Mizrahi Website

…this is the “go to” place for information about upcoming events and appearances, current discography and new releases, press releases and media materials, information on live broadcasts and more… For my musings on an assortment of topics, visit my blog, Alberto’s Voice

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Yizkor: Music of Memory

original, resonantly melodic jazz settings of Jewish prayers and psalms that Mingus and I, if he were still here, could rise and share . . . never before have I heard this lyrically powerful a fusion of Jewish and jazz souls on fire . . . — Nat Hentoff, The Wall Street Journal Listen to […]

My World

Greek-born tenor, Alberto Mizrahi, one of the world`s leading interpreters of Jewish music, has thrilled audiences worldwide in recitals, symphony concerts, and opera. Affectionately known as “the Jewish Pavarotti,” Mizrahi`s repertoire, spanning nine languages, makes his performances unique in the field. Listen to clips and buy this CD on Amazon.com

Three Jewish Tenors Live

This long-awaited digitally recorded, mixed and mastered CD contains 9 exciting tracks of some the best of Jewish music as well as new twists on familiar favorites. Recorded live in concert, this recording brings a fresh meaning to the word entertainment. A one of its kind in Jewish concert performances, this recording will provide you […]

Sons of Sepharad

The Sons of Sepharad unites three world renowned singers of Sephardic music-Aaron Bensoussan, Gerard Edery and Alberto Mizrahi-in a thrilling musical consort that takes audiences on a voyage of discovery. Songs in Ladino, Greek, Turkish, Arabic, Hebrew and English. Listen to clips and buy this CD on Amazon.com

Gates Of Justice

Jazz icon, pianist and composer Dave Brubeck wrote this cantata in an attempt to heal the rift between the Jewish people and American blacks that emerged after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968. Based on biblical and Hebrew liturgical texts, together with quotations from Dr. King’s speeches, Negro spirituals and the Jewish […]

A Taste of Eternity

An inspiring and uplifting recording celebrating the gift of life, the finest food and delectable drink, and blessed rest. Taste of Eternity presents some of the most profound and exalted music from the Friday night synagogue service, as well as rousing table songs which are sung at the festive Friday night meal. Musical selections include […]

Hazzan Mizrahi Awarded Honorary Doctor of Hebrew Letters by Spertus Institute

Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi was awarded an honorary Doctor of Hebrew Letters by Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies on February 7, 2010, in recognition of his work as one of the worldʼs leading interpreters of Jewish music. Hazzan Mizrahi joins a long and distinguished list of Spertus Honorary Degree recipients, including such notable figures in Jewish […]

Our Song

Theodore Bikel & Alberto Mizrahi. Two enormous talents complement each other in a pulsating and riveting recording of Traditional Sephardi, Ladino, Turkish, Greek, Romanian, Israeli, Yiddish and Cantorial selections.