Malchus Choir and Child Soloist Perform at Russian Chief Rabbis Simcha

At the Sheva Brachos for the Son of the Chief Chabad Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berl Lazar, held in Bnei Brak, Malchus Choir with Zanvil Weinberger performed together with Chilik Frank and Russian Child Soloist Avrohom Baruch Machlin.
A private family Simcha has morphed into a public salute to the revival of Russian Jewry.
Some 20 Admorim, spiritual leaders of Chassidic courts, participated at the event, held at the Keter Harimon hall in Bnei Brak, Sunday.
Also in attendance were Paris Rabbi Yirmiyahu Cohen, Migdal Haemek; Harav Yitzchok Dovid Grossman, Rabbi Chaim Wosner of Zichron Meir in Bnei Brak, Kosel Rav; Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, ZAKA Rabbi Yaakov Roze and many others.
They were joined by Chabad Rabbis, Shluchim from Russia and elsewhere, supporters, friends and family members.
In his remarks, Rabbi Lazar spoke of the upcoming holiday of Purim and the need to deliver Mishloach Manos event to unfamiliar Jews, “to bring them close in a loving way to our Father in Heaven.”

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