Father & Son Duet: Hamol (“Have Compassion on Your Creation”)
Song of the Week • 3m 23s
When Cantor Schwartz sings with his children on the High Holidays, it is a special moment for them and a joy for us to share.
We’d like to invite you to join us online for High Holiday services at Park Avenue Synagogue. While in-person seating is limited, we are committed to broadcasting services live from our main sanctuary free of charge for all! Through the Days of Awe, let music be your guide to the ultimate solemnities and joys as we gather.
Schedule of services:
Erev Rosh Hashanah: Sun / Sep 25 / 6:00 pm
Rosh Hashanah Day 1: Mon / Sep 26 / 9:45 am (Shofar blasts at 10:30 am)
Rosh Hashanah Day 2: Tue / Sep 27 / 9:45 am
Kol Nidrei: Tue / Oct 4 / 6:30 pm
Yom Kippur: Wed / Oct 5 / 9:45 am, 1:00 pm (Yizkor), 5:30 pm (Ne’ilah), 7:13 pm (Final Shofar Blast)
We cannot wait to experience the High Holidays with you. Wishing you a Shana Tova!
Music: Yaakov Hammenik, Arr. Jason Weisinger
Music Director: David Enlow
Av: Oscar Acevedo, Erik Van Batavia
Recorded live at the 2021 Rosh Hashanah Service at Park Avenue Synagogue
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