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Cinema Arts Centre
Huntington, NY
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In Person: Renowned Cantor Nathan Lam (who will perform)
and Filmmaker Danny Gold

Tuesday, June 14 at 7:30pm

Members $15 / Public $20 Includes Reception

100 Voices: A Journey Home reunites Jewish and Polish cultures for the first time since
World War II through the magic of cantorial music. Spearheaded by internationally
renowned Cantor Nathan Lam of L.A.'s prestigious Stephen S. Wise Temple, 72 cantors
many part of cantorial lineages reaching to before the Holocaust  make a concert pilgrimage
to Poland, the home of cantorial music. Joined by local choruses, they play to sold out
houses, and also participate in Krakow's Annual Jewish Cultural Heritage Festival  one of
the most wildly popular of all Polish events. But 100 Voices is more than a concert film.
Marvelous raconteurs, several of the cantors regale us with stories both funny and moving, while filmmakers Danny Gold and Matthew
Asner (son of Ed Asner) interweave archival materials, including famed cantors of yesteryear and beloved Yiddish actress Molly Picon.
Emmy and Grammy winner Charles Fox ("Killing Me Softly"), who makes his own emotional trip to his father's village, provides a
moving score. The film includes an extraordinary service at Auschwitz-Birkenau, as cantors create a unique ritual that demonstrates the
combined power of music to mourn and heal. (USA, 2010, 91 min.)
Cantor Nathan Lam's career is equally divided between the religious world and show business. He has been Cantor at the prestigious
Stephen S. Wise Temple in Los Angeles for more than thirty years and has produced numerous cantorial events around the world. He
is also a voice teacher with one of the most illustrious clientele in the acting and music world, ranging from Kenny Rogers, Linda
Ronstadt to Tyne Daly, as well as consulting for Barbra Streisand on the film Yentl.
When nearly 100 Cantors make an extraordinary pilgrimage to



Cinema Arts Centre
423 Park Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743
United States

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Film > Movies
Music > Global

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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