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  • Jacqueline Green MD
    Jacqueline Green MD
    Zalmen Mloteks concerts and music are a true pleasure. His songs, program and connection with the audience allows everyone in the audience to have a wonderful evening, full with memories and connections to their families. His love for Yiddish music is evident, and it is wonderful to have such a skillful performer keep alive the richness, beauty and warmth in the Yiddish theater. As a Boiberikaner, it brought me right back to all that made Boiberik wonderful and unique.

    Zalmen Mloteks concerts and music are a true pleasure. His songs, program and connection with the audience allows everyone in the audience to have a wonderful evening, full with memories and connections to their families. His love for Yiddish music is evident, and it is wonderful to have such a skillful performer keep alive the richness, beauty and warmth in the Yiddish theater. As a Boiberikaner, it brought me right back to all that made Boiberik wonderful and unique.

  • Prof. Eugene Rothman
    Prof. Eugene Rothman
    I sniffled throughout Zalmen’s performance – this was the first time in over 50 years that I once again heard the sounds of my childhood. All of us in the audience felt this way. The only “negative” comment was that after nearly two hours the performance ended so soon! Daniella Rabbani, who sang with Zalmen, is a wonderful talent and, someday, we all expect to be able to say that we knew Daniella when.. and that we heard her perform “close up”… Eugene Rothman, Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies, University of Miami.

    I sniffled throughout Zalmen’s performance – this was the first time in over 50 years that I once again heard the sounds of my childhood. All of us in the audience felt this way. The only “negative” comment was that after nearly two hours the performance ended so soon! Daniella Rabbani, who sang with Zalmen, is a wonderful talent and, someday, we all expect to be able to say that we knew Daniella when.. and that we heard her perform “close up”… Eugene Rothman, Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies, University of Miami.

  • Maxine Schwartz
    Maxine Schwartz
    Zalmen and Daniella Rabbani electrified our audience and got our first ever standing ovation. Maxine E. Schwartz, Miller Center for Judaic Studies, University of Miami.

    Zalmen and Daniella Rabbani electrified our audience and got our first ever standing ovation. Maxine E. Schwartz, Miller Center for Judaic Studies, University of Miami.