March of the Living is pleased to announce that renowned Jewish soul-singer, Neshama Carlebach, will be participating in the 2013 March of the Living. Neshama Carlebach first took part in the March of the Living in 1997, and has been actively involved with the organization ever since. Most recently she performed in New York at an evening honoring Ambassador Ronald Lauder for his support of the March of the Living and his philanthropic work in communities all across eastern Europe. Ms. Carlebach will be performing throughout the trip, in front of more than 1,000 students at the Warsaw University, and on Yom Hashoah, for over 10,000 participants who will have gathered from around the world to honor the memory of all who perished in the Holocaust.
Neshama Carlebach will be joined by multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Josh Nelson, one of the most popular performers and producers in modern Jewish music. Other notable singers and performers including acclaimed cantor and broadway singer Dudu Fisher, the father and son team of cantors from Australia Shimon and Dov Farkas, along with members of the IDF orchestra.
Watch the videos below for a few of Neshama Carlebach’s March of the Living performances over the last 15 years.