Tani Polansky Photo Credit Markus Cohn


Music lifts the heart and neshamah of a Yid. “Every Yid is a fire!”

Yismach Moshe is pleased to announce that Tani Polansky will, b’ezras Hashem, lead a musical Hallel this Chanukah. Davening times are Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. and Monday – Friday at 7:30 a.m. This great musical simcha will be held at Yismach Moshe of Woodmere, 1019 Broadway in Woodmere.

Yismach Moshe firmly believes that music and niggun is part of our glorious mesorah. The idea for Yismach’s desire to promote Musical Hallel was inspired by a holy musical Hallel that was done in the shul of the saintly HaRav Arush, shlita, in Yerushalayim Ir HaKodesh.

Yismach Moshe was founded in the Five Towns Premier under the leadership of Rabbi Heshy Blumstein. Yismach awaits the day they can return to the Premier, on the way to their final destination in Eretz Yisrael, b’ezras Hashem.

Yismach receives their inspiration from the TY Hashem movement, whose Torah and songs lift the hearts of Am Yisrael, children as well as adults.

Come join and dance to the beautiful tefillos of Tani Polansky.

Yismach invites everyone to join, if you share the vision and want to be involved in a happy, nonjudgmental kehillah. Torah is B’H learned all week under the tutelage of Rabbi David Loew and Rabbi Dr. David Wiseman. For further information, please call Rabbi Blumstein at 516-668-6554.

“Musical inspiration and Carlebach-style niggunim is not for everyone, but it’s for anyone,” said Rabbi Heshy Blumstein.


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