Zvee Aroni

Cantor Aroni’s voice was spectacular from the beginning. As a child singing in the choir he became known as the “Wonder Boy Cantor from Jerusalem”. His voice studies with Cantor Samuel Kavetsky and Maestro Astolfo Pescia refined and enriched his natural gift.

 

He came to America in 1947 where he served as Cantor in synagogues in Philadelphia and New York City. From 1964-1968 he served as Cantor of the Beth Emeth Bais Yehuda Synagogue in Toronto, Canada. It was here that he was able to realize his dream of reviving the boy choir and integrating it into the service. The choir later added adults and received many invitations to perform, including a memorable performance at New York’s Carnegie Hall where they were given a standing ovation. From 1968-1979 Cantor Aroni lived and sang in NYC. He was Cantor at Beth Torah in North Miami Beach until his death in 1990.   More Info…

Music of Zvee Aroni courtesy of Hedva Aroni.


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1974 Concert in Honor of Jewish Music Month
A Shabbat Service - Shaare Zedek - Manhattan 1977
Cantor Zvee Aroni - Newly rediscovered recordings ...
Cantor Zvee Aroni - Newly rediscovered recordings ...
Cantor Zvee Aroni and The "Tefillah" Choir of The ...
Cantor Zvee Aroni on the air - recording from WEVD
Cantor's Assembly Concert of April 5, 1970
Complete Selichot Service
Concert for Soviet Jewry 1978
Concerts & Recitals #1
Concerts & Recitals #2
Concerts & Recitals #3
Concerts & Recitals #4
Concerts & Recitals #5
Erev Rosh Hashana (Complete)
Erev Yom Kippur
Gems of the Synagogue - Rare Cantorial Treasures
High Holidays Music Mix
How to Celebrate the Seder
In Memoriam
Lecture on Yiddish Folk Songs
Lectures on Jewish Music and the Jewish Family
Mizrachi Concert - December, 1970
Proverbs in Song, Shiru Li, Volume 4
Rosh Hashana - Day 1
Rosh Hashana - Day 2
Sim Shalom
Songs of Irgun & Betar
Sukkot in New York - 1976, Disc 1 & 2
Sukkot in New York - 1976, Disc 3 & 4
Synagogue Masterpieces
The Grape Song
Where Can I Go
Where Can I Go?
Yom Kippur Day (Parts 1 & 2)
Yom Kippur Day (Parts 3 - conclusion)