Category Archives: Hasc

PICTURES FROM HASC 21

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HASC 21: Reader Feedback

I’ve been getting some interesting e-mails regarding the HASC 21 show. I thought this one was particularly interesting. “Chaim, great review, I agree, it was a good show but too many mess ups and things that don’t belong at a … Continue reading

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My Review of HASC 21- The Concert

The show began as usual with the HASC overture performed by Neginah Orchestra under the musical direction of Yisroel Lamm. But instead of the same overture as in past years the overture was led by Jim Hynes and Misha Guttenberg. … Continue reading

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HASC 21 LINE UP AND QUICK RECAP

I’ll have real reviews of the show up tomorrow hopefully. Here is a quick rundown. (JE has behind the scene pics) Shlomo Katz – 2 Songs – Shabbos Kodesh and Niggun Nevo. He was great, but I’m not sure the … Continue reading

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Note

Just been buried under mountains of work, meetings and family things. I have a couple reviews half written, bunch of links in my email box and other minor items. I’ll be back to blogging soon. In the meantime, go over … Continue reading

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The Additions to HASC 21 Are:

Yesterday I reported that there would be an announcement made today about the HASC lineup at this years show. As readers know this is the show I look forward to every year. It’s one of the main shows I go … Continue reading

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HASC 21 LINEUP ANNOUNCEMENT COMING TOMORROW

I am not able to really say much right now, but one of my sources has confirmed to me that a major HASC announcement will be made tomorrow. If my information is correct (and there is no reason it shouldn’t … Continue reading

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