Cantor Gastón at the Boston Jewish Music Festival 2011
Divine Sparks: A Spontaneous Spiritual Celebration
Saturday, March 12, 2011, 8:00 p.m.
Berklee School of Music
It's a once-in-a-lifetime event: World-class singers and musicians use Jewish religious songs as the springboard for musical improvisation and spiritual expression. The all-star ensemble features Frank London of the Klezmatics, 26-year-old Orthodox cantorial sensation Yaakov Lemmer, and Moroccan cantor/oudist Aaron Benssousan as well as local cantors Gastón Bogomolni and Elias Rosemberg and Hebrew College rabbinical student Jessica Kate Meyer.
Cantor Gastón, Cantor Yanky Lemmer, Cantor Aaron Bensoussan, Frank London
Davenin' La Vida Loca in Concert
Feb. 2011- Boca Raton, FL
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Cantor Gastón Bogomolni (Boston), a native of Argentina, is a natural performer. His electrifying personality and infectious smile radiate when he is on stage. Audiences around the world have had the joy of watching him sing and dance at concerts. Prior to his arrival to the US in 2002, Cantor Gastón served congregations and organized multiple Jewish events in Spain, Dominican Republic and Argentina. His last CD release, "Ta'am Latino: The Latin American Shabbat," has been an international boom. Cantor Gastón is a multi-talented, multifaceted artist whose genius, gift and passion for what he does transcends his music.