Rabbis to sing opera in aid of St Luke's Hospice

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A pair of Rabbis will sing opera at a summer concert to help raise money for a hospice charity.

Rabbi Danny Bergson and Rabbi Samuel de Beck Spitzer, from Pinner, will perform next month at Grimsdyke Hotel in Harrow Weald for St Lukes Hospice.

The charity concert will include performances of arias, musical highlights and Hebrew melodies in the music room.

Rabbi Bergson said: "I have always felt it is important to support charities beyond the Jewish community.

"St Luke's is particularly important to me as it is an example of an organisation that is motivated by kindness and it supports so many people from so many walks of life, giving the utmost respect for different beliefs.

"The people I meet who tell me of family members who were at the hospice speak so highly of St Luke's care, their staff and the support given to families.

"They tell me the hospice's respect for religious sensitivities and the sense that they are part of a larger community even after a loved one has passed away."

Those interested in purchasing a ticket for the event can find out more from clicking here.

Money raised from the event will go towards the running of the hospice which cares for terminally ill patients from Harrow and Brent.

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7:11pm Tue 27 May 14

Sonoo Malkani says...

Rabbi Danny Bergson sings beautifully.Hope many will support this event generously as it's for an excellent cause.
Rabbi Danny Bergson sings beautifully.Hope many will support this event generously as it's for an excellent cause. Sonoo Malkani
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2:44pm Fri 30 May 14

DJFearRoss says...

Rabbi Bergson said: "I have always felt it is important to support charities beyond the Jewish community.
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Well done. This as apposed to another faith group which only raises money for their own faith groups (despite claiming otherwise). This is true charity.
Rabbi Bergson said: "I have always felt it is important to support charities beyond the Jewish community. ========= Well done. This as apposed to another faith group which only raises money for their own faith groups (despite claiming otherwise). This is true charity. DJFearRoss
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