Yeshiva Boys Choir's New Dimension in Jewish Music
Known for their unique sound and their ability to appeal to audience of all ages, The Yeshiva Boys Choir (YBC) has long been held in high regard within the Jewish world of music.
Eli Gerstner, the producer of YBC, became a household name on account of his solo albums and male vocal groups, “The Chevra”, “Menucha” & “Tek-noy.”
However, Eli was not content to rest from exploring new innovative sounds and venues in order to advance the prestige of Jewish music and in 2003, together with his close friend, Yossi Newman, formed the new boys choir.
With its esteemed musical compositions, engaging performances, and creative choreography, The Yeshiva Boys Choir has succeeded in appealing to audiences of all ages.
Nine years and six albums later, The Choir’s newly released “YBC Acappella,” and with the release of four “YBC Live” DVD productions, captures the energy of a Yeshiva Boys Choir performance by creating a “you are here” feeling.
YBC has performed in countless shows, both within the U.S. and abroad, including England, Canada & Israel. Some of their most memorable moments include shows at “The Theater” & “The Garden” at Madison Square Garden, The Wachovia Spectrum, The Lyric Opera House & Carnegie Hall.