The Jewish Journal has a fine article about this year's Winter Jewish Music Concert. Sergio Carmona writes:
"It's a unique experience to have so much talent of such a variety all in one evening," Auslander Cohen added. "I am sure anyone who comes will be moved and inspired."
Lisa Segal of Temple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach who performed in the concert once before, said "It's a lovely occasion to see all of my friends and colleagues and to hear their pieces they have selected."
Cantor Tanya Greenblatt of Temple Beth Am in Jupiter is looking forward to participating in it for the first time.
"I'm especially excited to be working with very talented colleagues and Dr. Alan Mason who in my opinion is among the top two or three accompanists of Jewish music in this country and in the world," she said.
Reat the whole article.