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Gerard Edery

Gerard Edery Cantorial Soloist
  • Name: Gerard Edery
  • Position: Vocals, Guitar, Saz

Trained as a classical baritone at The Manhattan School of Music, he has sung more than thirty roles with opera companies around the United States. Gerard Edery is considered one of the leading interpreters of Sephardic Song, he has been honored with the Sephardic Musical Heritage Award as well as a Meet the Composer Grant for his original songs.

Highlights of Edery’s extensive performing career have included performances at Zankel Hall (Carnegie Hall), Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors, Merkin Concert Hall , Florence Gould Hall, and The United Nations in both New York City and Geneva, Victoria Hall in Geneva, The Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Royce Hall in L.A., The Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, the Fez International Festival of Sacred Music in Morocco, the Festival Cervantino in Mexico, the Jewish Music Festival in Amsterdam where he also served on the music competition jury, the Vilnius International Folk Festival, the Pax Sacred Music Festival and the Klaipeda Concert Series (with chamber orchestra) in Lithuania; in Poland at the International Folk Music Festival, the Zachor Music Festival in Bialystock and at the Warsaw Music Academy, among others.

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