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Lag B'Omer Sponsors (to Date):
Ira & Karen Kanis
Gil & Phyllis Goetz
Rachel Hersey
In memory of her mother, Alta Freida bat Alexander Yitzchak
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What is Lag B'omer?

Bonfire - 2Lag BaOmer, the 33rd day of the Omer Count is a festive day on the Jewish calendar, celebrated with outings, bonfires, and other joyous events. Yahrzeit (anniversary of passing) of the great sage and mystic Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, author of the basic work of Kabbalah, the Zohar.

To learn more about Lag B’omer, click here.




More About Moshe Marlon Sobol

Moshe Marlon Sobol.jpgMarlon Moshe Sobol is a professional percussionist and music therapist who has performed extensively throughout the world.

Sobol’s musical pedigree runs in the family. His father was a master clarinetist, concert producer, and educator and his mother is a concert pianist, as well as a music teacher for special learners. The younger Sobol has shared the stage with musical legends Richie Havens (Woodstock 1969), David Amram (Manchurian Candidate), and Candido Camero (2008 NEA Jazz Master). Sobol was featured on the Grammy nominated album, "Youth", and has performed at Madison Square Garden and appeared on the Carson Daly Show. He is the percussionist in Afro-Beat Jazz band “Zion 80,” whom the NY Times has hailed as a "truly soulful experience!" 

His work as both musician and music therapist have been featured in "DRUM!" Magazine; in "Preserving Your Memory" Magazine;  in the Journal News, on Armand Dimele's, "The Positive Mind," and NPR's "Soundcheck" with John Schaefer.