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Rabbi Meir Brook and his all-Azerbaijani boys choir pose for some publicity shots.







Azerbaijan Jewish Choir Raises Cultural Awareness




The eight boys in the popular B’nei Levi choir in Azerbaijan are taking a break from their hectic performance schedule to practice for some very important solos: In the coming year, the 12-year-olds will publicly read from the Torah in front of family and friends at their Bar Mitzvahs.


But even though most of the boys – who all attend the Chabad-Lubavitch runOhr Avner school in the former Soviet republic’s capital of Baku – have been singing Hebrew melodies since they were eight years old, learning the intricacies of chanting from the Torah is proving a challenge.


“Right now, we’re concentrating on the blessings, and the proper way to stand at the Torah,” relates Baku’s Chief Rabbi Meir Brook, a Chabad-Lubavitch emissary who arrived in the Eurasian country nine years ago. “They’re also learning some short sections.”
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After morning prayer services on Mondays and Thursdays – when Brook himself reads from the Torah – the boys go over all of the notes.
Brook is confident that his students will master the skills necessary. They’ve already earned a small amount of local fame – their hit song “Azerbaijan” has been played on television more than 150 times in the past five years – and Brook says there’s no reason not to expect the very best from them.


Pride Through Song


Some of the choir’s members could barely even read Hebrew when they joined four years ago. Today, says Brook, they fulfill an important function as public representatives of the small Azerbaijani Jewish community.


One boy’s mother used to tell him that while the family was Jewish, they didn’t see much value in proclaiming that fact. But after joining the choir, the boy reconnected with his religious identity, and in consultation with his parents took on a Hebrew name. Today, the boy’s father participates in Shabbat prayer services.


Named for philanthropist Lev Leviev – who founded the Ohr Avner network of Jewish day schools in the former Soviet Union – the B’nei Levi choir was started by Brook as a way for local boys to express their Jewish pride. A guitarist and pianist, Brook writes the songs and also sings along with the boys.


According to the rabbi, the choir’s success has also raised awareness of the community among the republic’s Muslim majority. The music video “Azerbaijan,” the only one of the choir’s numbers to be sung in their native language, features Jewish ritual items such as a mezuzah and tallit. More than 8,500 of the choir’s compact discs have been sold.


“We did the song to show our love to the country,” says Brook, emphasizing that the country’s Jews have historically been spared from entrenched anti-Semitism.


“Being Jewish has become ‘in,’ ” he adds. “Nowadays, kids from the school walk around downtown with their skullcaps on, and the non-Jews condone it.”


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Meir Brook & the Azerbaijan Jewish Boys Choir
 
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The Jewish boys choir of Baku the "Bnei Levi" directed by Rabbi Meir Bruk, recently produced a new music video of their songs, one of the hits which thank the people of Azerbaijan for its tolerance was shown on all channels of Azerbaijan television.
The video "Azerbaijan" was shown dozens of times on different television channels of this Moslem country. Two years ago, Rabbi Bruk organized the "Bnei Levi" ensemble in the Chabad Ohr Avner School of Baku. Bruk himself writes the songs in Azerbaijani and Hebrew and sets them to the ethnic Jewish and Azerbaijan melodies. Together with the choir it is broadcast throughout the entire country — both before the Jews and before the Moslem's.
In this new song, which has already become a hit, has attracted many Jews to the community many Jews, who previously never considered their heritage, glorifies Azerbaijan, its people, which have always been friendly and cordial neighbors to the Jewish community.
 


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Israel's President Peres Meets With Azerbaijan Jewish Leaders




Azerbaijan's Chabad Rabbi Meir Brook and Israel's President Peres

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June 29, 2009

(lubavitch.com) On a historic first state visit to Azerbaijan, Israel’s President Shimon Peres’s itinerary included a visit to the local Jewish community.

Mr. Peres met with members of Azerbaijan’s Jewish community in the city’s main synagogue where, Mr. Zalmanovitz, head of the Jewish community, and Chabad emissary to Azerbaijan, Rabbi Meir Bruk, presented the President with a gift of a prayer shawl and the Israeli and Azerbaijani flag.
Israel's President Peres Meets With Azerbaijan Jewish Leaders



Rabbi Bruk offered words of blessing to Mr. Peres on this diplomatic mission and a prayer for the release of Gilad Shalit.

Accompanied by a delegation including three government ministers and 60 senior Israeli businesspeople, the President arrived in Azerbaijan on Sunday, where he received in a full state military ceremony in the courtyard of the presidential official reception palace.

Azerbaijan’s President Aliev welcomed Israel’s President warmly: "I am happy to host you in my country. This is a most important visit for Azerbaijan and we are interested in expanding and strengthening the cooperation between Azerbaijan and Israel in the areas of security, diplomacy and the economy."

In response, said Peres, "Israel and Azerbaijan are both countries that must maintain their military strength because we are both under constant threat. At the same time, I am proud that both Israel and Azerbaijan are countries that pursue peace," said Peres.

http://lubavitch.com/news/article/2026534/Israels-President-Peres-Meets-With-Azerbaijan-Jewish-Leaders.html

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