The 1990s ushered in a period for the Miami Boys Choir that many might be regarded as its golden age. The first annual Miami Experience came right after the release of Miami’s 8th studio album “Torah Today”. On April 1, 1991, audience members were wowed by a spectacular production that pushed the boundaries of professional Jewish entertainment. In addition to the stirring performances of hits like “Karov Hashem” and “Od Yeshama”, the production included video presentations, an array of guest stars, and a special presentation of “Miami through the Years”. There was also an overture arranged and conducted by Yisroel Lamm, performed by the Miami symphony orchestra. It was the first of five groundbreaking productions that would wow and inspire audiences young and old alike.

Notable Guests: Michiel Streicher, Dov Levine, and Gershon Veroba
Notable Soloists: Nochum Stark, Ari Goldwag
Running Time: 43 minutes