Our Performers


Raised in Boro Park, Brooklyn, Shulem’s singular voice has gained widespread attention in the Chasidic community and beyond. Shulem made history as the first born-and-raised Orthodox singer to ever sign a major record deal in the U.S. His recent contract with Universal Music’s Decca Gold Label positions him as an artist primed to break through to a global audience with the release of his album, The Perfect Dream.  

One of the most sought-after Jewish singers today, Shulem has performed in front of a wide range of audiences across the Jewish spectrum as well as those of other faiths. Shulem provides an authentic taste of Jewish music and culture with his proud Jewish appearance and style.

He performed the National Anthem at San Francisco Giants Stadium and G-d Bless America at Fenway Park and Citi Field.


Avromi was born in Gateshead in 1971 into a family renowned for its rabbinic scholarship, musical ability and service to the community. Avromi’s singing reflects his nature. Just as he is sensitive, compassionate yet full of joie de vivre, so his tefillot (prayers) combine his commitment and devotion with a determination to involve and delight all who are privileged to hear him.


Alby is the Senior Minister of the UHC synagogue. The Leeds-based Rabbi Alby Chait has been named an MBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours. After the impacts of lockdown forced Alby to close the UHC’s doors, the recently ordained rabbi continued to hold morning services online and broadcasting songs of prayer and modern pop music on social media with the help of UHC member Andrew Ullmann and pianist Jon Chamberlain.


Musical director –  is a freelance synagogue musician, choirmaster and Cantor at synagogues and Jewish communities across the UK and beyond. He currently serves as choirmaster at Mill Hill Synagogue and Edgware United Synagogue. He also directs his own professional choral group – The Rinah Ensemble – which is frequently asked to accompany many of today’s top Cantors for concerts, events and special services. The Rinah Ensemble will be performing on both nights.