Gad Elbaz videos penetrate the souls of so many people who live the Israeli-born singer who knows how to connect people to Israel with his amazing music.
In this masterpiece, he connects people to the past and the future with the amazing Holocaust Survivor Band. These inspirational young men – yes, young men – truly understand what eternal Jewish spirit is all about.
This video should be seen by young and old – and not just for Chanuka – but any time that one would like to connect the generations of Israel.
Just in time for Chanukah comes the latest upbeat release from the Holocaust Survivor Band, a triumphant song of survival titled Let the Light Shine On. With music and lyrics by prolific songstress Cecelia Margules, Let the Light Shine On pairs Israeli superstar Gad Elbaz with concentration camp survivors Saul Dreier, Ruby Sosnowicz, and the newest member of the team, Morris Dan, as they take their uplifting message to the Brandenburg Gate, once a symbol of Nazi power.
With footage shot at the Brandenburg Gate and the Berlin-Grunewald railway station, the last stop for many on their way to Auschwitz and Theresienstadt, Let the Light Shine On captures the jubilant essence of the Holocaust Survivor Band whose members never dreamed that after living through unspeakable horrors, they would one day return to the lion’s den and sing joyously about the eternity of the Jewish people.
Much like the Chanukah lights which symbolize the Jewish nation’s victory over a seemingly invincible enemy, the Holocaust Survivor Band is a living reminder that even in our darkest hours, the Jewish spirit continues to shine brightly.
“Their survival inspires us to see the light at the end of each one’s tunnel,” explained director Daniel Finkelman, who has collaborated with the band on several successful projects.
Co-executive produced by Arie Taykan and Sylvia Kahana, Let the Light Shine On is co-directed by Aharon Orian with cinematography by David Orian. A musical Chanukah gift that fills the heart and warms the soul, Let the Light Shine On empowers Elbaz and the Holocaust Survivor Band to, like the Maccabees, conquer hate and destruction with messages of love, peace and optimism!