Hal Jeffrin


Hal Jeffrin is one of the most unique and versatile performers on today's musical scene. His warm and beautiful voice is equally suited to Broadway show stoppers, songs from Israel, Yiddish favorites, or contemporary hits. As the son of an entertainer and nightclub owner, Hal's entrance into show business was a very natural one. By the time he was in high school, Hal was performing regularly with dance bands and in local theater productions in his home town of Syracuse, New York. Shortly after graduating from Syracuse University, Hal moved to New York City and won leading roles in several Off Broadway shows. He toured in productions of "Funny Girl," "Fiorello," and "Milk and Honey," and was featured in the New York premiere of the jazz opera "The Marnage of Heaven and Hell." One of his proudest musical moments was when he accepted an invitation to sing in the world renowned Carnegie Hall.

Hal decided to pursue his love of Jewish music and enrolled in the Cantors Institute of The Jewish Theological Seminary. After graduating, he began serving as a professional Cantor and became the subject of a nationally televised documentary for ABC called "The Words are the Music." After a stint on Broadway, Hal decided that solo performance was the way to go. He developed an exciting one man show that literally appeals to everyone and keeps him booked in leading hotels and resort areas around the country. Hal has shared the stage with such well-known celebrities as Jackie Mason, Rodney Dangerfield, and Rita Moreno, and is one of today's most sought after performers for Jewish organizations and convention groups throughout the United States. He's even found time to appear on the popular TV soap opera, "One Life to Live."

Follow the advice of the critics; New York Post - "Hal Jeffrin is a powerful performer." Show Business - "Hal Jeffrin is sensational... Don't miss him!"

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