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At Neshoma every beat counts. The heartbeats of a mother, a father, a future bride and groom, and just about everyone else who is involved in planning the big Simcha. From the moment we begin discussions with you about securing the date until we pack up our equipment at the end of the spectacular day, every beat counts.

Can you imagine a Chupa without the soul-stirring music that elevates everyone for that moment of Kedusha? And can you imagine the following celebration of joy, energy and dancing without electrifying music?

Neither can we. That is why we have dedicated our careers to being the crucial and pivotal element of what transforms an event into a lasting and cherished memory.

Months of detailed preparations culminate in a single day and the one wish every family asks us to fulfill: “Make this an extraordinary and memorable experience.” Our goal is for everyone to be involved, enjoying and participating throughout the joyous day.

We take this responsibility very seriously. Often, we become so immersed with the planning that it may feel like our own children are getting married. We plan, prepare and go over every detail with one goal in mind: Flawless Delivery.

We have become accustomed to the circumstances when a Chatan, Kallah or their parents approach the bandstand and say “that was beautiful – this is exactly how we imagined it” to which we say, Thank G-d. We reap emotional satisfaction and profound meaning from knowing that we’ve done our job and our hopes and efforts have been successful.

Let us be a part of creating your memorable day. Let us help make the Chupa a spiritual experience and the dancing celebration a time filled with exhilarating and unbound joy. Is that not the truest meaning of Simcha at a wedding?


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Neshoma OrchestraTuesday, November 29th, 2016 at 7:52am
Shim Craimer's beautiful rendition of Yesimcho. Composed by Yitzchok Rosenthal & recorded by Yaakov Shwekey on his Cry No More Album. Accompanied by Avromy Weisberger. Enjoy!
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Neshoma OrchestraTuesday, November 29th, 2016 at 4:38am
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Fabulous wedding last night with the @neshomaorchestra at the famous @thepierreny in NYC! #simcha #lovewhatido #wedding #music #neshoma #neshomaorchestra #simchamusic
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Neshoma OrchestraMonday, November 28th, 2016 at 10:46am
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Neshoma OrchestraSaturday, November 26th, 2016 at 8:04am
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What a beautiful wedding Wednesday night with the @neshomaorchestra
Here is a clip of the end of the Yekishe Shir Hamalos, traditionally sung at the end of the Chupah in the Ashekenaz/Yekishe community.
I was told by R. Ganz, the previous Rabbi of Machane Chafash in Queens, a Yekishe Shul, that the composition of this Shir Hamalos was commissioned by Rav Shimshon Raphael Hirsch. Rav Hirsch saw that many people were leaving Shul before its completion so he wanted a piece to be composed for a Tefillah at the end of Davening, as Shir Hamalos is said Motzei Shabbos at the end of "Vayitein Lecha" traditionally said by Ahskenazim.
Personally, I always use a Siddur when singing this Shir Hamalos since it is traditionally sung as a Tefilla said with Hashem's name. #neshoma #neshomaorchestra #greatchupasinger #chupamusic #tehillim #khaladasjeshurun
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