Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Elliot Dvorin and the Key Tov Orchestra are at it again. The Chicago-based wedding band likes to use the large plaza in front of a Chicago office building as a stage for their musical productions.
We have featured them before, performing a flash mob version of Hashem Melech in downtown Chicago, with the Kol Ish a cappella singers in a bluegrass version of Yigdal, in an Israeli salsa number in Miami, and in a Chicago mashup of Chanukah songs old and new.
Just in time for Pesach, they deliver a new mashup of Passover songs in a choreographed Dance Spectacular in their favorite performance space on the streets of downtown Chicago.
As a crowd gathered and pulled out their smartphones to record the show, Elliot, the orchestra, and the dancers moved from a James Bond theme introduction to Let My People Go, Ma Nishtana, Avadim Hayinu, Ha Lachma Anya, Dayenu, and Chad Gadya.
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