Greek-born tenor, Alberto Mizrahi, one of the world's leading interpreters of Jewish music, is Hazzan of the historic Anshe Emet Synagogue, Chicago. He has thrilled audiences worldwide in recitals, symphony concerts, and opera. Affectionately known as “the Jewish Pavarotti,” Mizrahi's repertoire, spanning nine languages, makes his performances unique in the field.
"Mizrahi was charismatic and fearless, unabashedly emotional… the tone full and golden…he held you spellbound…" (London Times)
"In overall performance terms, however, the entire show is stolen by the glorious, clarion-like voice of cantor Alberto Mizrahi. (Roger Thomas - BBC