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Moishe Rosenfeld

Moishe Rosenfeld is the founder and president of Golden Land Connections, a national entertainment company based in New York. Among the many shows he has produced is the Itzhak Perlman concert at Lincoln Center, which was featured in the PBS documentary In the Fiddler’s House. Rosenfeld also cocreated and produced three Yiddish-English musicals in the 1980s and has appeared in more than twenty-five plays in the Yiddish theater. For the last twenty years, he has been the writer and announcer of the daily Yiddish newscast on New York WEVD radio, the last daily Yiddish radio program in the United States. Rosenfeld attended the Jewish People’s Schools, McGill University, and the New York Jewish Teachers Seminary.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Moishe Rosenfeld." (Viewed on September 17, 2014) <http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/rosenfeld-moishe>.

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