Cantor Udi Spielman performs "B'Rosh Hashana", a chant taken from the High Holyday prayers and composed by cantor Haim Feifel of the Tel Aviv Cantorial Institute. Editing and additional music by Yossi Levy. Taped and filmed at Gal Kol studios in Ramat Gan Cantor Udi Spielman was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, and is the great-grandson of Rabbi Zerach Barnet, who was one of the key founders of Tel Aviv. Both of Spielman's grandfathers were cantors, and listening to them chant services throughout his childhood profoundly influenced his love for cantorial music (hazanut). Upon graduation Spielman went into the Israeli Air Force where he performed with an orchestra and later established many musical groups. In 2000 he decided to study hazanut and enrolled at the Cantorial Institute of Tel Aviv, administered by Cantor Naftali Hershtik. There he was exposed to the deeper elements of Judaic learning and the art of chanting. In January 2007 Spielman became the Cantor Rishon of B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton and is truly involved in further developing the excellent concert series and rebuilding the choirs at B'nai Torah.