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A DVD of “18 Voices Sing Kol Nidre” is available.
It features the 40-minute documentary airing across the country on public television.
It also includes three bonus items that run 16 minutes:
* A full performance of the Kol Nidre by Cantor Angela Warnick Buchdahl of Central Synagogue in Manhattan, also an ordained rabbi.  She’s the first Asian-American to be ordained a rabbi or cantor in North America.
* Cellist Amir Eldan’s performance of the Bruch Kol Nidrei for Cello (1881).  Eldan has been a member of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in New York City, arriving, at age 22, as its youngest member.  He has performed internationally and been a faculty member at Juilliard and Oberlin.
* A full performance of the Kol Nidre by Cantor Raphael Frieder of Temple Israel of Great Neck, NY.  He has sung with major opera companies and orchestras in the U.S., Europe and Israel, and was featured as the cantor in the film "Keeping the Faith."
The DVD can be ordered for private use at a cost of $29.95. It can be ordered for educational screening at a price of $139.00. Shipping and handling is added.
For those choices, please click the drop-down menu below to purchase by credit or debit card.
To purchase by check or to ask any questions, contact info@18voices.com
The DVD is also available for general public screening by visiting http://www.7thart.com/films/18-Voices