“Dudu Fisher’s North American Fall Tour dates have been cancelled due to travel conflicts, including his October 22 performance at the North Shore Center. All existing ticket holders will receive a full refund. We are currently seeking a replacement date. When a future date is secured, initial ticket buyers with be the first notified and given the opportunity to purchase tickets. We apologize for any inconvenience.”
Dudu Fisher is renowned throughout the world for his stirring performance as Jean Valjean in the hit show Les Misérables, but his career began in his native country Israel many years before. Fisher studied at the Tel Aviv Academy of Music and studied privately with some of the great cantors of the previous generation. He was only twenty-two when he was invited to become the cantor of the Great Synagogue of Tel Aviv. Along with his synagogue duties, Fisher also traveled throughout the world, bringing traditional Hasidic, Yiddish and cantorial music to new audiences.