The Cantorial Concert

14 of the most prominent cantors in the world gave the first concert ever for the Roman Jewish community, members of a delegation from Pave the Way, and special guests from the Vatican, at the great Synagogue of Rome on Jan 17, 2005. Ashkenazi Cantors chanted magnificent Hebrew blessing to the Sephardic Roman community. This event, sponsored by PTWF, was the first concert ever held in the 100 year history of the Great Synagogue in Rome.



Leone Paserman, head of the Jewish community of Rome, with Gary Krupp of Pave the Way. 



"It is with affection that I greet the members of the Pave the Way Foundation and I thank Mr. Krupp for the
kind words which he has addressed to me on your behalf"
Pope John Paul II- January 18, 2005



Jerusalem Medal from the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land


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