National Library of Israel.  David closes out an evening of celebration with the Afghanistan-Jewish community in Israel, at the National Library of Israel, with a moving performance aided by The Qualia Band. The evening was filled with music and readings, exploring parts of Jewish Manuscripts (Gniza) from the 11th century, currently housed at the Library.

National Library of Israel.
David closes out an evening of celebration with the Afghanistan-Jewish community in Israel, at the National Library of Israel, with a moving performance aided by The Qualia Band. The evening was filled with music and readings, exploring parts of Jewish Manuscripts (Gniza) from the 11th century, currently housed at the Library.


The Music of the Temple.
An excerpt from the Temple Institute performance.

Psalm 23.
The psalm performed on the biblical harp.


At The Israeli Ministry of Tourism.
Rabbi David Louis in lecture, and giving a performance for more than 80 tourists from South America, which was following by a stimulating discussion of of their two cultures. The event was presented by the Israeli Ministry of Tourism.

The Rabbi played his unique harp, and sang Psalms in Portuguese, 2015.

 

Music & the Mikdash: The Harp of King David. Presentation of a series of moving musical vignettes based on and about the Holy Temple, King David and King Solomon, prophecy and the Levitical Orchestra.

Music & the Mikdash: The Flute of Moses.
An excerpt from the music series presented in collaboration with the Temple Institute.

“The Levitical orchestra didn't simply provide pleasant background accompaniment for the Temple offerings, the music was an integral spiritual aspect of the service of the offerings, designed to awaken within the worshipper true feelings of repentance.”

Music & the Mikdash: The Fire of the Oud.
A metaphysical and historical exploration of the Levitical music of the Holy Temple, Louis’ performs a a Tu b'Av tribute, featuring the oud.