Videos of Morris singing, or of Hankus Netsky and others performing his music.
The Purim Shpiel was written by his sister Serena Hollender, and performed for the first time since 1930, in Feb. 2013. Read the dialogue.
From Boston Central: (Feb 24, 2013) The Purim Show: A Musical Celebration – directed by and featuring Hankus Netsky, Henry Carrey, Amanda Miriam-Khaye Siegel, and The New England Conservatory Jewish Music Ensemble.
The musical program will feature Purim songs from the repertoires of legendary Boston Jewish radio celebrities, Leyke Post and Ben Gailing; selections from Itzik Mangers ‘Megilah Lider;” a 1932 Purimshpil (in Yiddish and English) written by Serena Hollender, and last performed in the 1930s by family members going door to door on the holiday of Purim, as was the Eastern-European tradition in rural Carpato-Ruthenia; and Persian-Jewish music.
Dr. Hankus Netsky, chair of the Contemporary Improvisation Department at the New England Conservatory founder and director of the Klezmer Conservatory Band, and musical director, producer and arranger for “Eternal Echoes,” Itzhak Perlman’s acclaimed Jewish music project, featuring cantor Yitzchak Meir Helfgot.
He has composed extensively for film, theater, and television, and has also collaborated on projects with such artists as Robin Williams, Joel Grey, and Theodore Bikel.
Henry Carrey is the son of Leah Carrey, longtime Boston Jewish radio celebrity and a veteran Yiddish actor and singer.
Amanda Miriam-Khaye Siegel is a member of New York’s ‘Folksbiene’ international Yiddish theatre troupe.
Hankus Netsky - Music of the Hollender FamilyHankus Netsky performs music of the Hollender family with some of his students and local performers.
Mordche's SongHenry Carrey
Morris Hollender - Chanukah Concert 2011Morris Hollender - Chanukah Concert - 12-18-2011
Achashveros undzer keynig / Bimkom MayimAhasueros our king has very little common sense. He can eat a full portion but when it comes to knowledge, he only has a little.
Morris Hollender sings.
Temple Beth Israel 2/24/2013
Morris Hollender: A Bountiful SourceTemple Beth Israel trip to the Yiddish Book Museum in Amherst to see exhibit honoring our own Mr. Morris Hollender. 06/24/2012.
Purim Chapter 1Purim Chapter 1
PurimKiddushMorris Hollender sings a special Purim Kiddush at Temple Beth Israel, Waltham. February, 2013
The Morris and Edith Hollender Memorial Tisch with Hankus NetskyShabes in Upper Remety: The 2021 Morris and Edith Hollender Memorial Tisch with Hankus Netsky
Morris and Edith Hollender Tisch Feb 18 2022 with Hankus NetskyHankus Netsky and friends sing the melodies of Morris Hollender at the annual "Tisch" in memory of Morris and Edith Hollender, in an evening that returns us to the sounds of Upper Remety. For more in formation about Morris and Edith Hollender, see http://morrishollender.tbiwaltham.org .