A Kvetch Kakaphony

by Bernie DeKoven on December 17, 2010

Among the many things we pioneered during Israel’s first Fun Coaching Workshop, was Israel’s first Kvetch Kakaphony. Watch fist. I’ll explain later.

First of all, not that I’m complaining, but my name’s not DeKover. Also, since I’m not complaining, even though the videography is a marvel of, um, videography, it’s one of those “you have to be there” things. You can’t really feel the depth of the delight – singing whatever we felt like, in whatever language we wanted to sing in, listening just a little to each other, pretending that we actually knew what we were doing and why, while, all the time, kvetching. The Kakaphony part of it was at least as much fun as the Kvetching. And, in case you didn’t notice, the conductor was absolutely brilliant, relatively speaking.

So, what, you don’t like it?


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