Simcha Leiner

Simcha Leiner

Artists Biography

Simcha Leiner (Hebrew: שמחה ליינער ‎) (born in 1989) is a Jewish, American recording artist, Hazzan and musical entertainer [1]
Leiner was born and raised in Monsey, New York. One of six children, Simcha began taking flute and voice lessons at a young age.

After high school, he went on to study at Yeshivas Ner Yisroel where he obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Talmudic Law and then continued for a Master's Degree in Business at Loyola University Maryland. Read more on Last.fm


Simcha Leiner (Hebrew: שמחה ליינער ‎) (born in 1989) is a Jewish, American recording artist, Hazzan and musical entertainer [1]
Leiner was born and raised in Monsey, New York. One of six children, Simcha began taking flute and voice lessons at a young age.

After high school, he went on to study at Yeshivas Ner Yisroel where he obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Talmudic Law and then continued for a Master's Degree in Business at Loyola University Maryland. During these years, Simcha continued to study under some of the world's greatest cantors at Yeshiva University in New York City, as well as study music in the famed Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University.
Since 2008, Leiner has been a sought after wedding and concert singer. After releasing his breakout single "Kol Berama", he went on to reach international critical acclaim garnering over 250,000 views on that video alone, as well as over a quarter million view on his other songs and videos.[2] Leiner has traveled the world bringing his unique range and energy to simchos and events. He is also currently leading the tefillos at The White Shul in Far Rockaway, Queens on Shabbos Mevorchim and for other special weekends. On February 24, 2014, Leiner released his debut album, titled Pischi Li.

>Discography
Pischi Li, 2014
Project Relax with Baruch Levine, 2015
SL 2, 2015

>Other solos and singles
Kol Berama, May 2011 - A tribute to the victims of the Itamar Massacre of 2011[3]
Mehaira, November 2011
Birchos Habonim, November 2012 - Originally recorded by Ohad Moskowitz
Mimamakim, December 2012
Keracheim - A Cappella, July 2014
Lecha Dodi, June 18 2015
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