Rosalie received WMJX Boston's Exceptional Woman Award on May 11, 2007!
Rosalie, the daughter of Holocaust survivors is a co-founder of One by One, an international, nonprofit organization founded by the children of both survivors and members of the Nazi Regime. The group bears witness against racism, injustice and genocide around the world.
Rosalie has appeared internationally on television, radio, and in concert halls as a soloist, as guest vocalist with the Klezmer Conservatory Band, lead vocalist with the Shirim Klezmer Orchestra and with her own group Rosalie & Friends. She presents songs in Yiddish, Hebrew, English and Ladino.
Among other endeavers, Rosalie composed the music for and starred in the Joseph Papp Public Theater production of “Songs of Paradise” which received rave reviews and went on to tour in Europe. She also composed the music for “Prairie Lights” which was nominated for the prestigious Jeff (Emmy) Award in Chicago.
Rosalie has appeared in leading roles in numerous musical theater productions, including “Carousel”, “Guys and Dolls”, “Godspell”, “Company”, “Side By Side by Sondheim”, “Shlemiel The First”, “Songs of Paradise” and many others.
Rosalie founded and manages Blue Hill Recordings. She has produced several full length albums, some of which include her work as composer and vocalist.
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