THE SYDNEY & PEARL ZALTSMAN HEBREW SCHOLARSHIP FUND
ABOUT THE FUND
Sidney was a gentle giant. He was giant in stature, but gentle in personality — giant in talent, but gentle in humility. Sidney always greeted people with a smile, with enthusiasm and with an infectious laugh. He had a rare zest for life and was always in a pleasant mood.
Born in Brooklyn and a lifelong resident of Long Beach, Sidney studied clarinet, saxophone and bass clarinet at the Manhattan School of Music. For 51 years he played in the Chautauqua Symphony, and he also performed in the Houston Symphony, New Orleans Symphony and North Carolina Symphony. He was a sought-after teacher whose students became accomplished musicians themselves.
Sidney had a special warmth for Jewish traditions and was a self-taught cantor. He had a gifted voice that was pleasant and powerful, and had a unique ability to uplift, inspire and enliven an entire congregation.
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