Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Rav Tzvi Mayer Zilberberg last night- Audio, Video & Pictures


I have an inside man at Kehillas Aish Kodesh in Woodmere, NY who was at Rav Tzvi Mayer Zilberberg's Chizuk drasha last night. He has supplied me with pictures, video, and an audio recording of the whole shiur. I'm embedding the 5 videos below in this post.

For the audio to the whole (1 & 3/4 hour) shiur, Click here to download the audio. You have to click on the orange download button at the bottom right hand side of the webpage where it's hosted. You can download the entire shiur in .wav format for your computer or mp3 player for free.

You can find a couple more pictures of Rav Tzvi Mayer from the shiur at this link.

Update: More information on Rav Tzvi Mayer is available in Mishpacha Magazine. You can obtain the pdf of the article directly from Mishpacha Magazine here. HT to Izbitza.

-Dixie Yid









7 comments:

Anonymous said...

who is he? wheres he from? any other info about him

DixieYid said...

Here's a biography from the Derech Hamelech website:

R’ Tzvi Meir Zilberberg:

A child prodigy and grandson of R’ Gedalia Schorr, who quickly became the genius of Slabodka yeshivah, R’ Zilberberg was known for his extreme diligence, spirited davening and tremendous thirst for learning. While in yeshivah he became extremely close to the Amshinover rebbe, with whom he continues to meet on a weekly basis. He was instrumental in forming the Nachlas Yaakov community, of which he became the rosh chaburah (a humble man’s term for leader).

R’ Zilberberg’s parsha classes, delivered on erev Shabbos, are broadcasted worldwide, and his seudah shlishit talks have become a famous attraction in Jerusalem. Hundreds throng to hear his powerful messages, to sing, to dance, and to come away inspired. The students of Derech HaMelech are no exception, and much of the yeshiva’s Shabbos activities revolve around the Nachlas Yaakov community. R’ Zilberberg advises boys on personal matters and speaks in the yeshiva as well.

R’ Zilberberg’s words at the yeshiva’s opening ceremony serve as the constitution for the yeshiva. To see the video of the address, click here (http://www.derechhamelech.org/video/rtzvimeir-opening-100k-wmv.html).

-Dixie Yid

Neil Harris said...

This is great!1 Thanks and please thank your friend!

DixieYid said...

My pleasure. And I'll pass it on, though I'm sure he'll see your comment himself.

-Dixie Yid

Izbitza said...

Mishpacha magazine has a more thorough biography and description
http://mishpacha.com/pdfrequest/1/2/12/

Yaakov said...

DixieYid,
Thanks so much for posting this shiur ( I just found it now). I actully got married the fourth of tammuz, ( june 20th) and although I really wanted to go to the shiur, I couldn't escape. I plan to watch at least some of the shiur later.
Thanks,
Yaakov

DixieYid said...

Yaakov,

Mazel tov! I'm disappointed that you couldn't cut out of your chasuna to catch that shiur though. :-) Not very much of the shiur is on those videos. But the entire thing is available on that audio file.

-Dixie Yid