Binyamin Abramowitz is best known for, The Miami Boys Choir (MBC) is a boys choir specializing in Orthodox pop. While the group was formed in Miami Beach, Florida, after releasing the first few albums, Begun moved the choir to New York. Although he retained the “Miami” in the name of the group, subsequent albums were released with boys primarily from the New York/New Jersey area.
Binyamin Abramowitz became popular on TikTok after the Miami Boys went viral. So far, he only has one video where he is lip-syncing to his solo in “Yerushalayim.” In present day, Binyamin is studying to be a medical student in New York City.
He expressed to The Jewish Chronicle that his newfound fame hit him like a ton of bricks. His older brother, Akiva Abramowitz, was also part of Miami Boys at one point. Nowadays, he’s focusing on becoming a lawyer and sings with YStuds–a Jewis acapella group.
Binyamin Abramowitz Age, Height & Weight
Binyamin Abramowitz’s exact date of birth is not known. He seems to be in his 30s. He stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches or 1.83 m. His body weight consists of 84 Kg or 185 lbs. His hair length is short.
Binyamin Abramowitz Wiki, Bio
|In Feet Inches: 5′ 11″
In Meters: 1.83 m
In Centimetres: 183 cm
|In Kilograms- 84 kg
In Pounds- 185 lbs
|approx. 44-32-17 inches
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Binyamin Abramowitz Girlfriend
Binyamin Abramowitz is in a long-term relationship with his girlfriend, Leah. The couple has been together for over six years and they have a strong connection. Binyamin often posts about Leah on his social media accounts and he frequently refers to her as his best friend. The couple currently resides in New York City.
Binyamin Abramowitz From The Miami Boys Choir
Yerachmiel Begun, a student at Yeshivah Torah Vodaath in Toronto in the early 1970s, founded, directed, and recorded three successful albums with the Toronto (Pirchei) Boys Choir. However, Yerachmiel Begun also created the Miami Boys Choir in 1976 as part of a greater increase in Orthodox Jewish liturgical music popularity.
The use of an all-boy choir is commonly associated with a traditional understanding of Orthodox Jewish law (halachah) which they believe bans males over the age of majority from listening to non-familial females whether it be in person or on audio recordings.