Zamir Chorale returns to the Zimriyah and sings Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy with conductor Daniel Barenboim and the IPO. Zamir records “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav” with Danny Kaye. Later that year, Zamir Chorale produces a series of “crisis concerts” to raise money for the beleaguered state during the Yom Kippur war. Zamir Chorale performs Symphony of Psalms with Lukas Foss in Carnegie Hall. At the same concert, Zamir participates in the world premiere of Elie Wiesel’s cantata, Ani Ma’amin with music by Darius Milhaud.