HONORS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 
  • Performed at the White House for President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

  • Over ten million views on YouTube

  • Bruno Mars liked Six13's Passover version of his song so much, he posted it on his Facebook page himself

  • Thrice selected as finalists in the casting process for NBC's The Sing Off

  • Headlined at USY International Convention, URJ Biennial Convention, USCJ Biennial Convention, Cantors Assembly Convention, National Council of Young Israel Annual Dinner, World Union for Progressive Judaism annual dinner, and BBYO Regional Conventions

  • Performed 7 years running for a crowd of 30,000+ at Shea Stadium / Citi Field for the New York Mets' annual Jewish Heritage Day

  • Sang U.S. and Israeli national anthems at center-court at Madison Square Garden for the New York Knicks

  • Performed for New York City Mayors Michael Bloomberg and Bill de Blasio at the official NYC Mayoral Chanukah Party three times

  • Performed four times in New York City's annual Salute To Israel Parade, and as the house band on New York's My9 television simulcast

  • Performed as the main event at the North American Jewish Choral Festival four times

  • Performed live on the 2007 and 2012 Chabad Chanukah Telethons

  • Performed at the first-ever kosher bar mitzvah at the prestigious New York Athletic Club in 2008

  • Performed at Brooklyn's Jewish Heritage Day commemoration

Selections to “Best-Of” compilations

  • “Uptown Passover” selected to appear on Voices Only Forte V, 2016

  • “V'zakeini / Vehi Sheamda” selected to appear on Sameach Music’s A Cappella Treasury, Volume 2: Yom Tov, 2014

  • “Kein Yikaneis” selected to appear on Sameach Music’s A Cappella Treasury, Volume 2: Yom Tov, 2014

  • “Good Shabbos” selected to appear on Voices Only Forte II, 2013

  • “Tefillin” selected to appear on Contemporary A Cappella Society of America’s Sing VII, 2010 and Best of Jewish A Cappella, Volume 2, 2010

  • “Im Eshkachech” selected to appear on Contemporary A Cappella Society of America’s Sing VI, 2009

  • “D'ror Yikra” selected to appear on Transcontinental Music’s Ruach 5769, 2009 and Alliance for A Cappella Initiatives' Sing IV, 2007

  • “Home” selected to appear on Transcontinental Music’s Ruach 5767, 2007

  • “Yigdal” selected to appear on Best of Jewish A Cappella, 2006

  • “L'cha Dodi” selected to appear on Moment Magazine’s childrens' music selections, 2006 and on Sameach Music’s A Cappella Treasury, Volume 1: Shabbos, 2005

Six13 songs and arrangements perfomed by ensembles all over the world

  • Ani V'ata of NYU, New York, NY (Lecha Dodi)

  • The Chai Notes, Hofstra University (Hinei Mah Tov)

  • The ChaiNamics, University of Delaware (Hinei Mah Tov)

  • ChaiTunes, Emory University (Lecha Dodi)

  • Harmonia, Boulder, CO (Lecha Dodi)

  • The Harmonizers, Abraham Joshua Heschel School, New York, NY (Al Hanissim)

  • Hooshir of Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN (Lecha Dodi, Al Hanissim, Hatikvah)

  • Jewop, Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison (Al Hanissim)

  • Kanfei Shira, Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel (Yigdal)

  • Krieger Schechter Lower School Choir, Baltimore, MD (Al Hanissim)

  • Kaskeset of Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY (Home, Lecha Dodi)

  • Kol Echad, The Milken School, Los Angeles, CA (Hatikvah, Al Hanissim)

  • Kol Hakavod, University of Michigan (Lecha Dodi)

  • KOLture Shock, Israel (Al Hanissim)

  • The Maccabeats, Yeshiva University (Al Hanissim, Ki Malachov, Mi Shema'amin, Yesh Tikvah)

  • Marak Hayom, Bethesa, MD (Lecha Dodi)

  • MTA Chorus, New York, NY (Al Hanissim)

  • Musica Ebraica, Ottawa, Canada (Racheim)

  • Ramaz High School Choir, New York, NY (Al Hanissim)

  • Shenaniganns, Gann Academy, Waltham, MA (Yigdal, Al Hanissim)

  • ShireiNU, Northwestern University (Ki L'olam Chasdo)

  • Shir Harmony, Atlanta, GA (Lecha Dodi)

  • Staam of Washington University in St. Louis (Lecha Dodi)

  • Techiya of MIT, Boston, MA (Home)

  • Trey Kaley, New City, NY (Al Hanissim)

  • The Y-Studs, Yeshiva University (Al Hanissim, Hashem Melech)

AWARDS

 

Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards
 

  • "Mi Shebeirach" nominated for Best Classical/Traditional Song and Best Religious Song, 2019 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Bohemian Chanukah" nominated for Best Holiday Song and Best Humor Song, 2019 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Kedushah" nominated for Best Classical/Traditional Song and Best Religious Song, 2018 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Seder Crew" awarded runner-up, Best Humor Song, 2018 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • Vol. 7: Brachot nominated for Best Religion Album, 2018 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Watch Me (Spin/Drey Drey)" awarded Best Humor Song, 2017 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "High Holiday Mashup" nominated for Best Folk/World Song, 2016 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Uptown Passover" nominated for Best Humor Song, 2016 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • Vol. 6: Thirteen awarded runner-up for Best Religious Album and nominated for Best Holiday Album, 2016 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "The Thanksgivukkah Anthem" awarded runner-up, Best Holiday Song, and nominated for Best Original Song by a Professional Group, 2015 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Shana Tova" awarded Best Humor Song, 2015 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • Vol. 5: Believe nominated for Best Religious Album, 2014 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Haneirot Halalu" nominated for Best Religious Song, 2014 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Pesach Shop" nominated for Best Humor Song, 2014 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Good Shabbos" awarded Best Religious Song and Best Humor Song, 2013 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • Vol. 4: Zmanim awarded Best Religious Album, 2012 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "I Light It" awarded Best Humor Song, 2012 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Hinei Mah Tov" nominated for Best Religious Song, 2012 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Tefillin" awarded Best Humor Song, 2011 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "Ne'ilah" awarded Best Humor Song, 2009 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • Vol. 3: Yesh Chadash nominated for Best Religious Album, 2009 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "D'ror Yikra" awarded Best Religious Song, 2008 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • Vol. 2: Encore awarded runner-up, Best Religious Album, 2008 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • "L'cha Dodi" awarded runner-up, Best Religious Song, 2006 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards

  • Six13 awarded runner-up, Best Religious Album, 2006 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards


Other Awards
 

  • Awarded Judges' Special Commendation, 2019 New York Harmony Sweepstakes

  • "Gam Ki Elech" awarded Best Original Song, 2019 New York Harmony Sweepstakes

  • Awarded runners-up, 2013 New York Harmony Sweepstakes

  • "Shema" awarded Best Original Song, 2013 New York Harmony Sweepstakes

  • Yesh Chadash selected as one of the Recorded A Cappella Review Board's Top Picks of 2009

  • "Al Hanissim" awarded Best Original Song, 2008 New York Harmony Sweepstakes

  • Encore selected as one of the Recorded A Cappella Review Board's Top Picks of 2007

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