Saturday, October 15, 2022


The first time I heard Leah Rose Fisher sing the Lord's Prayer in Aramaic, it was absolutely stunning as well as inspiring. Aramaic is the authentic language of the Bible, which Jesus actually spoke. The movie "Passion of the Christ" is 100% in Aramaic.

Even more impressive, speaking of things Biblical, Leah is of Assyrian descent. If the word Assyrian sounds familiar, it should. The prophet Jonah was sent to Nineveh, as recorded in the Old Testament, to preach repentance and forgiveness. Modern day Mosul in Iraq, was once Assyria. That area in what has been called Iraq for a century became Christians, and remained Christian for almost 2000 years. This was, however, before the diaspora brought on an Exodus that went all over the world. I have spoke to Americans of Assyrian descent from came to America from Iran, Iraq and other places.

Leah was born in Louisiana and now based in the tri-state New York area. According to her website, she is a New York City based singer, voice teacher, and performing artist. She attended New York University where she graduated with a Masters in Vocal Performance in Classical Voice and an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy. She was honored to receive the 2013 NYU Vocal Pedagogy Award in recognition of outstanding achievement in vocal pedagogy. She currently studies in the studio of Dr. Brian Gill. Leah received a B.A. in Music and a B.A. in French at Centenary College of Louisiana where she studied in the voice studio of Dr. Gale Odom. Leah has also appeared in the popular CHOSEN series, which will be entering its Third Season very soon.

Listen to her rendition of the amazing Lord's Prayer in Aramaic here:

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