From our first performance as a pre-teen quartet in 2012, it’s fair to say we’ve come a long way! Whilst our line-up has changed over the years in number and in personnel, we have all been brought together by a common passion for singing and a strong desire to make the world a better place. Our journey would not have been possible without each member of our family, so let us introduce you to them!
George Rosenfeld
Age 20
Studies Russian and Arabic at Trinity College Cambridge
Our group has developed so much over the past six years, but singing with these boys has been a consistent highlight of my week. A cappella is the ultimate team game and it creates a really special bond between us. There's no better feeling than singing as a group and hearing it all come together around you.
Asher Levy

Studies Accounting and Finance at the University of Leeds
I never struggled to get out of bed on a Monday morning, because I knew that at the end of the school day I would be creating music with my close friends. Singing a cappella is so rewarding – when all the harmonies come together it brings a smile to my face. But for me, the most rewarding thing is that the group is using a combined passion for singing to make a real difference to the lives of many. I want to spread the message that anyone can take something they love and use it to make the world a better place. I am seriously proud of the amount of money we have raised for charity since 2012 – the efforts of every member of ‘The Family’ is astonishing. Long may it continue!
Noam Bernstein
Age 19
Studies Economics and Geography at the University of Leeds
The really special thing we have in Kol Tov is that we all know each other outside of the group. This means we have very strong, personal relationships with one another, and this allows me to connect even more with our music. I'm singing with great friends every time, so I'm constantly enjoying myself. Personally, I think it adds a level to our music.
Gideon Caplan
Age 19
Studies Sociology, Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Leeds
Kol Tov has been a really enjoyable part of my life over the past few years. You can recognise my voice as the one which does most of the top notes! My confidence has improved hugely since starting and I've grown to love every performance. We’ve grown so much as individuals and as a group since I first joined and I'm very excited to see what we will accomplish together.
Rafi Levy
Age 17
Studies Maths, Further Maths, Computer Science and Physics for A-Levels at JFS
I first sung with the group at my Bar Mitzvah, but when my voice broke I began beatboxing. I've really enjoyed watching and being a part of the group’s evolution from The 4 Sons into Kol Tov and I'm really excited to see where the future takes us. I love performing together and always get lost in the music when we start singing!
Shimon Hurst
Age 11
Year 7 at JFS
I really enjoy singing with Kol Tov! It's amazing to be able to do something I love, singing, and raise money for great charities at the same time. I especially enjoy singing with the other members and feel very lucky to be part of the group.
Dov Forman
Age 14
Preparing for GCSE’s and Grade 7 musical theatre at Immanuel College
I started singing with The 4 Sons at my brother’s Bar Mitzvah from the age of 11 up until 14. I really enjoyed singing with The 4 Sons and loved the experience of being able to raise a lot of money for charity doing something I love. I wish the group lots of success in the future.
Jake Mendel
Age 19
Studies Natural Sciences at St Catherine's College, Cambridge
Singing with Kol Tov (then The 4 Sons) on Purim was an amazing experience - the music was lovely, the generosity of people who donated amazing, and the group dynamic was hilarious. I hope to join the boys again in the future!
Gabriel Bor
Age 16
Studies Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry for A-Levels at City of London School
Singing for The 4 Sons was an amazing experience that I am lucky to have had. From the riveting excitement of the performances to successful spieling on Purim – I enjoyed every moment. Moreover, the charitable contribution is astounding and I am honoured to be a part of this. I look forward to seeing what happens next!
Jake Caplan
Age 15
Year 11 doing GCSE’s at JFS
I've really enjoyed participating in Purim spieling with The 4 Sons and the fact that the money goes towards something greater than myself makes it even more special.
Yonah Citron
Age 20
Studies Russian and Arabic at Homerton College, Cambridge
I joined the group to fill in for one performance, which was actually when the group hit the £50,000 milestone! On Friday afternoon, I got a message that my brother was engaged and that I had to be back at home for dinner that evening. Not wanting to let the boys down, we picked a plain shirt and wrote down all the directions for my 2-hour walk across London. I arrived in the early hours of the morning, ready to perform the next day. Now that's commitment!