Rabbi Glazerson is an internationally known lecturer and teacher. He has taught in Yeshiva Ohr Samayach in Jerusalem and at Nevei Yerushalayim, a girls seminary in Jerusalem. He was the Rosh Yeshiva at Yeshiva Torat Emet in Johannesburg South Africa. He also has been involved for many years in bringing many Jewish youngsters back to their Jewish roots.
Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson
Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson (born December 1, 1937) is an Israeli writer in the field of Torah literature and composer of melodies for Sabbath songs. Glazerson was born in Kfar Sava.
He has authored over 25 books in Hebrew, most of
which have been translated into Russian, French, and English.
For fifteen years, Rabbi Glazerson wrote a weekly column for Yom Hashishi in which he related words associated with current events to other Hebrew words having the same gematria. It is by way of gematria that Rabbi Glazerson teaches Torah. After Rabbi Glazerson and Professor Haralick began to work together on Torah codes, Rabbi Glazerson began teaching Torah through Torah codes as well as gematria.
Rabbi Glazerson is also a musician and composer. He composed the tune to Shalom Aleichem that has become, even in his day, so popular a tune that people already regard it as a folk tune.