about Robert and Randelle Landman
Randy and Bob first visited Sarasota in 2012, in their motor home, and stayed down the street from Chabad. In the one week that they were here they became instant friends with Rabbi and Sara Steinmetz and their family and many Chabad members.
They decided then that they would return to Sarasota for at least one month the following year. After spending the month here, they knew that this community was special, and they purchased a home and settled in Sarasota in the fall of 2013.
Since that time, they have been active in Chabad and the Sarasota Jewish Community. Bob serves on Chabad’s board of directors and is on the Life and Legacy committee. He participates in the daily minyan, attends Talmud Class and JLI programs.
Bob also serves as Treasurer of Hershorin Schiff Community Day School and has been a member of the Jewish Federation’s board. Randy is a Rebbetzin Circle sponsor for Chabad's Women's group and a member of the Pomegranate Society of Jewish Federation. Both are members of AIPAC’s Washington and Congressional Clubs.
Randy and Bob have three children (six including spouses) and twelve grandchildren. They are proud that all their children are Jewishly committed and that their grandchildren attend Jewish Day and religious Schools.
The couple met while attending graduate school in Albany, NY and recently celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary.
Randy is a retired School Psychologist and Bob is a retired tax CPA. Prior to moving to Sarasota, they resided in Philadelphia, PA, Rochester, NY and Highland Park, NJ.
They enjoy traveling, camping and attending theater and music venues. They are looking forward to their trip to Israel this summer with their children and grandchildren.
about The Entertainment
The KlezMania On The Gulf began performing as a group in 2005 when Elisa Miro assembled a group of friends who had been playing various styles of music includingKlezmer, jazz, bluegrass and classical.
Her vision was to create a klezmer-based group to play traditional Klezmer, Jewish and American Jazz Standards
The combination of clarinet and violin produce the traditional Klezmer sound in addition to their solo work.