March 06, 2012
2 Choruses in BostonSunday, March 11, 2012 at 3:00 PM Two of Boston's finest choruses presenting 400 years of the most beautiful music from the Christian and Jewish traditions.
The Zamir Chorale of Boston
The Trinity Choirs
together in concert
in historic Trinity Church, Copley Square, one of the America's architectural Jewels
with cantors Scott Sokol and Elias Rosemberg
To Order Tix: http://www.trinityinspires.org/concerts-events/music-for-all/zamir-concert/ The Zamir Chorale of Boston and the Trinity Choirs join together at Trinity in an unusual one-time concert featuring works of Lewandowski, Rossi, Lampl, Joshua Jacobson (Director of Zamir), Avni, Bernstein, Milhaud, Mendelssohn and Sulzer.
Tickets are available in three sections:
Blue section: $25 (best views)
Green section: $15
Yellow section: $5 (obstructed views)
Posted by jmwc at 11:12 AM
Sy Kushner Jewish Music Ensemble at The Sixth Street SynagogueThe Sixth Street Synagogue East Village Klezmer Series
Wed. March 21, 2012
The Sy Kushner Jewish Music Ensemble
Sy Kushner, Accordion
Aaron Kushner, Alto Sax
Jeremy Brown, Violin
Marty Confurius, Bass
with Special Guest, Ken Maltz, Clarinet
Sixth Street Synagogue
325 East Sixth Street
New York, N.Y.
For more info on the Klezmer Series, click HERE
For more info on Sy Kushner, click HERE
Posted by jmwc at 11:06 AM
The Leo Kraft 90th Birthday Concert at the Center for Jewish HistoryOn Sunday, March 11th at 3 PM the Society will present The Leo Kraft 90th Birthday Concert at the Center for Jewish History. This performance will feature some of New York's finest chamber music players, including flutist Patricia Spencer, clarinetists Charles Neidich and Ayako Oshima, violinist Renne Jolles, violist Mark Halloway, and cellist Marcy Rosen, as well pianist Morey Ritt, who will premiere Testimonium, a new work Kraft has written for her.
Among other works on the program are New Songs from Old, a fantasy for solo clarinet based on traditional Jewish motifs and Seven Hebrew Songs to poems by medieval Hebrew poets, sung by the American baritone Thomas Meglioranza, with David Jolley, horn and Konstantza Chernov, piano. Hailed by The Boston Globe for his “vocal distinction and expressive warmth,” Meglioranza is one of this country’s most sought-after and unique young singers. The program will conclude with Omaggio, in memory of Primo Levi.
This concert is also scheduled to be video taped for archiving on the American Society for Jewish Music website. If you are in the New York Metropolitan area you will also find ticket information there.
The program is co-sponsored by the American Jewish Historical Society and Centro Primo Levi
Posted by jmwc at 10:06 AM