Posted by on Nov 2, 2011 in News, Upcoming Events | 0 comments

My solo vocal presentation on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 will weave threads of social justice, workers’ rights, children’s visions of peace, and a yearning for a more sane, beautiful, and fair world into a splendid tapestry of Yiddish song.  And if you think that all the songs that need to be sung in Yiddish are a century old and require dusting off, I have some surprises for you!  Co-sponsored by Dickinson College, the Association for Jewish Studies, Legacy Heritage Jewish Studies Project, and the Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg, the concert will take place at the Harrisburg JCC at 7:30 pm.  As always, I will be sharing anecdotal and contextual backgrounds for the songs, and will be utilizing PowerPoint to project translations as I sing, so the concert will be totally accessible.  The program is free and open to the public. Come to listen. Come to sing along, perhaps.  Expect your perceptions to be changed!


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