Coming to America
Introducing Koleinu,*and its inaugural event, “Coming to America,” a musical journey exploring Jewish immigration to America.
With Noah Aronson, Marsha Attie, Josh Breitzer, Gideon Herscher, Arik Luck, Rollin Simmons, Lizzie Weiss and featuring Roz Barak. Musical direction by Jonathan Comisar.
Tuesday, January 31, 7:00 pm| Martin Meyer Sanctuary
General Admission $22
Premium Seating and Project Support $72 ($50 tax deductible)
Sunday, January 29, 5:30 pm| Dinner at a private home with participating artists and musical surprises
$125 per person. $80 tax deductible contribution. Details forthcoming. Participation is limited.
Please note that the January 29 and January 31 events are priced separately with separate tickets for each.
What kinds of music express our individual and collective experience in coming to America? An exciting group of beautiful Jewish voices from around the country and Israel join together to “dig in” to the music of our immigration. Representing diverse repertoire including original compositions, folk, Broadway, Yiddish theatre, and other genres, we will to celebrate our journey together.
A bonus private dinner with our guest artists will take place on Sunday evening, January 29. This limited-capacity event will give you the opportunity to share in an evening of music and memory with our performers.
With Koleinu,* each year we will draw inspiration from a different Jewish theme and explore the music that surrounds and inspires it. As this year, performers from throughout the country will join with our musical staff to give their unique voices to this exciting and innovative continuing project.
Street parking only. This concert series is made possible by a generous grant from the Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation, Inc. We are grateful for the in-kind support of Roger M. Low for this project.