Nigun Ensemble to Perform

Will perform at Center Makor on June 14Read More

The Girls Are Dreamin’ in Beverly

By Shelley A. Sackett

[An] exuberant production of “Dreamgirls”, winner of six Tony and two Grammy AwardsRead More

New Home for Symphony by the Sea

The first concert at the Cabot will be on Saturday, June 20, at 8 p.m.Read More

Symphony by the Sea Bids Adieu to Abbot Hall

We will celebrate our 35th year as we launch our 2015-2016 Season on Sunday afternoons at the Cabot, an acoustical gem.Read More

A Snapshot of Boston Israeli Musical Talent at April 29 Tribute

By Laura Conrad Mandel

New Center NOW will present Boston’s Israeli musicians at “A Tribute to Israel Song” on April 29 at the Arsenal Center for the Arts.Read More

Rescheduled Premiere of ‘Defiant Requiem: Verdi at Terezin’

The concert commemorates Jewish prisoners during World War II.Read More

“Floating Tower” Celebrates World Heritage of Jewish Music

By Matt Robinson

On Tuesday, April 14, the Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies at Boston University will host a production incorporating folk songs in Hebrew and Persian by composer-in-residence Dr. Matti Kovler.Read More

Moshav: You Can Go Home Again

By Shelley A. Sackett

Duvid Swirsky and Yehuda Solomon met as kids growing up on a moshav commune in Israel. Their CD “Shabbat Vol. 1” was released in November.Read More

Music Without Borders Promotes Peace in Harmony

By Sophie Katzman

The multicultural music of Diwan Saz captured a crowd of 30 North Shore teens and families at Cohen Hillel Academy. Jewish, Christian and Muslim musicians promote peace and bridge cultures.Read More

Rock And Scroll: Two Music Icons Discuss Spirituality

E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg and Israeli singer/songwriter David Broza will appear in Newton.Read More

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