Eitan Katz in Concert

At Maimonides School on Sunday, March 15Read More

On Second Avenue, the Schnorrer Is King

By Charles Munitz

The musical celebrating Yiddish theater at the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown runs through March 8.Read More

Building Musical Bridges

By Matt Robinson

Rising musical star Ehud Ettun, an Israeli graduate of New England Conservatory, will be featured at the Boston Jewish Music Festival.Read More

Boston Baroque Confronts Anti-Semitism of a Musical Masterpiece

By Tana Goldberg

There will be a panel discussion on the controversy prior to the February 27 performance of Bach’s “St. John Passion.”Read More

Boston Jewish Music Festival Celebrates Cross-Cultural Connections

Highlighting the many cross-cultural influences and connections in countries where Jews have lived across the world, the Sixth Annual Boston Jewish Music Festival, running February 27-March 15, features music and artists in multi-ethnic concerts underscoring harmony and understanding through music.Read More

He Wrote the Song

By Shelley A. Sackett

Eminem won a 2015 Grammy for Best Rap Album of the Year. “Legacy,” a song co-written by Marblehead native David Brook, is track 6.Read More

Idina Menzel To Perform

By Stephanie Butnick|

Every child and teenager across America, and their parents, know exactly who Menzel is.Read More

BSO 101 at the JCC

The Boston Symphony Orchestra is bringing its popular adult education series, BSO 101, to the Jewish Community Center of the North Shore.Read More

Classical Music Through a Contemporary Lens

By Tana Goldberg

Project LENS — Live Exchange of Notes and Sounds — find connections between classical music and today’s world.Read More

Shall We Dance?

Symphony by the Sea will perform orchestral music influenced by some of the world’s most beloved folk melodies.Read More

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