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A Besere Velt Spring Concert Boston – online concert
May 15 @ 19:00 - 20:30 EDT
- Circle Supporter: $108 – $1,080
- Full-price ticket-holder: $36 – $108
- Young adult / low-income: $18 – $36
Your financial support will help Boston Workers Circle continue to provide vibrant and accessible community and social justice programming. Due to the pandemic, this is the second-year in a row that we have been unable to host an in-person concert. Please consider donating generously for your ticket to this virtual concert if you are financially-able. Enjoy the music of our wonderful Yiddish chorus and friends while supporting Boston Workers Circle!
If you are unable to make a contribution now but would like to attend, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to match you with a sponsor for your ticket.
Polina Shepherd is an internationally renowned performer, bringing traditional Yiddish songs up to date with passion and a haunting soul deeply rooted in east European Jewish folk sound.
Lorin Sklamberg is lead singer of the Grammy-winning Klezmatics, a leading exponent of Yiddish song and traditional Jewish vocal techniques with a crystalline, expressive sound.
Daniel Kahn is a Detroit-born, Germany-based troubadour and translator who combines Yiddish, English, German, and Russian in a radical mixture of Klezmer, lyrical folk ballads, dark cabaret, and political punk.
Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell is a classically-trained vocalist, composer, and arranger specializing in Yiddish song, ranging from classic art song to eclectic cafe repertoire.
Judy Bressler is a third-generation performer from the family of Yiddish theater luminaries Menashe Skulnick and Lucy Gehrman. She has been a leading voice in the revival and continuation of Yiddish music and a founding member of the Klezmer Conservatory Band.
A Besere Velt – A Better World – is proud to be a “voice” for justice. This 80-member community chorus of the Boston Workers Circle Center, conducted by Derek David, weaves the heartache and irrepressible idealism of Yiddish folk music into a vision of justice and humanity for the 21st century.
MORE INFORMATION HERE: https://www.circleboston.org/abetterworld
Programme: Singing For A Better World Programme