The Jewish Music Commission of Los Angeles and Valley Beth Shalom present
Renowned classical composer Daniel Asia in
Breath in a Ram’s Horn: The Jewish Spirit in Classical Music, an audience-interactive presentation that delves into the mysteries of Judaism and classical music, their interrelationships, and includes a deep listening of his award winning music.
A unique opportunity to hear Composer Daniel Asia talk about the relationship between Classical Music and Judaism, together with a liberal playing of his music, particularly that which has been inspired by Jewish texts.
Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 7:30pm
|Event Price:||$10 advance reservations; $15 at the door For reservations and information, call Valley Beth Shalom (818) 788-6000. Reservations close on Friday, April 19th at Noon.|
|Organization:||Jewish Music Commission of Los Angeles|
|Other Organizations/ Sponsors:||Valley Beth Shalom|
|Venue:||Valley Beth Shalom|
15739 Ventura Boulevard
Encino, CA 91436
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