The Workmen’s Circle Chanukah Freylakh
The L.A. Food Bank
7:30 PM, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6
ARBETER RING (WORKMEN’S CIRCLE)
1525 S. Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035
Tickets: $10-$20 sliding scale donation.
No one turned away for lack of funds
For three years, singer Heather Klein has worked together with communities, local artists and musicians to present “Hungry for Yiddish; A Mitzvah Project.” Several klezmer bands, Yiddish singers, classical, and world musicians pitch in to present a series of concerts to raise money and awareness for the homeless and hungry population. Proceeds from this event will be donated to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, which provides hunger relief in the Los Angeles County.
Co-presented by The Sholem Community,
and the Workman’s Circle
Yiddish song with Heather Klein’s Inextinguishable Trio
Heather brings a captivating deep artistry
and operatic technique to Yiddish song.
Piano accompaniment—Neal Brostoff
Clarinet - Gustavo Bulgach
Intermission with refreshments
Klezmer dance party with The Shpil and Yiddish dance maven Bruce Bierman.
Bruce will lead joyous dances to The Shpil, one of the hottest Klezmer bands in L.A.
Claire Bergen (violin), Erin Armstrong (clarinet),
Isaac Schankler (accordion), John Graves (bass), and T. J. Troy (percussion).
Stacey Wexler—-Art show
Sholem Educational Institute | 818.760.6625 | PO Box 4508 | Culver City | CA | 90231
Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 7:30pm
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1525 SO. ROBERTSON BLVD
LOS ANGELES, CA 90035
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