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D. Zisl Slepovitch  

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01/27/21 New York INTERNET United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $0. Age restrictions: All Ages. Online Concert: Zisl Slepovitch Ensemble & Sasha Lurje perform Songs from Testimonies, Volume Two Join the Yale Institute for Sacred Music, the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale, and the Fortunoff Video Archive for an online performance of songs from the Archive’s upcoming album Shray Hertsele Shray: Songs from Testimonies in the Fortunoff Video Archive, Volume Two. The second volume in this ongoing ethnomusicological project contains widely diverse compositions in multiple languages drawn from songs sung by survivors in their videotestimonies. Collectively, these songs provide a multidimensional image of the lives of Holocaust survivors and the multiple identities they carried as Jews by faith and roots, and as European citizens. Join us to hear this album performed live by the Zisl Slepovitch Ensemble & Sasha Lurje Made possible by the generous support of the Yale Institute for Sacred Music and Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale. Buy Tickets More information
02/07/21 New York INTERNET United States
Time: 5:30pm. Admission: $0. Age restrictions: All Ages. KLEZMER – Music of the People, concert-lecture by Dr. D. Zisl Slepovitch, for Or Olam — 55th Street Synagogue. In conversation with Cantor Shiree Kidron of the 55th Street Synagogue. Buy Tickets More information
04/28/21 New York INTERNET United States
Time: 1:00pm. Admission: $0. Age restrictions: All Ages. Cry, My Heart, Cry: Songs from Testimonies in the Fortunoff Video Archive, Vol. 2. Zisl Slepovitch Ensemble & Sasha Lurje Presented by YIVO Institute for Jewish Research In Partnership with Carnegie Hall’s Voices of Hope: Artists in Times of Oppression. Admission free, registration is required. Buy Tickets More information

Litvakus  

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02/25/21 New York INTERNET United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $0, $10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Join Museum of Jewish Heritage and the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene for an online Purim celebration. The evening will feature a lively reading of the Meglies Ester (Book of Esther) in Yiddish, as translated by the great poet Yehoash, followed by a festive musical performance by LITVAKUS band. The reading will include English subtitles so all can follow along. Wear a costume at home! The program will also include a presentation of historic artifacts from the Museum’s collection illustrating Purim and its role in 20th century European Jewish communities. Buy Tickets More information

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