The JCC is proud to present our 2018-19 music series.
Tal Katsir, Diva Power – March 10 at 11:00am
The power of the female voice — songs of the great divas. Tal Katsir, together with an all female ensemble of piano, cello and vocals, will perform songs by Joni Mitchell, Nina Simone, Chava Alberstein and more. Katsir, a singer, pianist and composer, performs worldwide with different ensembles and orchestras. The concert, timed to coincide with International Women’s Day, will also include breakout slam poetry and some fun surprises. Coffee and babka (cake) will be served.
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Emily Misch, Soprano – November 4, 2018 at 3:00pm
Emily Misch is a 2018 Metropolitan Opera National Council finalist. The eclectic program, at a private home, will include French and Italian arias, as well as Bernstein and Gershwin. Guest artists playing cello, guitar and piano will appear with Misch. Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the concert after Q&A.
Neil Rutman, Pianist – December 18, 2018 at 7:00pm
Acclaimed concert pianist Neil Rutman presents an evening of Debussy, Chopin, Gershwin and Queen (yes, the rock band) at the JCC. Rutman has distinguished himself as a top prize winner at international competitions, received numerous awards, and performed in major concert venues around the world. The Washington Post wrote that his playing “met the highest standards and his spotless articulation gave the whole program unusual polish and virtuoso marks,” and the New York Times stated that “he won the audience over for himself with exquisite performances–both commanding and full of character.”
These programs are made possible by the generous help, support and contributions of members of the JCC’s Cultural Arts committee. All Cultural Arts programs at the APJCC are made possible, in part, by generous contributions from Doris & Rick z”l Davis, and an anonymous donor. Thank you also to our sponsors, Genesis Philanthropy Group, the Jewish Education Project, and the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley.
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