A Tribute to Israeli Song

April 29, 2014

Join us for an unforgettable evening of original arrangements to Israeli songs, brought to you by a variety of Boston based young Israeli musicians. The show is cabaret-style (with deserts on the house). Featuring Tutti Druyan, Florie Namir, Ari Sussman, Jeremiah Klarman, with special appearances by American Idol’s Brett Loewenstern, and Gitit Shoval and her Pa’amonim Singing Group. Hosted by Matti Kovler Ensemble in celebration of its fifth anniversary and first year in residence with Northeastern Hillel. Entrance is free with suggested donation — to donate, click here.

Produced by JMT network in partnership with Israel360. Supported in part by a Venture Grant from CJP’s PresenTense Boston Fellowship. Event parking is available.

Event Location: The Fenway Center at Northeastern University
77 Saint Stephen Street, Boston, 02115

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Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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