Guava Rugelach Lounge: Kaddish in Concert
Guava Rugelach Lounge: Kaddish in Concert: A Musical Lecture
Sunday, April 1 at 2pm
At the Jewish Museum of Florida and presented in conjunction with the exhibition Max Miller: Final Mourner's Kaddish: 333 Days in Paintings
The Mourner's Kaddish has inspired many concert works that bring this private expression of sorrow and devotion to the public stage. Aron Zelkowicz, principal cellist of the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) and director of the Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival, discusses how different composers interpret this familiar prayer. He is joined by violinist Daniel Andai, concertmaster of the Miami Symphony Orchestra, and pianist Ciro Fodere in live performances and recorded examples of music by Salamone Rossi, Leonard Bernstein, Maurice Ravel, Leo Zeitlin, and others.
This event is a co-production of Next@19th, Jewish Museum of Florida, and The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO). It is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Max Miller: Final Mourner's Kaddish: 333 Days in Paintings on display at the Jewish Museum of Florida through May 13, 2012.
This exhibition by Max Miller originated at the Yeshiva University Museum in New York City and is sponsored by New York Foundation for the Arts.
Tickets are $18, $15 seniors, students and artists and $12 for Jewish Museum members
Jewish Museum of Florida (View)
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Miami Beach, FL 33139
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