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This program is a historical survey of Jewish choral music beginning with the polyphony of Salamone Rossi in the 16th century, through Baroque delights of the 17th century, a setting by Franz Schubert, and a Lecha Dodi, by Darius Milhaud, who was a teacher to Burt Bacharach and Dave Brubeck. The choir will con- tinue with music of the 20th century by Leonard Bernstein, the famous Avinu Malkeinu by Max Janowski, and move into current creations of the 21st century by Deborah Sacks Mintz, Gerald Cohen, and the Miami Boys' Choir's Yerachmiel Begun. The conductors will present brief remarks to introduce

each piece.


Sunday, March 17, 2024 @ 2 PM 


Admission: $15 for Members and $20 for Non-Members

The Mercaz Jewish Choir presents Jewish Music Through the Centuries

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