L’Chaim! To Life!
The Jewish Music Series at Sonoma State is a presentation of the Department of Music and the Jewish Studies Program. Now in its fifth year, the series is widely acclaimed for its breadth, depth, and musical excellence as it poses the eternal question of “What makes music Jewish?”
The concerts—a component of the “Survey of Jewish Music” class—run about 90 minutes in length, are free and open to the public, $5 parking fee applies.
For more information contact the Department of Music at 707-664-2324 or Jewish Studies Program Director Brian S. Wilson.
September 5 - Nov. 21 | 6:30 PM | Schroeder Hall
Admission is free. No Tickets are needed. Seating is available on a first-come, first serve basis. Parking charges are $5.
Thursday, October 3, 2019
The evening begins with a Shofar Demonstration in observance of The Days of Awe and the Jewish New Year.
Veretski Pass has been a leading ensemble of the Klezmer Revival for almost two decades, with a repertoire ranging from the deeply traditional to the avant-garde. This concert will highlight their improvisatory skills with a potpourri of Ottoman and Carpathian suites utilizing pieces from their field and archival work. Veretski Pass' concert programs continue to surprise and delight audiences across the globe, with collages of styles that integrate Jewish melodies from Poland and Rumania with Hutzul wedding music from Ruthenia...View Event Details