Contemporary Jewish Music Stars Chava Mirel, Elana Arian and Deborah Sacks Mintz—In Concert!

Enjoy a rare concert experience with three exceptional artists. Chava Mirel—a Seattle based, award-winning Jewish music composer and recording artist--is also a celebrated performer of jazz and world music.  Elana Arian, is a leader in contemporary Jewish music, multi-instrumentalist, and recording artist who has performed nationally including at the Obama White House.  Deborah Sacks Mintz--a Rising Song consultant and sought-after teacher of communal music, composes new Jewish music and performs nationally with a wide range of musicians. Advance tickets: $36, $45 at the door. For event details and tickets visit: www.summitjcc.org/events-and-tickets. To listen to Chava: Click here! To listen to Deborah Click here!   To listen to Elana Click here! Click here for concert flyer.

Contact Information
  1. Lauren Levine
  2. 908-273-8130
  3. Lauren@summitjcc.org
Sat, January 25
7:30 pm — 10:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/25/2020 7:30pm 01/25/2020 10:30pm America/New_York Contemporary Jewish Music Stars Chava Mirel, Elana Arian and Deborah Sacks Mintz—In Concert!

Enjoy a rare concert experience with three exceptional artists. Chava Mirel—a Seattle based, award-winning Jewish music composer and recording artist--is also a celebrated performer of jazz and world music. Elana Arian, is a leader in contemporary Jewish music, multi-instrumentalist, and recording artist who has performed nationally including at the Obama White House. Deborah Sacks ...

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