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Jewish Music Festival: Mayn Yiddishe Velt

Posted by challahbackgirl on March 11, 2008

Jewish Music FestivalHeather KleinSF resident, Beth Am babe, and CBDYAGer Heather Klein will be performing rare and favorite Yiddish songs as part of the 23th annual Jewish Music Festival. We first let you know about her on Oy-Bay last December, as well as her website.

Now you have 3 opportunties to see her perform in this festival.

Weds. March 12, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. Free!
San Francisco Public Library in the Koret Auditorium

Thu, March 13, 2008 at 2:00 PM at Berkeley JCC Order tickets online now for Mayn Yiddishe Velt
For more information: http://www.jewishmusicfestival.org/performers/heather-klein

Friday, March 14, 2008 at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom in San Leandro
For more information: http://www.tbssanleandro.org/ FREE!

The soprano voice of this emerging Bay Area artist soars on the wings of classic Yiddish art song and repertoire from operetta, cabaret and theater in Yiddish and English.

Heather Klein has charmed audiences throughout the United States, Canada and Europe with her beguiling stage presence and versatile soprano voice. Ms. Klein comes to the Jewish Music Festival hot off the release of her first album, Mayn Yiddishe Velt, a compilation of theater music from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. In performance and on record, Heather celebrates the music brought to the New York’s Lower East Side by immigrants as well as the innovative work written in the United States at that time for theater and concert halls including art songs, folk, and opera.

Heather will also appear at Temple Beth Sholom in San Leandro on March 14th at 8:00 pm and the San Francisco Public Library on March 12th at 6:00 pm.

Mayn Yiddishe Velt Website

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One Response to “Jewish Music Festival: Mayn Yiddishe Velt”

  1. […] event, or in San Francisco where she lives–but have you seen her live in concert? (During the Jewish Music Festival Perhaps?) Here’s two chances to see this Bay Area babe we all love doing what she loves: […]

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