(“Der yidisher filharmonisher folkskhor”)
SUNDAY, JUNE 6th, 2004, 2:00 PM
HEBREW UNION COLLEGE
1 West 4th St. (btw. Broadway & Mercer St.), New York, NY
BINYUMEN SCHAECHTER, CONDUCTOR
also featuring the acclaimed youth ensemble
THE PRIPETSHIK SINGERS
81st Annual Spring Concert:
“350 Years of Jewish Life in North America”
A Centennial Tribute to Itche Goldberg
with I. L. Peretz’ “OYB NIT NOKH HEKHER”
(libretto by Goldberg, music by Maurice Rauch)
The JPPC sings almost exclusively in Yiddish; English translations
Admission: $12 for Adults; $7 Seniors, students and children
PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED FOR ALL ADULTS, AGE 18 and over
HOW TO GET THERE:
BY BUS: M5, M6 buses downtown to West 4th Street/Broadway stop.
BY SUBWAY: #6 to Astor Pl. Walk 1 block W. to Broadway, then 3 blocks S. to
W. 4th St. Make a right.
N or R train to 8th St. Walk 3 blocks S. on Broadway to W. 4th St. Make a
A, B, C, D, E, F or V train to W. 4th Street. Walk E. along W. 4th St.
seven short blocks.
For more information: Jo Abrams (646) 602-2007; JPPC@nyc.rr.com
The JPPC is supported by the Harry and Celia Zuckerman Foundation, the
Forward Association, the Leonard and Evelyn Lauder Foundation and by the
generous support of audience members