Friday January 9 and Sunday January 11 (with brunch included!)
LABA, A Laboratory of Jewish Culture,
presents award-winning opera and contemporary music,
featuring LABA fellowship alumni Alicia
Svigals, Klezmer Violinist, Yoav Gal, and Nadav Lev.
From world music to indie opera, their diverse voices are united by the common
thread of Jewish culture – a mesmerizing tapestry of some of the
best original music made in downtown NYC.
Where: 14th Street Y, 344 E 14th St, New York, New York 10003
When: Friday 1/9 at 8 pm, Sunday 1/11 at 11:30, including brunch!
Tickets: $15, free with APAP badge.
Get Tickets here:
Alicia Svigals: Violinist/vocalist/composer, world?s foremost
klezmer fiddler, a founder of the Grammy-winning Klezmatics will
perform her Seduction in Eynaim: A Maternal Song Cycle: settings of
poetry on the double-edged helix of inheritance across generations
of women. With celebrated accordionist William Schimmel.
Yoav Gal, pioneering ‘indie opera’ creator, will present his
Shekhinah song cycle, which constructs the history of the feminine
personification of the Jewish people, and her relationship with a
Nadav Lev, multifaceted, innovative guitarist and winner of Andres
Segovia Award, appears in his duo with Remy David Yulzari, combining
classical, Spanish and Jewish-Sephardic music traditions; and in New
Strings Attached, music with classical and electric guitar, with
world-renowned mezzo Rinat Shaham.