Let My People Sing Returns for 4th Year

Jewish entertainer Craig Taubman and his
production company Craig N Co, will be producing the fourth annual ‘Let My
People Sing Festival – A four part Celebration of Spirit and Song’ from
April 5-12, coinciding with the Jewish festival of Passover.

“For four years, Let My People Sing has brought together an inspired group
of artists from around the world to celebrate the human spirit – now more
than ever, we need something to sing about” said Taubman. “I am
particularly pleased that this year’s events will raise awareness and money
for the Jewish Family Service Food and Hunger programs”.

The Festival kicks-off on Sunday afternoon April 5th with ‘Let My People
Eat’, an Interfaith Pre-Passover gathering of Song, Spirit and Food for
Thought at La Loggia Ristorante in Studio City. The afternoon includes
Tapas, Sangria, music and inspiration with Rabbis Ed Feinstein and Rabbi
David Wolpe, Reverend Mark Whitlock, singers Gabriel Mann, Debbie
Friedman, Craig Taubman and Elisa Waltzman and comedian Larry Miller.
Space is extremely limited and reservations can be made by calling Jewish
Family Services at 323-761-8800.

The festival continues with ‘Friday Night Live’ on April 10th at Sinai
Temple. The evening will honor Tel Aviv’s 100th anniversary and feature a
special concert by internationally acclaimed Israeli artist Rami Kleinstein.

‘Let My People Pray’ will take place at Beit T’Shuvah on Shabbat Morning
April 11th. Rabbi Mark Borovitz says, “We invite everyone to come for the
song and inspiration and to stay for the Gefilte Fish”. The Beit T’Shuvah
recovery program is nationally recognized for its success in turning
hundreds of souls around. To save a spot, call Barbara at 310-204-5200.

The festival concludes on Sunday, April 12th with Nature Rabbi Mike Comins
leading the 20s & 30s community on a spiritual journey through a canyon
above Beverly Hills. Cost of the hike is $18 and 100% will be donated to
Jewish Family Service Food and Hunger Programs. Space is extremely limited
and reservations are required by calling 310-481-3244