Meira Warshauer�s “Yishakeyni” To Be Performed Across the U.S. by

Meira Warshauer�s �Yishakeyni� To Be Performed Across the U.S. by
Jerusalem Lyric Trio
Tour Performances in North Carolina, Illinois and California

Meira Warshauer�s “Yishakeyni� (Sweeter than Wine) for soprano, flute
and piano will be performed across the U.S. by the Jerusalem Lyric Trio
during the month of November. The piece, a setting of the first four
verses of “Song of Songs,” the great love song of the Bible, will be
performed by the Trio as part of their tour concerts on the following
dates and at the following locations:

November 11 – 7:30 PM – Durham, North Carolina – Judea Reform
Congregation, 1933 West Cornwallis Rd. For more information, contact the
Congregation at 919-489-7062. This concert is co-sponsored by the Duke
University concert series.

November 14 – 3:00 PM – Sacramento, CA – Mosaic Law Congregation, 2300
Sierra Boulevard. For more information, contact the Congregation at
(916) 488-1122 or visit them at

November 21 – 8:00pm – Highland Park (Chicago, IL) – North Suburban
Synagogue Beth El, 1175 Sheridan Rd. For more information, contact the
Synagogue at 847-432-9242 or visit them at

“Yishakeyni” was commissioned by Columbia College and premiered by the
Jerusalem Lyric Trio in Columbia, South Carolina, September, 2003.

The Jerusalem Lyric Trio is a unique Israeli ensemble that highlights
the religious and cultural heritage of the Jewish people in its
performances. Since 1995, they have performed throughout Western and
Eastern Europe, the United States, South America, Russia and Israel.
Visit them online at

Meira Warshauer�s compositions have been performed and recorded to
critical acclaim throughout the United States and in Israel, Europe, and
Asia. A graduate of Harvard, New England Conservatory of Music, and the
University of South Carolina, Dr. Warshauer studied composition with
Mario Davidovsky, Jacob Druckman, William Thomas McKinley, and Gordon
Goodwin. She has received numerous awards from ASCAP as well as the
America Music Center, Meet the Composer, and the South Carolina Arts
Commission. In 2000, she received the first Art and Cultural Achievement
Award from the Jewish Historical Society of S. Carolina.

Ms. Warshauer is an Associate Music Faculty member at Columbia College,
Columbia, South Carolina . Her CDs include the soundtrack to the
documentary �Land of Promise: The Jews of South Carolina� and “Spirals
of Light”, chamber music and poetry (by Ani Tuzman) on themes of
enlightenment, on the Kol Meira label and “Revelation” for orchestra,
included on the MMC CD �Robert Black Conducts�. Her music is published
by Oxford University Press, MMB Music and Transcontinental. Her latest
Bracha Newsletter is online at You can
find much more about her at –

For more information about Meira Warshauer, please contact Jeffrey James
Arts Consulting at 516-797-9166 or