CONCERT -- Temple Beth Shalom hosts Klezmer Band’s Jewish folk music concert
Temple Beth Shalom of the West Valley will host a musical concert with the Rural Street Klezmer Band performing traditional Jewish folk music of Eastern European Jewish communities.
The indoor performance is 2-3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 26, at 12202 N. 101st Ave. Temple Beth Shalom Cantor Baruch Koritan will make a guest appearance.
Audiences from across the Phoenix Metro area and beyond have experienced the joy of the Rural Street Klezmer Band’s unique brand of Jewish soul music, including the Musical Instrument Museum, family simchas, synagogues and community events. View videos of the band’s performance on its Facebook page: facebook.com/RSKBaz.
Pre-sale concert tickets are $20 each at http://bit.ly/3IufWpk or send a payment to Temple Beth Shalom of the West Valley, 12202 N. 101st Ave., Sun City, AZ., 85351. Tickets on concert day can be purchased at the door for $25 each.
For more information, contact Temple Beth Shalom at 623-977-3240 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perhaps most familiar as the music of the 19th and early 20th century Eastern European shtetl, klezmer music has its origins in the Middle Ages as an important element of the Jewish wedding. The term, “klezmer” — originally used to describe the itinerant musicians themselves — is a contraction of the Hebrew words, kley-zemer and can be translated as “vessel of song.”