ARTolerance presents From Andalusia to the Middle East, with a Touch of the Classics
Mon., March 18, 2019
Israeli mandolin sensation Shmuel Elbaz and his ensemble of Netivot and Sedot Negev will join members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, including cellist and ARTolerance Artistic Director Udi Bar-David, in a thrilling reunion for the Philadelphia premiere of medleys from Andalusia, the Middle East – and a touch of the Classics. Do not miss this creative partnership between ARTolerance and the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia.
Shmuel Elbaz – Mandolin
Moshe Barsheshet – Cantor and Payytan
Yoram Azulay – Tar
Yayoi Numazawa – Violin
Mei Ching Huang – Violin and Viola
Udi Bar-David – Cello
Nathaniel West – Bass
ARTolerance mission is to advance the role of the arts in dialogues, transcend communication boundaries and explore common ground, through performances, events, conferences and workshops.
Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia was founded as the Federation of Jewish Charities in 1901, uniting nine agencies into a single effort to help the Philadelphia Jewish community. Since its creation, it has grown steadily, expanding its range of services to help Jews in Greater Philadelphia, in Israel and throughout the world.
For more than a century, the Jewish Federation has been proud to Carry the Light for Philadelphia by embracing three key roles: convening the community, encouraging and stewarding the generosity of our donors, and making grants to meet critical needs. By mobilizing our combined resources, making everyone feel included, and strengthening our values and traditions, we ensure that all of us can enjoy meaningful Jewish journeys.
Tickets are non-refundable. General admission seating. Ticket prices do not include the $2.00 per ticket Service Fee. These fees will be calculated at check out. Tickets available with cash, check or credit card at the Colonial Theatre Box Office or online.