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Upcoming Programs

All events held at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC (333 Nahanton Street, Newton) unless otherwise noted.

Orin Etkin’s Timbalooloo

Boston Jewish Musical Festival Family Concert

  • Date

    Sunday, March 8, 2015 (11am)

  • Location

    Leventhal-Sidman JCC

    333 Nahanton Street, Newton

  • Age Groups

    0-5|Youth

  • Cost

    $12/ticket; JCC member cost: $10/ticket; $15 at the door

Description

Recommended for ages 2-10
From the music of Africa to klezmer and jazz, internationally acclaimed jazz and world music artist Oran Etkin’s performances weave global melodies and rhythms into a gumbo of goodness. Enjoy tunes from Wake Up Clarinet! and other surprising treats in this interactive musical world party.

For more information, contact magicark@jccgb.org or 617-558-6486.

A program of the Ryna Greenbaum JCC Center for the Arts and PJ Library®


Curious George

  • Date

    Sunday, March 22, 2015 (11am and 1pm)

  • Location

    Leventhal-Sidman JCC

    333 Nahanton Street, Newton

  • Age Groups

    0-5|Youth

  • Cost

    $13; JCC member cost: $11

Description

Recommended for ages 3-8  with adult
A delightful new musical from Theatreworks USA based on the adventures of the inquisitive,
lovable little monkey Curious George, star of books, movies and the award winning PBS television show .

Tickets for Magic Ark performances are available online below or by phone at 617-965-5226 or 866-811-4111. 

Get on board as we set sail for another exciting season of family entertainment. View the complete Magic Ark lineup at bostonjcc.org/magicark.

JCC MAGIC ARK PERFORMING ARTS SERIES FOR FAMILIES
A program of the Ryna Greenbaum JCC Center for the Arts and PJ Library® 


Spotlight

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 - 7:30 PM

Two superstars of the music world – E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg and Israeli singer/songwriter David Broza – will discuss the role of spirituality in their careers. Leading this fascinating discussion will be former Boston Globe music critic Steve Morse

Leventhal-Sidman JCC