Wednesday, July 1, 2015 Tammuz 14, 5775
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At only 36, Kirill Gerstain has become one of the most sought-after classical pianists in the world, hopscotching from Germany to Manhattan, and this weekend, to Philadelphia to perform at the orchestra's annual festival highlighting Russian composers.
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A Philly native who’s spent three decades playing viola for the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra recently took time off her busy performance schedule to help inaugurate an Israel studies program at a Beijing university.
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The increased availability and profile of Chanukah songs illustrate just how powerful music has become in establishing Jewish identity in the United States.
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Hillel Kutler, JTA
A new exhibit at the National Museum of American Jewish History highlighting the music of Chanukah and Christmas explores questions of identity and assimilation.
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Josh Page brings his tenor trio to town to celebrate his uncle's 25 years at the helm of Old York Road Temple-Beth Am in Elkins Park.
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