Wiesel is taking Holocaust kitsch to a new level!
ELIE WIESEL IN CONCERT:
Memories & Melodies of My Childhood
SAT, DEC 18, 8 PM
Don't miss the chance to spend an evening with one of the world's most revered and respected humanitarians, Elie Wiesel, as he shares meaningful songs from his youth that are sure to evoke memories and deepen appreciation for the Jewish experience.
Accompanied by an orchestra and choir, led by acclaimed conductor Matthew Lazar, Elie Wiesel, renowned scholar, teacher and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, performs a moving revue of Jewish melodies from the shtetl to today in both Yiddish and Hebrew.
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Order online and save 50% on service fees at www.92Y.org/Wiesel or call 212.415.5500
92ND STREET Y | 1395 Lexington Avenue | New York, NY 10128 | 212.415.5500
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