Music, Arts & Culture

Yiddish Sing

Boston Workmen's Circle, 1762 Beacon St., Brookline

An informal gathering to sing Yiddish folk songs. Songbooks are provided. All are welcome, regardless of singing ability or knowledge of Yiddish.

Generally on the fourth (4th) Thursday of every month.

A Besere Velt, Yiddish Community Chorus - Open Rehearsals for New Members

1550 Beacon Street, Brookline (Hebrew Senior Life)

A Besere Velt, Yiddish Community Chorus - A “Voice” for Justice

MEMBERSHIP OPEN ONLY ONCE A YEAR
OPEN REHEARSALS FOR NEW MEMBERS

October 29 and November 5th,
3:30–5:30pm at 1550 Beacon Street, Brookline (Hebrew Senior Life)

Open rehearsals offer an opportunity for you to participate in a working rehearsal before deciding to
make a commitment for the year.

For more information call chorus director Lisa Gallatin at 617-566-6164.

You may also download a flyer for the open rehearsals below.
 

The Cloth from Which We Are Cut - Commemorating the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

featuring A Besere Velt, Yiddish Community Chorus of Boston Workmen’s Circle
A benefit for the Bread & Roses Festival
At Temple Emmanuel, Andover, MA

The Cloth from Which We Are Cut - Commemorating the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

featuring A Besere Velt, Yiddish Community Chorus of Boston Workmen’s Circle
Simmons College
Linda K. Paresky Conference Center
300 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02215

Boris Sandler Presents his New Film

Workmen's Circle, 1762 Beacon St, Brookline

Boris Sandler, editor of the Yiddish Forward, prolific Yiddish writer and filmmaker, will show his new documentary film featuring  Yosl Birshtein, a writer of Yiddish stories set in Jerusalem. The film has English subtitles. Boris will introduce the film.  Q & A in Yiddish, English, Russian. Suggested donation: $5. Non-Yiddish speakers welcome!

Klezmer Jam

The Permanent Floating Klezmer Jam is in residence at the Boston Workmen's Circle!

Join Jonathan Cannon and Nat Seelen of Ezekiel's Wheels Klezmer Band<

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