Breslov Musician Is Back
After a packed house the past two years, Breslov musician Yosef Karduner is returning to Crown Heights for a Third performance.
Yosef Karduner, world famous musician and performer, will be coming to Crown Heights this motzei Shabbat (Saturday, October 19th).
The event will begin at 8:30 PM and will take place at the Jewish Children’s Museum. Entrance fee will be thirteen dollars for students, with an eighteen dollar suggested donation.
The past two years, Karduner played for a packed house. It received largely positive reviews and due to the demand, a new show was arranged to occur this year, at the Jewish Children’s Museum.
The event is being organized by Menachem Reich and Moshe Hecht. Attending musicians will include Yudi Simon, Moshe Hecht, Noah Lubin, Yellow Red Sky, Menachem Silverstein, The Shop, and many more. Refreshments will include sushi from Mendy’s, pastries from Gombo’s bakery, and wine from Wine by the Case.
Featured in the venue will also be art from the Creative Soul, an arts organization headed by Yitzchok Moully.
Karduner, known for his stirring melodies and legendary musical skills, is on a tour of the United States. His most famous song is Shir Lamaalot, a song he composed after his daily hitbodedut. The song has been covered by the likes of Lipa and Yishai Lapidot.
The event is sponsored by: Benchmark Merchant Services, The Algemeiner, Basil, Brooklyn Brokerage, 99 Eyeglasses,and TriBeCa Wood Flooring.
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