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Long Running Classical Series with Jeffrey Siegel Returns

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts is thrilled to welcome back pianist Jeffrey Siegel to Scottsdale for Keyboard Conversations, a series of concerts-with-commentary, scheduled to begin December 2021 on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm in the Virginia G. Piper Theater. Tickets are on sale now. Attending the everlastingly fascinating Keyboard Conversations With Jeffrey Siegel is just…

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Rialto Theatre Presents a Virtual Concert

Arizona Gives Day is almost here, and the Rialto Theatre is excited to announce a virtual concert next Tuesday, April 6th at 2:30 pm with Cash Lansky, Golden Boots, and special guest Doug Martsch of Built to Spill! Stream the concert on the Rialto Facebook page or Youtube channel (watch here). Arizona Gives Day is an annual…

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Star-Studded “Night of 1,000 Jewish Stars” Clubhouse Passover Seder

Today, Buzzfeed’s Tasty announced their broadcast partnership on the first-ever Clubhouse Passover Seder this coming Sunday, March 28. The all-inclusive, diverse “Night of 1,000 Jewish Stars” program will usher in the most-celebrated Jewish holiday worldwide, taking a comedic, yet earnest, approach to the Passover Seder dinner highlighted by some of today’s most iconic Jewish actors, comedians, musicians, influencers, Holocaust survivors, philanthropists, and…

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Tucson J’s Call to Artists

The Tucson Jewish Community Center’s “Call to Artists” for its annual 2021-2022 Sculpture Garden exhibit is now open! In 2009, the Tucson J established a Sculpture Garden on its campus with a four-fold purpose in mind: to craft a public space that celebrates the appreciation of sculpture; to create an atmosphere of tranquility; to promote…

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Raising Our Spirits with Jewish Artists

The East Valley Jewish Community Center (EVJCC), Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley and Temple Emanuel of Tempe are partnering to present a live virtual piano recital featuring Dr. Elias-Axel Pettersson Sunday, April 25 at 2 pm. The three entities joined together to bring a cultural experience to those who are missing live concerts…

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Rosie’s House Reaches 25 Year Milestone

Rosie’s House, the leading organization in the nation for providing free music education programs for Phoenix’s disadvantaged youth, embarks on its 25th year of positively impacting students and strengthening the community. Beginning April 6, Rosie’s House is kicking off a “$25K for the 25th” campaign to support the Phoenix non-profit. Throughout the month, every dollar…

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Beautiful Noise – The Music of Neil Diamond

Copperstate Productions is proud to announce the return of the musical “Beautiful Noise – The Music of Neil Diamond” on the Kern Entertainment outdoor stage as a part of their continuing socially distanced theater productions which have included hit productions of “4 on the Floor,” “Broadway Jukebox,” “Holly Jolly Christmas” and the smash hit “Buddy,…

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Meet the (unofficial) Mayor of Jackson Heights

Cary Silverstein’s latest book, The Mayor of Jackson Heights: Growing Up Jewish in New York in the 1950s, is an homage to his hometown of Jackson Heights, NY, a diverse neighborhood in the shadow of LaGuardia Airport that was once called “Manhattan’s Bedroom.” In his book, Cary shares stories of his youth, family and why…

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