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Eleven Hours Away: A Musical Love Letter from Ron Tal, Singer, Actor & Musician

April 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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April 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

$5

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Date:
April 12
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
$5
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Organizer

[email protected]
Phone:
201-666-6610
Email:
events@jccnnj.org
Website:
www.jccnnj.org

Venue

Temple Beth Sholom
40-25 Fair Lawn Ave
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 United States
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Phone:
(201) 797-9321
Website:
http://www.tbsfl.org/

Eleven Hours Away: A Musical Love Letter from Ron Tal, Singer, Actor & Musician

*Registration for this event is now closed* Walk-ins welcome to the performance; lunch availability is not guaranteed.*

Join the JCC NNJ Active Adults and Fair Lawn Jewish Center/CBI Senior Initiative for a very special performance by Ron Tal, singer, actor & musician (Fiddler on the Roof, The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene).

Date: Tuesday, April 12

Time: Performance at 11 AM; Lunch at noon

Location: Temple Beth Sholom, 40-25 Fair Lawn Avenue, Fair Lawn, NJ

Registration: Advanced registration required by Friday, April 7. Online registration now open. For support, email [email protected] or call 201-666-6610 ext 1.

Cost: $5 suggested donations accepted at the door; includes lunch.

Lunch menu: “Unstuffed” Cabbage and Brown Rice in a sweet & tangy sauce. Also included: starter, side veg, fruit, bread, beverage and take-home milk.

About the Performance

No matter where we go, we take our roots with us and they shape how we grow. You can always hear the languages, smell the cooking, and feel the energy of places that mean a lot to you. And music always takes you right back there. Ron’s show, “Eleven Hours Away”, references the time it takes to fly from the East Coast of the US to Tel Aviv, where he was born. It is meant as a love letter to anyone who is away from a place they call home.

About the Artist

Ron (or Yaron) was born in Israel, and moved to the States at the age of two. Even still, he learned and became fluent in Hebrew at home, and kept his heritage throughout. With frequent trips back while growing up, he gravitated towards the Israeli music his parents introduced him to. As an adult, he has explored further the different genres that make music in Israel so magical. This includes songs not only in Hebrew, but also Yiddish, Arabic, Ladino. These songs all make him feel most at home.

More Info

For more information, email [email protected] or call 201-666-6610 ext 1.

Support

Support for this program is provided by Jewish Federation of Northern NJ and Bergen County Division of Senior Services.