Today is April 24, 2018 -
As we lead up to the celebration of Israel’s 70th year, Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York invites the community to attend two special concerts in December, featuring visiting teen musicians from our partnership region of Eshkol, Israel*.
The Green House Project, and its six band members, will play a medley of modern Hebrew, Hanukkah, and other favorite hit songs. The “Green House” is the after-school activity center of Eshkol; and home to a music group of 55 teens from 8th to 12th grades.
The first concert will take place on Monday, December 18 at 7 PM at Temple Sinai in Saratoga Springs.
The second concert will take place on Tuesday, December 19 at WMHT Recording Studios in Troy. Doors will open at 6 PM, and the concert begins at 6:30 PM, at which time doors will close. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. This concert will stream live on WMHT’s Facebook page and air on WMHT’s radio station at a later date.
Both concerts are free and open to the community.
For more information, please visit www.jewishfedny.org or call (518) 783-7800.
* The Eshkol Region, a 300-square-mile portion of Israel’s western Negev desert bordering Egypt and Gaza, shares a close connection with Federation. Since 2006, Federation has partnered with the Eshkol Region through Partnership2Gether (P2G), a program akin to a sister city relationship. Created by the Jewish Agency for Israel, P2G aims to connect a city in the Diaspora with a city or region in Israel.