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Effervescence in Music Presented by The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami

SATURDAY, JULY 27, 8:00 PM

Cor Jesu Chapel, Barry University, 11300 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695

FREE

https://www.jgcmfestival.com/concerts

Music of Haydn, Mozart, Ravel, Tchaikovsky Gingold Festival Virtuosi

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami announces the inaugural season of world-class concerts and intensive educational initiatives celebrating the legacy of violinist Josef Gingold—the primary exponent of the “Golden Age” of violin—on the Miami Shores campus of Barry University, July 7-28, 2019. Josef Gingold’s principal exponent, Cuban-born violinist Andrés Cárdenes, leads the festival as Music Director.

Fifty-five students from around the world descend on Miami for intensive study with 18 faculty members from top conservatories (such as Juilliard, Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Colburn School, and St. Petersburg Conservatory, among others) and orchestras (such as New York Philharmonic, Dallas and Pittsburgh Symphonies, among others).

Public concerts occur during the 2019 festival featuring violinists Andrés Cárdenes and Gary Levinson, pianists Alexandre Moutouzkine and Alon Goldstein, cellists Andrés Diaz and Anne Martindale Williams, violists Paul Coletti and Michael Klotz, and other prestigious artists. This is a unique opportunity in Miami to hear some of the world’s foremost classical musicians in an intimate setting this summer. Further, the three-week educational program offers master classes, career management symposia, and lectures on musical and industry topics. The festival focuses on both solo and chamber repertoire for strings and piano.

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami upholds the belief in mentoring the next generation of performers in the culturally diverse and vibrant city of Miami. It aims to spread knowledge, interest, and appreciation in classical music across Miami-Dade County. The festival is co-founded by two veteran arts administrators, Dr. Giselle Elgarresta Rios and Robert H. Smith, Jr., both of Miami, FL.

Varied concert programming—open to the public—features string quartets, string trios, piano quintets, solo piano as well as works for strings with piano.

All Roads Lead to Vienna Presented by The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami

FRIDAY, JULY 26, 7:30 PM

Cor Jesu Chapel, Barry University, 11300 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695

FREE

https://www.jgcmfestival.com/concerts

Music of Schumann, Mozart, Mendelssohn
Michael Klotz, viola Gary Levinson, violin
Alexandre Moutouzkine, piano Irina Muresanu, violin David Russell, violin Bion Tsang, cello

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami announces the inaugural season of world-class concerts and intensive educational initiatives celebrating the legacy of violinist Josef Gingold—the primary exponent of the “Golden Age” of violin—on the Miami Shores campus of Barry University, July 7-28, 2019. Josef Gingold’s principal exponent, Cuban-born violinist Andrés Cárdenes, leads the festival as Music Director.

Fifty-five students from around the world descend on Miami for intensive study with 18 faculty members from top conservatories (such as Juilliard, Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Colburn School, and St. Petersburg Conservatory, among others) and orchestras (such as New York Philharmonic, Dallas and Pittsburgh Symphonies, among others).

Public concerts occur during the 2019 festival featuring violinists Andrés Cárdenes and Gary Levinson, pianists Alexandre Moutouzkine and Alon Goldstein, cellists Andrés Diaz and Anne Martindale Williams, violists Paul Coletti and Michael Klotz, and other prestigious artists. This is a unique opportunity in Miami to hear some of the world’s foremost classical musicians in an intimate setting this summer. Further, the three-week educational program offers master classes, career management symposia, and lectures on musical and industry topics. The festival focuses on both solo and chamber repertoire for strings and piano.

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami upholds the belief in mentoring the next generation of performers in the culturally diverse and vibrant city of Miami. It aims to spread knowledge, interest, and appreciation in classical music across Miami-Dade County. The festival is co-founded by two veteran arts administrators, Dr. Giselle Elgarresta Rios and Robert H. Smith, Jr., both of Miami, FL.

Varied concert programming—open to the public—features string quartets, string trios, piano quintets, solo piano as well as works for strings with piano.

A View of Italy Presented by The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 7:30 PM

Cor Jesu Chapel, Barry University, 11300 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695

https://www.jgcmfestival.com/concerts

FREE

Music of Beethoven, Liszt, Dallapiccola Alexandre Moutouzkine, piano

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami announces the inaugural season of world-class concerts and intensive educational initiatives celebrating the legacy of violinist Josef Gingold—the primary exponent of the “Golden Age” of violin—on the Miami Shores campus of Barry University, July 7-28, 2019. Josef Gingold’s principal exponent, Cuban-born violinist Andrés Cárdenes, leads the festival as Music Director.

Fifty-five students from around the world descend on Miami for intensive study with 18 faculty members from top conservatories (such as Juilliard, Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Colburn School, and St. Petersburg Conservatory, among others) and orchestras (such as New York Philharmonic, Dallas and Pittsburgh Symphonies, among others).

Public concerts occur during the 2019 festival featuring violinists Andrés Cárdenes and Gary Levinson, pianists Alexandre Moutouzkine and Alon Goldstein, cellists Andrés Diaz and Anne Martindale Williams, violists Paul Coletti and Michael Klotz, and other prestigious artists. This is a unique opportunity in Miami to hear some of the world’s foremost classical musicians in an intimate setting this summer. Further, the three-week educational program offers master classes, career management symposia, and lectures on musical and industry topics. The festival focuses on both solo and chamber repertoire for strings and piano.

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami upholds the belief in mentoring the next generation of performers in the culturally diverse and vibrant city of Miami. It aims to spread knowledge, interest, and appreciation in classical music across Miami-Dade County. The festival is co-founded by two veteran arts administrators, Dr. Giselle Elgarresta Rios and Robert H. Smith, Jr., both of Miami, FL.

Varied concert programming—open to the public—features string quartets, string trios, piano quintets, solo piano as well as works for strings with piano.

Romantic Gems of the Repertoire Presented by The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami

SATURDAY, JULY 20, 7:30 PM

La Merced Chapel, Colonial Florida Cultural Heritage Center, 3220 NW 7th Ave., Miami, Florida 33127

FREE

https://www.jgcmfestival.com/concerts

Music of Brahms, Dvořák, Mozart, Popper Gingold Festival Virtuosi This concert is in partnership with Martha/Mary Yamaha Concerts and located at La Merced Chapel, Colonial Florida Cultural Heritage Center, 3220 NW 7th Ave., Miami.

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami announces the inaugural season of world-class concerts and intensive educational initiatives celebrating the legacy of violinist Josef Gingold—the primary exponent of the “Golden Age” of violin—on the Miami Shores campus of Barry University, July 7-28, 2019. Josef Gingold’s principal exponent, Cuban-born violinist Andrés Cárdenes, leads the festival as Music Director.

Fifty-five students from around the world descend on Miami for intensive study with 18 faculty members from top conservatories (such as Juilliard, Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Colburn School, and St. Petersburg Conservatory, among others) and orchestras (such as New York Philharmonic, Dallas and Pittsburgh Symphonies, among others).

Public concerts occur during the 2019 festival featuring violinists Andrés Cárdenes and Gary Levinson, pianists Alexandre Moutouzkine and Alon Goldstein, cellists Andrés Diaz and Anne Martindale Williams, violists Paul Coletti and Michael Klotz, and other prestigious artists. This is a unique opportunity in Miami to hear some of the world’s foremost classical musicians in an intimate setting this summer. Further, the three-week educational program offers master classes, career management symposia, and lectures on musical and industry topics. The festival focuses on both solo and chamber repertoire for strings and piano.

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami upholds the belief in mentoring the next generation of performers in the culturally diverse and vibrant city of Miami. It aims to spread knowledge, interest, and appreciation in classical music across Miami-Dade County. The festival is co-founded by two veteran arts administrators, Dr. Giselle Elgarresta Rios and Robert H. Smith, Jr., both of Miami, FL.

Varied concert programming—open to the public—features string quartets, string trios, piano quintets, solo piano as well as works for strings with piano.

A Musicale in Budapest Presented by The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami

FRIDAY, JULY 19, 7:30 PM

Cor Jesu Chapel, Barry University, 11300 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695

FREE

https://www.jgcmfestival.com/concerts

Music of Kodály, Schubert, Brahms
Yuriy Bekker, violin Andrés Cárdenes, violin Katharina Kang, viola Gary Levinson, violin Alexandre Moutouzkine, piano Anne Martindale Williams, cello Jerry Wong, piano

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami announces the inaugural season of world-class concerts and intensive educational initiatives celebrating the legacy of violinist Josef Gingold—the primary exponent of the “Golden Age” of violin—on the Miami Shores campus of Barry University, July 7-28, 2019. Josef Gingold’s principal exponent, Cuban-born violinist Andrés Cárdenes, leads the festival as Music Director.

Fifty-five students from around the world descend on Miami for intensive study with 18 faculty members from top conservatories (such as Juilliard, Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Colburn School, and St. Petersburg Conservatory, among others) and orchestras (such as New York Philharmonic, Dallas and Pittsburgh Symphonies, among others).

Public concerts occur during the 2019 festival featuring violinists Andrés Cárdenes and Gary Levinson, pianists Alexandre Moutouzkine and Alon Goldstein, cellists Andrés Diaz and Anne Martindale Williams, violists Paul Coletti and Michael Klotz, and other prestigious artists. This is a unique opportunity in Miami to hear some of the world’s foremost classical musicians in an intimate setting this summer. Further, the three-week educational program offers master classes, career management symposia, and lectures on musical and industry topics. The festival focuses on both solo and chamber repertoire for strings and piano.

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami upholds the belief in mentoring the next generation of performers in the culturally diverse and vibrant city of Miami. It aims to spread knowledge, interest, and appreciation in classical music across Miami-Dade County. The festival is co-founded by two veteran arts administrators, Dr. Giselle Elgarresta Rios and Robert H. Smith, Jr., both of Miami, FL.

Varied concert programming—open to the public—features string quartets, string trios, piano quintets, solo piano as well as works for strings with piano.

Early and Late Bloomers Presented by The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami

SATURDAY, JULY 13, 7:30 PM

Cor Jesu Chapel, Barry University, 11300 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695

FREE

https://www.jgcmfestival.com/concerts

Music of Beethoven, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Mozart Gingold Festival Virtuosi

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami announces the inaugural season of world-class concerts and intensive educational initiatives celebrating the legacy of violinist Josef Gingold—the primary exponent of the “Golden Age” of violin—on the Miami Shores campus of Barry University, July 7-28, 2019. Josef Gingold’s principal exponent, Cuban-born violinist Andrés Cárdenes, leads the festival as Music Director.

Fifty-five students from around the world descend on Miami for intensive study with 18 faculty members from top conservatories (such as Juilliard, Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Colburn School, and St. Petersburg Conservatory, among others) and orchestras (such as New York Philharmonic, Dallas and Pittsburgh Symphonies, among others).

Public concerts occur during the 2019 festival featuring violinists Andrés Cárdenes and Gary Levinson, pianists Alexandre Moutouzkine and Alon Goldstein, cellists Andrés Diaz and Anne Martindale Williams, violists Paul Coletti and Michael Klotz, and other prestigious artists. This is a unique opportunity in Miami to hear some of the world’s foremost classical musicians in an intimate setting this summer. Further, the three-week educational program offers master classes, career management symposia, and lectures on musical and industry topics. The festival focuses on both solo and chamber repertoire for strings and piano.

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami upholds the belief in mentoring the next generation of performers in the culturally diverse and vibrant city of Miami. It aims to spread knowledge, interest, and appreciation in classical music across Miami-Dade County. The festival is co-founded by two veteran arts administrators, Dr. Giselle Elgarresta Rios and Robert H. Smith, Jr., both of Miami, FL.

Varied concert programming—open to the public—features string quartets, string trios, piano quintets, solo piano as well as works for strings with piano.

Slavic Journeys Presented by The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami

FRIDAY, JULY 12, 7:30 PM

Cor Jesu Chapel, Barry University, 11300 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695

FREE

https://www.jgcmfestival.com/concerts

Music of Dohnányi, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky Andrés Cárdenes, violin Wendy Chen, piano Paul Coletti, viola Andrés Diaz, cello Alon Goldstein, piano Gary Levinson, violin

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami announces the inaugural season of world-class concerts and intensive educational initiatives celebrating the legacy of violinist Josef Gingold—the primary exponent of the “Golden Age” of violin—on the Miami Shores campus of Barry University, July 7-28, 2019. Josef Gingold’s principal exponent, Cuban-born violinist Andrés Cárdenes, leads the festival as Music Director.

Fifty-five students from around the world descend on Miami for intensive study with 18 faculty members from top conservatories (such as Juilliard, Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Colburn School, and St. Petersburg Conservatory, among others) and orchestras (such as New York Philharmonic, Dallas and Pittsburgh Symphonies, among others).

Public concerts occur during the 2019 festival featuring violinists Andrés Cárdenes and Gary Levinson, pianists Alexandre Moutouzkine and Alon Goldstein, cellists Andrés Diaz and Anne Martindale Williams, violists Paul Coletti and Michael Klotz, and other prestigious artists. This is a unique opportunity in Miami to hear some of the world’s foremost classical musicians in an intimate setting this summer. Further, the three-week educational program offers master classes, career management symposia, and lectures on musical and industry topics. The festival focuses on both solo and chamber repertoire for strings and piano.

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami upholds the belief in mentoring the next generation of performers in the culturally diverse and vibrant city of Miami. It aims to spread knowledge, interest, and appreciation in classical music across Miami-Dade County. The festival is co-founded by two veteran arts administrators, Dr. Giselle Elgarresta Rios and Robert H. Smith, Jr., both of Miami, FL.

Varied concert programming—open to the public—features string quartets, string trios, piano quintets, solo piano as well as works for strings with piano.

Andrés Cárdenes and Friends Presented by The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami

TUESDAY, JULY 9, 7:30 PM (OPENING CONCERT)

Cor Jesu Chapel, Barry University, 11300 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695

https://www.jgcmfestival.com/concerts

FREE EVENT

Music of Dvořák, Rachmaninov, Brahms Yuriy Bekker, violin Andrés Cárdenes, violin Wendy Chen, piano Paul Coletti, viola Andrés Diaz, cello Gary Levinson, violin

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami announces the inaugural season of world-class concerts and intensive educational initiatives celebrating the legacy of violinist Josef Gingold—the primary exponent of the “Golden Age” of violin—on the Miami Shores campus of Barry University, July 7-28, 2019. Josef Gingold’s principal exponent, Cuban-born violinist Andrés Cárdenes, leads the festival as Music Director.

Fifty-five students from around the world descend on Miami for intensive study with 18 faculty members from top conservatories (such as Juilliard, Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Colburn School, and St. Petersburg Conservatory, among others) and orchestras (such as New York Philharmonic, Dallas and Pittsburgh Symphonies, among others).

Public concerts occur during the 2019 festival featuring violinists Andrés Cárdenes and Gary Levinson, pianists Alexandre Moutouzkine and Alon Goldstein, cellists Andrés Diaz and Anne Martindale Williams, violists Paul Coletti and Michael Klotz, and other prestigious artists. This is a unique opportunity in Miami to hear some of the world’s foremost classical musicians in an intimate setting this summer. Further, the three-week educational program offers master classes, career management symposia, and lectures on musical and industry topics. The festival focuses on both solo and chamber repertoire for strings and piano.

The Josef Gingold Chamber Music Festival of Miami upholds the belief in mentoring the next generation of performers in the culturally diverse and vibrant city of Miami. It aims to spread knowledge, interest, and appreciation in classical music across Miami-Dade County. The festival is co-founded by two veteran arts administrators, Dr. Giselle Elgarresta Rios and Robert H. Smith, Jr., both of Miami, FL.

Varied concert programming—open to the public—features string quartets, string trios, piano quintets, solo piano as well as works for strings with piano.

Watch JBS on Atlantic Broadband Ch168, Hotwire Ch269, Fios DirecTV Ch388, Roku under "educational" and streamed on jbstv.org from June 30 – July 6

For a complete and timely schedule, go to www.jbstv.org

July 4: Honoring U.S. Soldiers The sacrifice of American soldiers and the contribution of Jews in the Armed Forces is commemorated by the Council of Young Jewish Presidents in a moving service held in New York's Park Ave Synagogue Thursday – 10am & 5:30pm (7am & 2:30pm PT)

Talmud: Pray For State For the July 4th Holiday, JBS plays Rabbi Mordechai Becher, Senior Lecturer at Gateways and author Gateway To Judaism, discussing how the Talmud calls upon Jews to pray for the secular government wherever the Jewish People live in the Diaspora. Tuesday - 9am &4:30pm (6am & 1:30pm PT),Thursday – 7pm (4pm PT) Friday - 4am (1am PT)

L’Chayim Roundtable: Jews & America A discussion of the extraordinary history of the Jewish experience in America, as well as the challenges it poses for Jewish continuity, with Jeffrey Gurock (Yeshiva U.), Deborah Dash Moore (U. of Michigan), Steven Bayme (AJC) and Thane Rosenbaum (NYU). Tuesday - 9pm & Midnight (6pm & 9pm PT), Wednesday - 3pm (12 Noon PT)

Museum Of American Jewish History Tour the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, PA, which explores the span of Jewish contributions to American life from the 1600s to the present day. Thursday 9am & 4:30pm (6am & 1:30pm PT)

Film: Blue & Gray The story of the 10,000 Jewish soldiers who fought in America's deadliest war, the Civil War -- brother against brother, Jew against Jew, in numbers proportionally higher than other American group, 7,000 for the Union and 3,000 for the Confederacy. Thursday 10:30am (7:35am PT), Saturday – 1pm (10am PT)

Washington's Letter To The Jews A discussion of President George Washington 1970 letter to the Jews of Rhode Island, affirming the principle of religious tolerance, with Dr. Jonathan Sarna (Brandeis U), Rabbi Meir Soloveichik (Congregation Shearith Israel) and Dr. Louise Mirrer (AHJS). At Congregation Shearith Israel in NYC. Thursday 1pm & 1am (10am & 10pm PT)

U.S. Presidents & Israel Professor Jerome Chanes of CUNY discusses how the American Presidential administrations of the 20th Century each interacted with the state of Israel. Thursday – 2pm & (11am), Friday - 5am (2am PT)

Touro Synagogue Learn about the oldest synagogue in the United States and the only synagogue from America’s Colonial Period from docent Lew Keen and Rabbi Marc Mandel of the synagogue’s Congregation Jeshuat Israel. With Mark S. Golub, Thursday 7:30pm & 2:30am (4:30pm & 11:30pm)

L’Chayim: Jews & America-Jeff Gurock Dr. Jeffrey Gurock, professor of American Jewish History at Yeshiva University, describes aspects of the Jewish experience in America. Thursday – 9pm & Midnight (6pm & 9pm PT), Friday – 3pm (12noon PT), Saturday – 6pm (3pm PT)

Richard Rubin: Jewish in America Richard Rubin, Swarthmore professor and author of “Jewish In America,” discusses what makes the American Jewish community so special for this country and the world. From JCC Mid-Westchester in Scarsdale, NY, a program of Park International Publishing. Thursday 10pm & 4am (7pm & 1am PT)

Israel Population Planning-Pt 1 A panel on “Human Geography Of Israel: 1947-1952” with Gur Alroey (U of Haifa), Gil Rubin (Harvard), Avi Picard (Bar-Ilan U). A program of The Taub Center for Israel Studies from NYU’s Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life. Monday 7:30pm & 1am (4:30pm & 10pm PT)

The Mossad & Mizrachi Spies Matti Friedman (NY Times) and Mijal Bitton (Hartman Institute) discuss the secret role of Mizrachi spies. A program of The Jewish Week in partnership with UJA-Federation of New York, Natan, and Park Avenue Synagogue. From Park Avenue Synagogue in NYC. Tuesday – 8pm & 1:30am (5pm &10:30pm), Friday – 2pm (11am PT), Saturday – 7pm (4pm PT)

L’Chayim: The Hebrew Hillbilly – Shelley Fisher Singer/songwriter/actress Shelley Fisher (known as "The Hebrew Hillbilly") discusses growing up Jewish in the heart of the Mississippi Delta (Memphis, TN), her love of Jewishness, and how her Jewish heritage has influenced her career. Wednesday - 9pm & Midnight (6pm & 9pm PT), Thursday - 3pm (12 Noon PT), (Next Sunday Noon and 6pm)

Today (Sunday): Sen. Joe Lieberman Former U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman reflects on his Jewish background, his political heroes and his lifelong career in American politics. Sunday – Noon & 6pm (9am & 3pm PT), Monday– 3pm (12 Noon PT)

Monday: American Zionism Herbert Block, Executive Director of The American Zionist Movement (AZM), discusses the various expressions of pro-Israel activism in the United States and reflects on why some American Jews do not appreciate the nobility of Zionism.
Monday – 9pm & Midnight (6pm and 9pm PT), Tuesday – 3pm (12noon PT)

92nd Street Y: Morality-Friedman/Seidman Dov Seidman, businessman and author of “How: Why How we do Anything Means Everything,” shares his moral philosophies with New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman in a conversation entitled "How to Repair the World" at the 92nd Street Y in NYC. Tonight (Sunday) – 8:30pm & 2am (5:30pm & 11pm PT), Monday - 10pm & 4am (7pm & 1am PT), Wednesday - 10:30am (7:30am PT) Friday – 1am (10pm PT), Saturday - 1am & 3pm (Fri 10pm & Sat Noon PT)

Jake Ehrenreich Show In the first season finale, Jake Ehrenreich welcomes comedian Sarge; star of stage, screen and television; and First Lady of the Catskills Resorts, Elaine Grossinger, who is inducted into the Catskills Hall of Fame. An original JBS series. Saturday (July 6) - 8pm & 12 midnight (5pm & 9pm PT)

Film: Righteous Rebel, Avi Weiss Filmmaker Phil Schneider provides a compelling, insightful, and comprehensive look into Rabbi Avi Weiss' extraordinary life, and how, as a result of his crusading activism and "speaking truth to power," he has inspired others to "show up, stand up, and speak up" in times of crisis. Today (Sunday - 9pm and Midnight (6pm & 9pm PT), Friday – 9pm & 4am (6pm &1am PT)

Talmud: Don’t Argue (Korach) As the Jewish world reads sedra Korach, JBS plays Gateways’ Rabbi Mordechai Becher (author of Gateways To Judaism) exploring the way in which the Jewish Tradition views the rebellion of Korach against Moses’ authority in the Book of Numbers (Ch. 16). Tuesday – 9:30 am & 5:30pm (6:30am & 2pm PT), Thursday – 7:30pm (4:30pm PT), Friday – 4:30am (1:30am PT)

Watch JBS on Atlantic Broadband Ch168, Hotwire Ch269, Fios Ch798, DirecTV Ch388, Roku under "educational" and streamed on jbstv.org from June 23-29

For the complete JBS schedule, go to www.jbstv.org and click on Schedule

L’Chayim: Sen. Joe Lieberman In a rare personal interview, former U.S. Senator and Vice Presidential candidate Joe Lieberman reflects on his Jewish background, his political heroes and his lifelong career in American politics. Wednesday - 9pm & Midnight (6pm & 9pm PT) Thursday - 3pm (12 Noon PT) (Next Sunday Noon and 6pm)

92nd Street Y: Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten, whose book "Barefoot Contessa: How Easy Is That?" features simple recipes and easy tips, talks with writer Anna Quindlen about her successful ventures in retail, television, and publishing. From the 92nd Street Y in NYC. Tonight (Sunday) - 8pm & 2am (5pm & 11pm PT) Monday - 10pm & 4am (7pm & 1am PT) Wednesday - 10:30am (7:30am PT) Saturday - 1am & 3pm (Fri 10pm & Sat Noon PT)

Jewish Cinematheque-Boaz Yacov Filmmaker Boaz Yehonatan Yacov discusses becoming religious late in life and marrying a non-religious filmmaker; and his directorial debut "Redemption" – the story of a religious rock star who returns to music to raise money for his sick child. With Jewish film scholar Eric Goldman. Monday - 7:30pm & 1am (4:30pm & 1am PT) Wednesday – 10:30pm & 2:30am (7:30pm & 11:30 PT) Saturday – 10pm (7pm PT)

AJC Global: Pompeo/Cruz/Sanders Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in conversation with David Harris (CEO, AJC), Rep. Rob Portman, Rep Hakeem Jeffries, Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Bernie Sanders are all featured at the 2019 AJC Global Forum from the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C. Tuesday – 7pm (4pm PT) Wednesday – 1:30am (Tuesday 10:30pm PT) Thursday – 1pm (10am PT) Saturday – 7pm & 1am (4pm & 10pm PT)

AJC Global‘19: U.S. Leadership? Neera Tanden (Center for American Progress) debates Michael Anton (Dep. Assistant to Pres. Trump debate U.S. Global leadership in decline; plus, Rep. Lee Zeldin, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Rep. Brendaw Lawrence from 2019 AJC Global Forum. Wednesday - 7:40pm & 1am (4:40pm PT & 10pm PT)

Today (Sunday) on L'Chayim : Oslo Syndrome - Ken Levin Historian and psychiatrist Kenneth Levin suggests why some American Jews are anti- Israel as a means of feeling more comfortable and accepted in a non-Jewish society, similar to the pattern described in his book The Oslo Syndrome. Sunday – Noon & 6pm (9am & 3pm PT) Monday– 3pm (12 Noon PT)

Monday on L'Chayim: Brad Hirschfield-CLAL (Part 2) Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, President of CLAL (National Jewish Center for Learning & Leadership), discusses why he left the extreme right, peace with the Palestinians, religious pluralism in Israel and gay marriage. Monday – 9pm & Midnight (6pm and 9pm PT) Tuesday – 3pm (12noon PT)

Tuesday on L'Chayim : Harriet Schleifer The incoming National President of the American Jewish Committee, Harriet Schleifer, discusses the key challenges facing American Jewish life including the lack of education in the Jewish community and the lack of engagement of Jewish youth.
Tuesday - 9pm & Midnight (6pm & 9pm PT) Wednesday - 3pm (12 Noon PT)

Thursday on L'Chayim: Deborah Lipstadt Holocaust historian Deborah Lipstadt (Emory University), discusses her celebrated victory over a British Holocaust denier and assesses the dangers of contemporary antisemitism she addresses in her book Antisemitism: Here and Now. Thursday – 9pm & Midnight (6pm & 9pm PT) Friday – 3pm (12noon PT)

Saturday on L'Chayim: Saving Italian Jews (Elizabeth Bettina) Elizabeth Bettina, author of "It Happened In Italy-the untold stories of how the people of Italy defied the horror of the Holocaust," describes how she learned the small Italian village which was home to her Catholic relatives helped save Italian Jews.
Saturday – 6pm (3pm PT)

Time To Say Goodbye Maximilian Ehrenreich stars as 12-year-old Jewish boy in Hamburg who must deal with his religiously divided parents' separation, his emerging puberty, and his falling madly in love with his new rabbi (Catherine De Lean). Directed by Vivian Andereggen. Tonight (Sunday) – 9pm & Midnight (6pm & 9pm PT) Friday – 9pm & 4am (6pm & 1am PT)

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