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YJP Miami 9th Annual White Party at SKY

Join us for the 9th Annual YJP Miami White Party at SKY ROOFTOP LOUNGE

Get Dressed in White and Meet 100s of Miami's Young Jewish Adult Community on this special holiday of Tu'BAv - The Jewish Holiday of Romance.

Thursday, August 15th- 8:00pm

Gain Access here

at SKY ROOFTOP
35 SE 9th Street
Miami, FL 33131

Open Bar - Tapas - Sushi - DJ at SKY ROOFTOP

RSVP $25 Before July 10th
$30 Until July 25th
$36 Until August 8th
$40 After
$45 Door Price

Corporate Sponsorships Available contact Chaim@YJPMiami.com

YJP Miami Summer Vibes

JEWISH LATIN CENTER PRESENTS -

JEWISH LATIN CENTER SUMMER VIBES COCKTAIL HOUR

Thursday, July 25th- 7:30pm

Blackbird Ordinary
729 SW 1th Ave
Miami, FL 33130

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Happy Hour - Welcome Drink - Finger Foods - Live Music - Great Vibes
$10 Until July 15th
$15 Until July 25th
$18 Door Price

Watch JBS on Atlantic Broadband Ch168, Hotwire Ch269, Fios Ch798, DirecTV Ch388, Roku under "educational" and streamed on jbstv.org from July 14-20 Posted by Edith Samers on 07/06/2019 @ 11:11 PM

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

Bucharest Diary: Moses & Lieberman

The first U.S. Ambassador to Romania Alfred H. Moses sits with former Sen. Joseph Lieberman to recount the untold story of the exodus of Jews from Communist Romania to Israel. A program of the American Jewish Historical Society and the Center for Jewish History. Monday - 8pm & 1am; Wednesday - 2pm; Saturday – 8pm & 2am

Middle East Threats: Tony Badran

Middle East scholar Tony Badran (Foundation for Defense of Democracies) discusses the threats posed by Iran and Hezbollah to Israel, the Middle East and the U.S. A program of the Israel Committee of Congregation Agudath Sholom in Stamford, Ct. (2019) Tuesday – 8pm & 1am; Thursday – 2pm; Friday – 5am; Saturday – 7pm

L’Chayim: Settler Leader Dilmoni

Yigal Dilmoni, CEO of the Yesha Council of communities on the West Ridge (West Bank) of Israel, describes plans to expand settler communities and shares his perspective on the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
Wednesday – 9pm & Midnight; Thursday – 3pm

Elie Abadie, Part 1

Elie Abadie, rabbi of the Manhattan East Synagogue and director of The Sephardic Academy of Manhattan (and a practicing gastroenterologist), discusses the challenges of promoting Sephardic Jewish culture on the American Jewish scene.
Monday – 9pm & Midnight; Tuesday – 3pm

Elie Abadie, Part 2

Co-President of “Justice for Jews from Arab Countries” (JJAC), Rabbi Elie Abadie (Manhattan East Synagogue), describes his ties to Israel and discusses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from a Sephardic Jewish perspective. Tuesday - 9pm & Midnight; Wednesday - 3pm

Shin Bet Head-Yaakov Peri

Yaakov Peri, director of Israel’s internal Security Agency (the Shin Bet) from 1988-1994 during the first Lebanon war, discusses the strengths and weaknesses of Shabak, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the New State Solution Thursday – 9pm & Midnight; Friday – 3pm

Miss Israel (Titi)

“Titi” Aynaw discusses her journey from her hometown in Ethiopia to Aliyah to Israel, to serving in the IDF, to becoming the first Ethiopian Miss Israel in 2013. Saturday – 6pm

L’Chayim: Cast of Shtisel

In an exclusive television interview, three stars of the hit Israeli series Shtisel -- Michael Aloni (Kive), Dov Glickman (Kive’s father Shulem) and Neta Riskin (Kive’s sister Giti) -- speak about their Jewish backgrounds and how playing Chasidic Jews may have changed their Jewish identities. Sunday – Noon & 6pm; Monday– 3pm

Jake Ehrenreich Show – Michaels & Dershowitz

Comedienne and impressionist Marilyn Michaels, and Alan Dershowitz as you’ve never seen him before (reminiscing about his youth in the Catskills and singing “Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah”) are Jake Ehrenreich’s guests on an encore presentation of the “The Jake Ehrenreich Show,” with Jake’s inducting Jerry Lewis into the Catskills Hall of Fame. Saturday – 9pm & Midnight

92nd Street Y: Adin Steinsaltz

Rethinking Jewish Identity is explored by noted philosopher, mystic, scientist, social critic, and prolific author Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz. From the 92nd Street Y in New York City. Sunday– 8pm & 1am; Monday - 10pm & 4am; Wednesday - 10:30am; Friday – 1am;

Film: Beyond Eyruv

In this film, an 18-year old boy decides to leave his ultra-Orthodox community to try to build a life for himself in the secular world while carrying the burden of a deep and disturbing secret. An award-winning documentary from director John Mounier. Sunday- 9pm and Midnight; Friday Night – 9pm & 4am

In The News: Dani Dayan-U.S. Peace Plan

Israel’s Consul General of New York, Dani Dayan, discusses the implications of the U.S. Peace Plan unveiled at the Economic Summit in Bahrain; Israeli September elections: antisemitism; and the evils of the BDS Movement. Monday - 6:30pm & 11:30pm; Tuesday - 3:30am, 8:30am & 12:30pm; Saturday – 11:30pm & 3:30am

Watch Kabbalat Shabbat services from a modern Orthodox synagogue, The Hampton Synagogue of West Hampton Beach, NY; and Shabbat Services from Reform synagogue, Central Synagogue of New York City every Friday night on JBS. Kabbalat Shabbat - 7pm; Shabbat Services - 7:40pm & 11pm

Edith Samers Vice President 203.536.6914 (cell phone) JBS Jewish Broadcasting Service, a 501c3 fulltime television channel

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.

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