An Exquisite Evening of Heartfelt Music and Story

Songs of the Inspired Soul

A Unique Multimedia Concert 
Celebrating the roots of the traditional Hassidic melodies of Eastern Europe.


This production shares the backstory of six unique Hassidic melodies composed in Russia and Ukraine, lost in the chaos of history, and then revived by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson.  It is a multimedia production that brings together the modernity of film and the classical music of a string quartet, creating a space where past and present become one.

 

Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 7:00 PM 

ANCHORAGE MUSEUM AUDITORIUM
625 C STREET

 

 

Featuring:
A Live Musical Performance
by String Principals of the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra

Ensemble in Black and White String Quartet
 


Kathryn Hoffer: Concertmaster of the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra

Nina Bingham: Second Violin Principal

Nancy Darigo: Viola Principal

Linda Ottum: Cello Principal


Admission

At the Door: $15
Sponsorship: $180

 

Parking available in the Museum’s heated garage

Light Refreshments

 

Online reservation is closed. Tickets availble at the door.