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East of the River

  • Congregation Beth Elohim 274 Garfield Place Brooklyn, NY, 11215 United States (map)

58MF's exciting 10th Anniversary Season continues this month as virtuosic ensemble EAST OF THE RIVER returns to the 58MF roster with their new program SULTANA: Music of the Sephardic Diaspora.

Thursday March 16 at 7:30PM | Congregation Beth Elohim | 274 Garfield Place at 8th Ave, Brooklyn

Info & Tickets Founded by the woodwind virtuosos Daphna Mor and Nina Stern, East of the River explores haunting and captivating melodies from the traditional repertoires of the Balkans, Armenia, and the Middle East, as well as from the Medieval European classical repertory.

Enter promo code SULTANA for $5 off ticket price!

SULTANA celebrates the ancient musical world of the Sephardic Jewish diaspora in North Africa and throughout the Ottoman Empire, taking the audience on a journey through bazaars, kitchens, dance circles, prayer houses, and public spaces.  The program is inspired by the experiences of Mor's own Sephardic great-grandmother, Sultana Magrisso, who emigrated with her family from Bulgaria to British Palestine in 1944, traveling through Greece, Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon.

East of the River

Nina Stern | recorders, chalumeau

Daphna Mor | recorders, voice, ney

John Hadfield | percussion

Jesse Kotansky | violin

Guest artist: Kane Mathis | oud

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Earlier Event: November 4
Bo'i Kallah at B'nai Jeshurun