Please join us right here on Thursday, December 10 at 1 pm ET for a Lunchtime Concert ft. Herman Berman!
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Humorous and musical mini Hanukkah celebration in honor of the first night of the Jewish Festival of Lights!
Posted by National Museum of American Jewish History on Thursday, December 10, 2020
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Join Brooklyn born singer/multi-instrumentalist Herman Berman for a musical celebration of Hanukkah like you’ve never heard before. In this short concert program, Berman will perform his epic 2019 Hanukkah album, The Menorah: It’s Lit. In between some of the tunes Berman, along with NMAJH public programs manager and musician Dan Samuels, will take a few minutes to talk about Herman’s life story, as well as his early musical influences from his parents to the Church next door to where he grew up, as well as the masters (of Jewish Parody and All-around Schtick) such as Mickey Katz, Mel Brooks, the Marx Brothers and more.
This program is presented by The National Museum of American Jewish History in partnership with Next Stage Arts Project