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Cultural Arts Coordinator
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Cultural and Performing Arts Events | PJCC
The Cultural and Performing Arts Department of the Peninsula Jewish Community Center offers high-quality, multi-disciplinary arts programming and cultural opportunities. Intimate performances, lectures, art exhibits and workshops, featuring emerging and established artists and thinkers, will strive to entertain, educate and enlighten.
The PJCC is proud to be a part of the Initiative on Jewish Peoplehood presenting educational and cultural programs that explore Jewish heritage, identity, and community. This initiative is co-funded by the Koret Foundation and the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture.
Save the Date!
Reception: Ourry Schwartzbord, Faces and Figures, 1980–2015
Sunday, March 12, 2017 • 3–5 pm • Conference Room A
The Schwartzbord family invites the public to attend an opening reception in honor and celebration of Ourry's artwork. His works will remain on display in Conference Room A through April 7.
PJCC | Cultural Arts Events: Concerts, Theater, Lectures, Exhibits
The Mind, Magic and Music: Making a Fool of Parkinson's
This early matinee is part lecture, part magic show, part concert and a complete experience. Richard Horn, a neuroscientist, jazz pianist, magician, and professor emeritus of physiology at Thomas Jefferson University, gives his entertaining, studied and personal perspective on how to cope with Parkinson's disease. Presented in partnership with SV Productions. Registration required.
Up Close Concert: ENSO String Quartet
Our highly anticipated Music at Kohl partnership brings dynamic chamber artists hailed by the Washington post as an 'imaginative ensemble' that plays with 'smoldering power - half honey, half molten lava.' Founded at Yale University in 1999 and based in New York City since 2007, the Enso String Quartet has distinguished itself as one of the top-rank American chamber ensembles performing today. Guests are greeted with wine and cheese and the 60-minute concert is followed by a 'Meet the Artists' dessert reception. It is our pleasure to reserve tables for parties of four or more. Doors open at 7:30 pm. Registration required.