Join us for an inside look at musical and entertainment icon Barbra Streisand. Led by music connoisseur Ned Dorman, we’ll learn about Barbra’s creative process and history as a recording artist, actor, director, producer, songwriter, and performer.
You’ll also learn about the latest critical work UJA is doing to help New Yorkers get back on their feet.
While there is no charge to attend this event, please consider making a donation to the annual campaign.
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After 40 years in the cheese business, he now has the time to concentrate on his true passion: music.
Ned had always shared his diverse music library with friends in his home and truly relished the joy and comfort it brought them, so he decided to share this with a larger audience. He developed a music appreciation series, "Sounds of Music!" that he has been “conducting" at several JCCs on Long Island and clubs in the Boca/Palm Beach area.
Each session covers a music genre or artist, giving historical perspective and insight into the creative process. Through clips and performances, the audience finds new joy in each composition. It is sure to provide information, smiles, and fond memories. It’s a real feel-good time, so especially important now.
Chairs (In formation)
Barbara and Steven Cooper
Dr. Debbie Dubowsky
Rachel and Douglas Furer
Lisa and Terry Lashin
Karen and Steven Seltzer
Debbie and David Shapiro