After more than a year of virtual programming, the Weinstein JCC is excited to announce that it is bringing back in-person live music, entertainment, theater and conversation with its 2021-22 Arts +Ideas season.
As some programs will continue to be offered only virtually and others livestreamed for those who prefer to watch from home, the Israel November Auditorium will once again be the hub for shared experiences, engaging conversations and community connections.
Highlights of the season include The Songs of Leonard Cohen by Batsheva, award-winning performer, singer, and songwriter known for her work in Yiddish and Ladino; Stories and Strings; a special Violins of Hope chamber music concert with musical direction and performance by Jocelyn Vorenberg of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra; an evening with 4-time Tony award-winning actress, singer and writer, Tovah Feldshuh discussing her memoir, Lilyville; the timeless, family favorite musical, The Sound of Music, presented by Jewish Family Theatre and more.
We have so much to celebrate this year, including the Weinstein JCC’s 75th birthday, and
we want you to be a part of it all!
Subscribe to our 2021-22 Arts + Ideas season and we’ll find you the perfect seat to sit back and enjoy the shows! Full subscription and sponsorship details can be found at www.weinsteinjcc.org.
The Weinstein JCC is supported, in part, by a generous annual contribution, programming grants and COVID-19 Crisis Relief Funds from the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond.