Join us for a very special virtual tour of the home of Anne Frank. Each tour lasts about 15 minutes and will give you an opportunity to explore the home of one of the most recognizable victims of Nazi persecution. Please note, that you must be 13 years or older to take the tour.
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Join us for a special performance from fiddlers Ken Kolodner and Elke Baker, with accompaniment by bassist and banjo player Alex Lacquement for a lively afternoon of Celtic, old-time, Scandinavian, Israeli and world music. The concert will take place in the historic Lloyd Street Synagogue.
Enjoy a moving performance by French violinist and singer Eleonore Biezunski and internationally acclaimed klezmer violinist Deborah Strauss as they explore the “yerushe,” the heritage of women’s Yiddish folksongs. The concert will take place in the historic Lloyd Street Synagogue.
Join Grammy-nominated Jeff Place as he explores the important influence of Jewish culture and tradition on the work of Peter Seeger. Jeff Place has been at the Center’s Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections since 1988, acting as curator and archivist. Place has been nominated for eight GRAMMY Awards and twelve Indie Awards, winning two GRAMMYs and six Indies.
Join Nora Guthrie for a special multimedia presentation featuring rare and intimate interviews with Pete Seeger about his work with Woody Guthrie, in honor of his 100th birthday. The program highlights archival materials, photographs, and music providing insight into their significant friendship.