Join us on Seventh Avenue Performances March 8 for an evening of music inspired by the Balkans, Mediterranean, and Jewish spirituality with the original music of Ya Elah:
WHO: Ya Elah - Bon Singer, Cyrise Beatty, Evelie Sales Posch, Elana Segal, Erica Leonard (voices), with Diana Rowan (Celtic harp)
WHAT: Music for voices and harp inspired by the Balkans, the Middle East and Jewish spirituality
WHEN: Saturday, March 8, 2008 - 7:30 PM
WHERE: Seventh Avenue Performances, 1329 Seventh Avenue, San Francisco - 415.664.2543
TICKETS: $15 general admission, $12 student/senior
Ya Elah emerged from Jewish spirituality and now travels through multiple faiths, inspiring compassion between diverse cultures through settings of sacred and original texts. This ensemble of vocalists and instrumentalists performs the original compositions of Artistic Director Bon Singer.
Ya Elah sparkles with the influence of Bulgarian village songs and Middle Eastern melodies. The musicians have backgrounds in cantorial, folk, jazz, ethnic and classical styles. As Artistic Director, composer, arranger, and singer for Kitka for 14 years, Bon is recognized as one of the premier directors of Bulgarian choral music in the United Sates.
The sound of Ya Elah is like honey in your ears: they will awaken you. Your toes will tap, your head will sway, and your soul will sing. Rush to see these magnificent sirens! - Jueli Garfinkle, Author of Everyday Adventures for the Soul
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