Sunday, August 20 at 2:00 p.m. Join the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s Assistant Conductor, Yaniv Dinur, on piano and MSO Principal Trombone, Megumi Kanda, for their performance featuring the music of Jewish composers, including Copland and Bernstein, and music that will touch on Jewish themes by Ravel and others. This event is free and will take place in the Rubenstein Pavilion. […]
Join RUACH as we honor the: JEWISH HOME AND CARE CENTER with our ‘RUACH Spirit’ Award on Sunday, December 18, 2016 4:30 p.m. Hors d’Oeuvre Reception Kosher supervision by Wisconsin K 5:15 p.m. award ceremony and musical celebration with Lil’ Rev AND Adam Margolis & The Flying Camels Tickets: $18 for Adults $10 Youth and Students This event is intended for attendees […]
Tuesday, November 29 6:45 p.m. Featuring music of Bloch, Mahler and Joachim performed by Wendy Richman, internationally renowned violist and Stefanie Jacob, acclaimed pianist and member of the Prometheus Trio. Free parking is located under the Jewish Home and Care Center, 1414 N. Prospect Avenue.
Sunday, November 13 3:30 pm Featuring music of Brahms, Bruch, and Gershwin performed by Benjamin Adler, Assistant Principal Clarinet, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Elizabeth Breslin, Violist, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Jeannie Yu, Acclaimed pianist. Free parking is available under the Jewish Home and Care Center at 1414 N. Prospect Avenue.
Sunday, June 26, RUACH hosted its annual Nachas RUACH event, featuring the music and artwork of Yeshiva Elementary School (YES) students, and a guest appearance by Adam Margolis and Friends. The event took place at the Rubenstein Pavilion of the Jewish Home and Care Center. The event celebrated the 2017 YES programming calendar year which brought the return of the […]
Sunday, March 13, 2016, a crowd of approximately 200 enjoyed a talk and performance by the new Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Assistant Conductor, Yaniv Dinur, a native of Israel. Dinur entertained the audience on piano, an instrument on which he excels, with musical selections by Chopin, Copland, Ben-Haim, and Gershwin. Dinur interwove each musical selection with delightful and entertaining stories about […]
Sunday, March 6, 2016, RUACH assembled internationally acclaimed musicians for the concert, “Woodwind Voices – Recorder, Rhythms, and Beyond”. The concert featured internationally renowned performer and educator Nina Stern on recorder, joined by world famous percussionist and multiple Grammy winner, Glen Velez. Fellow Grammy winner, Todd Levy, Principal Clarinet of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, performed with prominent Milwaukee pianist, Jeannie […]
Wednesday, December 9 – Project: VITAL (Values in the Arts & Life) teaches diverse constituencies about positive personal and social values as well as the value of arts education, using a community collaboration format, in which varied groups work on a common project, although not all in the same room at the same time. This year’s Project: VITAL celebrated the value of the […]
Sunday, November 1 RUACH celebrated the close of its 10th anniversary celebratory year and the kickoff of its 2015-16 Annual Campaign with a wonderful concert on Sunday, November 1st, in Youth Arts Hall of the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center. The concert, entitled, “Simply Celebrating 10 Years of RUACH,” featured Simply Tsfat, the renowned Chassidic musical trio from Tsfat, Israel. Simply […]
Wednesday, July 29 RUACH, Inc. is presenting a concert entitled “Jewish Spirit: Works on Jewish Themes and by Jewish Composers,” at 7:00 p.m. in Youth Arts Hall of the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center, 325 W. Walnut St. Jewish spirit, or ruach, is inherent any time a Jewish composer composes a piece, and is embraced many times that a composer writes a piece […]