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Molly Blank Jewish Concert Series - The Breman Museum

Overview

The Molly Blank Jewish Concert Series is back at the Breman! Three one-night-only concerts bring NPR, Theatrical Outfit, and the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival together to highlight Jewish contributions to music. With an incredible variety of musical genres and world renown talent, this season promises to entertain, delight and captivate. Please scroll down for more information on each individual performance and to purchase tickets for these events.

Single Concert Tickets:
Members: $49
Nonmembers: $59


Sponsors:

Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners

The Carol King Songbook with Liz Calloway

Sunday, January 22, 2017 / 5:00pm
$49 for Members / $59 for Non-Members

For more information on this performance, please Click Here.

Baby That is Rock 'n' Roll: The Leiber/Stoller Era

Sunday, March 19, 2017 / 5:00pm
$49 for Members / $59 for Non-Members

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From the Top Live Concert hosted by NPR’s Christopher O’Riley

Sunday, May 21, 2017 / 5:00 PM
$49 for Members / $59 for Non-Members

For more information on this performance, please Click Here.


Other Events

  • May 31st, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

    Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia Meeting

    Gary Palgon, past president of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia and a popular presenter, will hold a workshop to help us all break through our personal and research barriers to achieve success.

  • June 12th, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Two Cities, One Story: Rabbi Jacob Rothschild

    Jeremy Katz, Senior Director of Archives at the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, and Eric Lidji, Director of the Rauh Jewish Archives at the Heinz History Center, will discuss the life of Rabbi Jacob Rothschild through their archival collections. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Rabbi Rothschild moved to Atlanta shortly after World War II to become the new spiritual leader of the city’s oldest and largest Jewish congregation, The Temple. He soon became a civil rights activist and agent of change in the Jewish and general communities of Atlanta.

  • June 26th, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Reform Judaism in Charleston and Baltimore

    Mark Bauman, retired professor of history at Atlanta Metropolitan College, will discuss the origins of Reform Judaism in Charleston and especially Baltimore and how Jews from these cities took it across the country as they moved westward. More than changes in religious practices, the push for Reform idealofy reflected freedom of choice and the feminine-ization of American Judaism.

  • June 28th, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia Meeting

    An acclaimed new book by award-winning journalist Libby Copeland explores the rapidly evolving phenomenon of home DNA testing through her lens as an Ashkenazi Jew and that of the protagonist, Alice Collins Plebuch, whose parents are Irish American Catholics but whose DNA test indicates lots of Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry. In so doing, The Lost Family: How DNA Testing Is Upending Who We Are (Abrams, 2020) illuminates how we think about family, heritage, and ourselves.

Exhibitions

  • Breman At Home : Field Trip Friday, Stories, Webinars, and More

    We are putting the Breman Museum online in a new format that is engaging, entertaining and educational. We will be highlighting new content, Holocaust Survivor Videos, Stories from our Archives and more. Keep an eye on this space for updates.

  • L’dor Vador : Oral Histories of Resilience

    The Breman Museum and Repair the World are inviting the Jewish community to participate in recording an oral history about how the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is affecting them, their families, and the community.

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