March 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
General Admission $50. In addition to the ticket price, we’re asking for your generous donation of $100. The money will be used to create a viable structure of therapeutic, educational, and financial services for Russian-speaking evacuees from the south of Israel as well as for those who’re still remaining in Sderot. These people very much rely on your help and support. You will receive an appreciation souvenir during the event.
Performance by our distinguished guests from Israel, New York City, and Ukraine.
Jazz, POP, Klezmer, and Israeli popular songs and melodies.
Open Dance Floor.
Israeli Popular Dances for All.
Charitable Ruffle with great gifts from our sponsors – Art, Memorabilia, Gift cards.
Attractions: Selfie Booth, Gift Booth, Art Booth, Haman darts Booth.
Competitions for the best mask and/or costume. Bridals contest. Queen and King of the Masquerade contest with prizes.
Buffet and charitable cash bar.
About our Performers
Yaacov Yon Mayman, saxophone, United States, a Grammy-nominated saxophone player, composer, and artistic director has been indulging audiences nationally and internationally in his fascinating performances with powerful, warm sound, dazzling virtuosity, daring interaction, and outstanding musicality.
Yaacov Yon Mayman is a president of the Community Concert Network, Inc., not-for-profit organization, and has facilitated numerous musical Jazz programs, high quality cultural events and concerts for low-income and fixed income population and provided affordable access to concert halls in Metropolitan area.
Mishéll Iryna Talia Rozenfeld, vocal, Ukraine, was born in Kerch, USSR. She studied at the Kyiv International Institute of Music R.Glier and the National Academy of Culture and Art Management. Mishéll reached twice (2006 and 2010) the final of the Ukrainian national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. In 2013 she reached the finals of the musical reality TV in Ukraine “Your face sounds familiar”. In 2013 she released a show and album of Jewish songs in Hebrew and Yiddish. In 2019 Mishéll started the creative process of her new solo album. During 2021 she released two singles.