Oran Etkin’s Jazz performance, as part of the Breman Museum’s Molly Blank Concert Series, promoted here in the Atlanta Jewish Connector intrigued us. Listening to his performances on YouTube sounded promising and so we opted to attend this jazzy event. The Bremen Auditorium was transformed into an intimate Jazz Café for the concert on Sunday, May 6th. Foods from around the world along with some delicious wines were served at the hour-long reception prior to the concert, which made for a delightful start to the afternoon.
We had a group of 6 attend the performance and left with mixed reviews between us. We all were grateful to take part in the Breman’s 2018 Molly Blank Concert Series – Celebrating Jewish Contributions to Music – A celebration of Jewish contributions to classical music and features music by Jewish composers, Jewish themes in music and young Jewish musicians.
The next in the Molly Blank Concert Series is a night of the music of Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett. Marilyn and Alan Bergman, Barbra Streisand’s best friends and preferred lyricists, have been writing songs for over five decades, they have won numerous awards including 16 Academy Award nominations, multiple Emmys, Grammy’s, and three Oscars for “The Windmills of Your Mind,” “The Way We Were,” and the score for “Yentl.
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