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Zemer Chai, The Jewish Chorale of the Nations Capital!
Congregation Adat Reyim
Springfield, VA
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We have sold out online but we will have a limited number of tickets will be available at the door!

Enjoy Jewish music for the season  and our world  with one of the nations leading Jewish choirs. Founded in 1976 by director Eleanor Epstein, Zemer Chai (Living Song) shares the rich musical heritage of the Jewish people at the highest level. The Washington Post praised the choir for singing passionately with utter precision. Zemer Chai has performed at the White House, Library of Congress, Strathmore and the Kennedy Center, as well as concert halls in New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, the Catskills, the West Virginia mountains, and the hills of Jerusalem. An integral part of the Greater Washington, D.C. community, Zemer Chai takes pride in building bridges to other faiths and cultures, attracting audiences of many backgrounds and participating in numerous intercultural events.

The program features melodies from 1,000 years ago to today's world music with words sung in English, Hebrew, Yiddish and Ladino, including two premieres!

World premiere of T'filah L'Chayalei Tz'va Artzot HaBrit - A Prayer for America's Military Personnel by Russell Nadel
Washington premiere of Eits Chayim - Tree of Life by Joshua Fishbein - Dedicated to the victims of the shooting at Tree of Life synagogue, Pittsburgh

Dessert reception following concert

The concert is co-sponsored by Congregation Adat Reyim.
Tickets: $25 in advance, $36 at the door

Parking Directions:
We encourage carpooling. Parking is available in the Adat Reyim lot at 6500 Westbury Oaks Court, Springfield, 22152 and on adjoining streets. Street parking is also available across Old Keene Mill Road, with police helping cross that main road.
Additional parking will be available nearby at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, located at 6509 Sydenstricker Road. Car shuttles will be available until 6:45 pm prior to the concert and for 30 minutes following the conclusion of the concert. Walking is not an option from the church lot, so please arrive early for a shuttle ride.

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Congregation Adat Reyim (View)
6500 Westbury Oaks Court
Springfield, VA 22152
United States



Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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