It’s our final UJA Benefit Concert. And it’s going to be beautiful.
After 18 amazing years, the UJA Benefit Concert will be held at NJPAC on Sunday, May 17. It’ll be a festive afternoon of music, community celebration, and philanthropic spirit to benefit the life-sustaining work of our Federation.
The first concert had violinist Isaac Stern performing – this one will have his son Michael as conductor. We’ll have Prokofiev’s Overture on Hebrew Themes, Brahms’ finale from his Second Symphony, and much more. Plus, I hope you’ll join us for a community dessert reception (at 1 p.m.) preceding the (2 p.m.) concert.
This Chai (18th) concert features a special tribute honoring UJA Benefit Concert Foundation Benefactors Joan L.* and Allen I.* Bildner, Judy and Stewart Colton, Toby and Leon G. Cooperman, Beth and William S.* Furman, Anita and Franklin Hannoch, Drs. Mia* and Victor Parsonnet, Lore* and Eric F.* Ross, Judy and Josh S. Weston, Beth and Leonard Wilf, and Barbara and Edward Zinbarg.
For more information, contact Belle Schwartz or call the concert hotline at (973) 929-2969.
*of blessed memory
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