Unity Cafe in Riverdale – Live from Israel Simply Tsfat Oct 27
Unity Café is a warm and welcoming artistic environment presenting the finest entertainment, art and poetry from around the world. Unity Café offers a fine selection of healthy and fun Kosher foods (Ginger Grill’s “Best Sushi in NYC”) as well as a wide selection of beverages, beer, wine, sake and unique and creative mixed drinks.
Sunday, October 27, 2013 – 9:00pm
Unity Cafe – 3717 Riverdale Ave, Bronx, New York 10463
Founding members of Unity Café, the Walker Brothers (Mordechai, Shlomo & Pesach), have been joined by Robert House, Michael Abidor, David Backer and Jeff Kabak to expand the growth and development of this important venture. Unity Café is currently booking other artists for future events and can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
TAKE A DEEP BREATH,
Experience the crisp clear air of the HOLY CITY OF TSFAT through the music and stories of REBBE NACHMAN OF BRESLEV
About the Music:
Simply Tsfat is a trio of talented Chassidic Israeli musicians, Elyahu Reiter, Yehonasan Lipshutz and Yonatan Tzarum. In concert, they merge Heaven and Earth through music and stories of the great Chassidic master, Rebbe Nachman of Breslev.
A “maiden voyage” tour of the East Coast, Canada and Central America, over a decade ago, attracted audiences from all ages and backgrounds. The group has toured the United States, Canada and England 3-4 times per year over the last 13 years, with successul appearances on both the East and West Coasts, in locations such as Chicago, Denver, Atlanta, Miami and Boston. Wherever they appear, the trio develop a loyal and ardent following. For current engagements, see www.simplytsfat.com.
Admission is $20
Under the supervision of the Va’ad Harabanim of Riverdale
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