NY Music Event of the Year
The Power of Unity - NY Jewish music event of the year - Sunday

This Sunday, Power of Unity concert featuring Jewish music superstars Dudu Fisher, Gad Elbaz, rapper Nissim Black, and Lipa Schmeltzer.

Baruch Gordon,

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Get ready to experience The Power of Unity, a unique celebration of religious pride at a musical event focusing on the eternal nature of the Jewish people who continue to flourish against all odds.

Taking place on November 13th, The Power of Unity will feature international Jewish music superstars Dudu Fisher, Gad Elbaz, rapper Nissim Black, and Lipa Schmeltzer.

The evening will open with a guest appearance from the Holocaust Survivor Band, recently returned from their first-ever trip to Poland since World War II.


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While paying emotional tribute to survivors, the show will also highlight the multi-generational strength of the Jewish nation, which draws on the wisdom and tradition of its elders to empower and enrich the youth, torchbearers for those who will follow in their footsteps.

"I don't know of many events where so many communities will get together under one roof like this one,” said producer Cecelia Margules. "During the event, we are planning a big surprise that will blow people away." The evening is being directed by famed film maker Daniel Finkelman.

Held at the majestic, newly-restored Kings Theater in Brooklyn which seats over 3,000. Formerly Loew's, Kings Theatre is a movie palace-type theater in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. Opened in 1929 and closed in 1977, the theater sat empty for decades until a complete renovation was initiated in 2010.

The new managers, ACE Theatrical Group, spent $95 million on the renovation, including over $75,000 just on the restoration of the lobby furniture, which had been saved for four decades by the theater's old manager.

The theater reopened to the public on January 23, 2015.

The Power of Unity promises to be a magnificent event of epic proportion. Click here to get better tickets online in advance. http://duduandgad.com/ or Dial (347) 471-0064.




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