THEODORE BIKEL AND ALBERTO MIZRAHI TO PERFORM AT TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM IN LAS VEGAS
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Posted: November 10 2007

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Broadway legend Theodore Bikel and world renowned tenor Alberto Mizrahi will join Temple Beth Sholom’s Cantor Daniel Friedman for a special performance of “OUR SONG” on Sunday November 18, 2007, 7:00 PM at Temple Beth Sholom in Summerlin.

Theodore Bikel, the beloved Jewish entertainer whose 60-year career includes stage, film, television, radio and musical performances, collaborated with Alberto Mizrahi, affectionately known as "the Jewish Pavarotti," to create the album "Our Song, that will be featured during this rare performance.

Bikel, perhaps best known for his role as Tevye in the stage version of "Fiddler on the Roof," is also a renowned folk singer who has sung thousands of concerts in 23 languages around the world.

Greek-born tenor, Alberto Mizrahi, one of the world's leading interpreters of Jewish music, is Hazzan of the historic Anshe Emet Synagogue, Chicago. He has thrilled audiences worldwide in recitals, symphony concerts, and opera.

“We are so excited to host such world renown performers,” exclaimed Cantor Daniel Friedman of Temple Beth Sholom. ”This is a rare opportunity to enliven our Jewish Community with such incredible talent, and bring us together in joy, song and celebration.”

Tickets are $100 (Cantor’s Circle includes kosher caviar reception) $60 (reserved) and $40 (general admission.) can be purchased at Temple Beth Sholom. Call 702.804.1333 x100 for further information, or to make your reservation.

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    Barbara Kenig
    Temple Beth Sholom
    702.804.1333 x104  

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