Israel Parade, Hanukkah, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Giving Tuesday
Monday, January 27, 2020
When Soviet soldiers opened the gates of Nazi concentration camps on January 27, 1945, the Holocaust/Shoah became undeniable
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Ends February 1, 2020
Lincoln Center, NYC
James Robinson’s new English National Opera production of the Gershwin classic about African-American life in the old South. “Summertime, and the livin’ is easy…”
Previews to February 6, 2020
Times Square Theater District, NYC
One of the great love stories, one of the great New York stories, is our story too
Friday, March 20, 2020
Kips Bay, NYC
Cuban playwright Leyma López renews the classic Spanish tragicomedy by Fernando de Rojas (1499) whose critique of the moral rot of medieval Spanish society also reflects our times
Tuesday, June 9, 2020
EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO
MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NY
Upper East Side, NYC
Free museum admission and street activities for children
Tuesday, December 1, 2020
UNIVERSAL ~ Giving is the natural currency of the universe. The tradition was started by New York City’s 92nd Street Y. Check our list of NYC cultural organizations who deserve your support because they support you.
LINCOLN CENTER, Daily, January 9-22, 2019 ~ Films from around the world that explore the diversity of Jewish experience
# jewish film festival argentine french israeli spanish movies
Jewish NYC Festivals
Mon-Tue, Mar 9-10, 2020
SOUTH WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn
This Jewish holiday feast commemorates how Queen Esther of Persia found the courage to break tradition, speak up, and thereby save her people. “Chag Purim Sameach!” (Happy Purim Holiday!)
Wed-Thu, April 8-16, 2020
The Jewish spring festival commemorates our release from slavery and the Exodus
Fri-Sun, September 18-20, 2020
This Jewish holiday feast celebrates the New Year 5781. “Shana Tovah” (Have a Good Year)
Sun-Mon, September 27-28, 2020
The holiest day in Judaism is a day of atonement and repentance. “G’mar Chatima Tovah” (May you be inscribed in the Book of Life)
October 2-9, 2020
Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles or Feast of Booths, is a Jewish harvest festival celebrated in simple huts which remind us of how we lived and prayed in 40 years wandering the desert. “Chag Sameach” (Happy Holiday)
December 10-18, 2020
Miracles await those who fill their time with the light of faith, hope and work. Hanukkah Sameach! (Happy Hanukkah)
Fifth Avenue from 57th-74th St
Midtown & Upper East Side, Manhattan
Sunday, June 3, 2018
Jewish New York City
New York City is the largest Jewish community outside Israel. In 1654, the Jewish community that became Shearith Israel made New Amsterdam (New York) an open city for all who are willing to work and be governed. The Hasidic community in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn is one of New York’s iconic Jewish communities.
New York’s most luxurious department store sells Brazilian, Chilean, Colombian, Cuban, Dominican, French, Italian, Spanish and Venezuelan designers
UPPER WEST SIDE, September 1654 ~ The first Jewish group arrived in New Amsterdam fleeing the Spanish Inquisition which had followed them to Recife in Dutch Brazil. They formed Shearith Israel, the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue, America’s first Jewish congregation.
# jewish sanctuary fridays
UPPER EAST SIDE, NYC ~ A museum of Jewish art and culture is Free on Saturdays
UPPER EAST SIDE, NYC
This legendary Jewish community center hosts talks, classical and jazz concerts, and the Harkness Dance Festival
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2 West Loop Rd
1 East 65th St at Fifth Avenue
Upper East Side, Manhattan
New York is the city with the world’s largest Jewish population. The first Jewish community to arrive in New Amsterdam in 1654 is still here. It’s the Sephardic community Shearith Israel. Sephardi are descendants of Spanish and Portuguese Jews who were expelled from Iberia in 1492.
The community’s struggle for acceptance is what made New York a city open to all who are willing to work and be governed. Probably more than anything else, this has been New York’s greatest blessing. New York is the city of work. We are the capital of the world because everyone is welcome here.
New York City’s notable Jewish institutions include the 92nd Street Y, JCC Manhattan, Center for Jewish History, Jewish Museum, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Museum at Eldridge Street.
The New York Jewish Film Festival at Film at Lincoln Center with the Jewish Museum, is New York City’s first film festival of the year. There’s also the New York Sephardic Jewish Film Festival and the Reelabilities Film Festival.
Jewish New Yorkers
April 12 – September 8, 2019
UPPER EAST SIDE, NYC ~ One of the great poets of the 20th Century also knew exactly where the light enters you
LAS VEGAS, UNIVISION, Thu, November 15, 2018 ~ “Telefonía” wins Record of the Year and Song of the Year Latin Grammys
This Brazilian collection is a like a good museum of modern, post-war and contemporary art.
Hauser & Wirth
Tuesday – Saturday
April 26 – July 27, 2018
The Jewish Museum
Upper East Side
OPENED September 15, 2017
CLOSING February 4, 2018
The Austrian-Jewish writer was one of the great international writers of the 1930s. When Europe self-destructed, he saved himself through exile in Brazil, but never stood up to Fascism. Opened May 12. Now playing at Lincoln Center Cinemas in the Upper West Side, Fri, May 19, 2017.
The Argentine conductor talks about conducting, Tango, the immigrant experience, and the ends of the world before conducting the world premiere of Martín Palmieri’s Tango Credo at David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center
A lot of U.S. American culture began as Jewish culture in New York City.
Monday November 9, 2020
Nazi paramilitary forces and civilians attacked Jewish communities on November 9-10, 1938
GREENWICH VILLAGE through Thu, Jan 31, 2019 ~ This unprecedented screening of the award-winning documentary at 350 venues in 55 countries and Facebook Live marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Not Jewish? It’s even more important to watch. Jewish documentary movie.
LINCOLN SQUARE, Sat, Feb 11, 2017, WORLD MUSIC INSTITUTE, Spanish flamenco live music ~ The leading flamenco producer explores the Sephardic, Arabic, and Romani origins of Flamenco
The Jewish homeland is a sacred place for Christians, Muslims and Jews.