New York has always been recognised as a hot bed of great Jewish talent and to further cement its position, the Museum of Jewish Heritage is hosting an evening devoted to the next generation of performing Jews.
From music to comedy and from poetry to film, the July 19th event at the Sarfra Hall features some of the most promising Jewish talent around.
"Our museum is going to put on a wonderful program bringing together some of the brightest Jewish talents in New York City. Artists, musicians, filmmakers, poets, and many more will be represented," said a spokesman for the Museum.
The billing for New York’s Best Emerging Jewish Artists includes frum rapper Y-Love, DJ Handler, comedian Lenny Marcus, musical comedy outfit What I Like About Jew and more.
Tickets cost a bargain $15 for members of the Museum and $20 to non-members and after the event, there's a party to celebrate the evening.
For more information: www.mjhnyc.org