After a packed house the past six years, Breslov musician Yosef Karduner is returning to Crown Heights for a Seventh performance, along with other performers, for an event benefiting the friendship circle of Brooklyn.
Yosef Karduner, world famous Israeli musician and performer, will be coming to Crown Heights this Motzei Shabbat (Saturday, October 28th) at 8:30 PM.
The past six years, Karduner played for a packed house in Crown Heights venues. The show received largely positive reviews and due to the demand, a new show has been planned for this year, at the Jewish Children’s Museum.
The show which will also include performances by musicians Aryeh Kunstler and Yudi Simon, is being organized by Menachem Reich while funds raised at the concert will benefit Friendship Circle of Brooklyn.
Karduner, known for his stirring melodies and legendary musical skills, is on a tour of the United States. His most famous song is Shir Lamaalot, a song he composed after his daily hitbodedut. The song has been covered by the likes of Lipa and Yishai Lapidot.
The event will begin at 8:30 PM and will take place at the Jewish Children’s Museum.
Advance tickets are $20, and $25 at the door.
VIP Tickets for $54 will include complimentary wine, food and priority seating.
Tickets are available at FCBrooklyn.com/Karduner.
The event is sponsored in part by: Benchmark Merchant Services, Basil, World Trade Copiers, Brooklyn Brokerage, Wine By The Case, and The Werde Ettelson Team.