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Bellissima: A Musical Evening of Romance, Drama and Intrigue

 

 

 TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON PRESENTS:

 BELLISSIMA-A MUSICAL EVENING OF ROMANCE, DRAMA AND INTRIGUE,

INCLUDING OPERA, BROADWAY AND MORE

 

Boca Raton, FL (October 20, 2022) Temple Beth El of Boca Raton  will present Bellissima: A Musical Evening of Romance, Drama and Intrigue, including opera, Broadway and more, on Sunday, January 8, 2023* at 7:00 pm at their Schaefer Family Campus in east Boca Raton. The concert stars Temple Beth El Cantorial Soloist Michelle Auslander Cohen along with her friend, esteemed New York Cantor David Katz for a night filled with passion, drama and all of the incredible music that goes along with it!

Cantor Katz is a member of the “THE THREE JEWISH TENORS” along with Cantors Alberto Mizrachi and David Propis. He has sung with the Houston Grand Opera Symphony with the late Marvin Hamlisch conducting, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as well as many other prominent Orchestras throughout the United States.

I am excited to welcome the phenomenal tenor Cantor David Katz to our temple. Cantor Katz and I are looking forward sharing beautiful music including opera classics from Verdi and Puccini to Broadway favorites from Leonard Bernstein and much more!” says Cantorial Soloist Michelle Auslander Cohen.

Reserved Benefactor Seating $100

Preferred Seating $40

General Seating $20

Students $10

Tickets are available online now by visiting  https://www.simpletix.com/e/bellissima-a-musical-evening-of-romance-dr-tickets-115729#smtx-click or call 561-391-8900 for more information.

*NOTE: This is a rescheduled date from November 2022 – anyone holding tickets for November 6, 2022  who wish to attend the rescheduled date, will have their tickets honored on January 8, 2023.

 

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