Polyphony Quartet Concert

The White Plains community will host, at Bet Am Shalom, a quartet of Arab and Jewish high school age musicians, under the baton of Polyphony co-founder Nabeel Abboud-Ashkar, who will treat us to a performance of classical music.

Polyphony helps bridge the divide and foster a more civil society by bringing together Arab and Jewish children in Israel, through music. They provide music education opportunities for young Israelis from all backgrounds.

Today, Polyphony is the fastest-growing music program in Israel, supported by popular international musicians like David Broza, Branford Marsalis, Ian Anderson, Zubin Mehta and Renée Fleming.

Adults $20
Children under 18 and students $12
All proceeds go to Polyphony.


For additional information email Alan Septimus.

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