JCC Arts & Ideas showcases innovative, world-class events, groundbreaking visual art and inspiring presentations that engage the mind, heart, and spirit.
Images: Remembrance – The Eva Schloss Story
June 14, 7pm | FREE with RSVP
Join us for a powerful one-woman show about Eva Schloss, the childhood friend and posthumous stepsister of diarist Anne Frank. Told in a retrospective style with accompanying multimedia, the show takes audiences through Eva’s life from her childhood in Vienna, Austria, through her harrowing days spent in Auschwitz to the present day as she travels the world speaking about her experiences.
Presented in partnership with the Center for Holocaust and Humanity EducationRSVP
Israeli Scouts Concert: Tzofim Friendship Caravan
July 2, 5:30pm | FREE with RSVP
Join us for this FREE, annual community concert filled with song and dance. The Israeli Tzofim Friendship Caravan once again brings excitement, energy, and friendship to North America with its live performance. The Caravan’s celebration of Israeli culture will resound with kids and families of all ages. These young Israeli performers are selected by many rounds of competitive auditions and spend a year rehearsing for their tour. Come enjoy this fun and upbeat community evening!
Presented in partnership with the Jewish Federation of CincinnatiRSVP
Pianist Alon Goldstein in Concert
August 25, 10:30am | Cost: J Member & CCO Festival/Flex Passholders: $12; public: $15
Alon Goldstein is one of the most original and sensitive pianists of his generation, admired for his musical intelligence, dynamic personality, artistic vision and innovative programming. He is the winner of numerous competitions, among them the Arianne Katcz Piano Competition in Tel Aviv, Nena Wideman Competition in the US, and the Francois Shapira competition in Israel.
Presented by Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra in partnership with the Mayerson JCCRSVP