November
12

November 12

Frank Sinatra’s Jewish Songbook

Frank Sinatra’s first mega-hit, “I’ll Never Smile Again,” was the plaint of Ruth Lowe, a Jewish pianist and songwriter from Toronto — and the superstar’s success over the next half century included an almost endless parade of hit tunes composed by other Jews, from Rodgers and Hart to Jule Styne, Cy Coleman and Frank Loesser.

This concert, created exclusively for The Streicker Center by Scott Siegel, producer of more than 400 major musical events all over the world, will highlight Sinatra’s Jewish classics, including “My Funny Valentine,” “Luck Be a Lady,” “The Best Is Yet to Come,” “It Was a Very Good Year” and “New York, New York,” among many others.

Thursday, November 12
 | 
6:30 pm
 | 
Free
Free

A VIRTUAL EVENT

We are happy to offer these webinars free of charge in these challenging times and hope you enjoy them. Any contribution to support our efforts is appreciated.

Thursday, November 12
 | 
6:30 pm
Free
Free

Frank Sinatra’s first mega-hit, “I’ll Never Smile Again,” was the plaint of Ruth Lowe, a Jewish pianist and songwriter from Toronto — and the superstar’s success over the next half century included an almost endless parade of hit tunes composed by other Jews, from Rodgers and Hart to Jule Styne, Cy Coleman and Frank Loesser.

This concert, created exclusively for The Streicker Center by Scott Siegel, producer of more than 400 major musical events all over the world, will highlight Sinatra’s Jewish classics, including “My Funny Valentine,” “Luck Be a Lady,” “The Best Is Yet to Come,” “It Was a Very Good Year” and “New York, New York,” among many others.

A VIRTUAL EVENT

We are happy to offer these webinars free of charge in these challenging times and hope you enjoy them. Any contribution to support our efforts is appreciated.

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