Last Tuesday of the month at 1pm at the Peretz Centre, 6184 Ash Street. Doors open at 12:30pm. Complimentary snacks! Click here for upcoming screenings.
“Parisian apartments were built to last, they’re good buildings. The kind that don’t fall apart. The kind that survive centuries, indifferent to war, death, and collapse.” Human beings, on the other hand, are decidedly more fragile.
A janitor, who was at one time its actual conductor, masquerades as the conductor of the Bolshoi Orchestra and the Russian musicians who pose as the Bolshoi Orchestra in order to give a concert in Paris.
The Concert on 26th Aug 2018 7:30:pm, at Peretz Centre for Secular Jewish Culture