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DAVID GROVER WITH GROVER’S GANG
AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM
ON SUNDAY, MARCH 28
New York, NY - The Jewish Museum will present a Passover concert for families by David Grover with Grover’s Gang, on Sunday, March 28 at 2 pm. Singer/guitarist David Grover’s folk sound for the 21st century will entertain adults and children alike. Children can celebrate freedom and dance to such songs as The Matzah Song, Go Down Moses and Man Come Down to Egypt. Grover's Gang also features singer/bassist Kathy Jo Grover, singer/drummer/guitarist Mike Sacco, and Charlie Tokarz on woodwinds.
Tickets are $16 per adult; $11 per child; $13 adult Jewish Museum family level member; and $9 child Jewish Museum family level member. This concert is for children ages 3 to 9. Adults are asked to accompany their children. For further information regarding family programs at The Jewish Museum, the public may call 212.423.3337. Tickets for programs at The Jewish Museum can now be purchased online at the Museum’s web site, www.thejewishmuseum.org.
David Grover writes, performs and records music for children and adults. He was named 2009 Best Singer-Songwriter by the Berkshire Eagle, ahead of James Taylor and Arlo Guthrie. His PBS special, Chanukkah at Grover's Corner, a show teaching children of all faiths about Hanukkah, has won several awards and is shown yearly on many PBS stations. This multi-award winning artist and Grammy and Emmy nominees has been compared to Mr. Rogers, Paul Simon, James Taylor and Raffi. He has performed at the White House, the Goodwill Games and on The Today Show, and appeared with the Detroit and Rhode Island symphonies. David Grover and Grover's Gang are a favorite at theaters and festivals throughout the country.
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The Edgar M. Bronfman Center for Education’s school and family programs are supported by endowed funds established by the Bronfman Family, the Muriel and William Rand Fund, the William Randolph Hearst Foundation, the Helena Rubinstein Foundation, Rosalie Klein Adolf, the Kekst Family, and Mrs. Ida C. Schwartz in memory of Mr. Bernard S. Schwartz. We thank the following for their generosity: The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, Estate of Lore Ross, the Kekst Family, MetLife Foundation, J.E. and Z.B. Butler Foundation, JPMorgan Chase, May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc., Joseph and Joan Cullman Foundation for the Arts, Alpern Family Foundation, The Pumpkin Foundation at the request of Joseph H. and Carol F. Reich, L’Oreal USA, Inc., Rose M. Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust, Mary Raymond, Michael Tuch Foundation, Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, Jewish Community Youth Foundation, The Jewish Museum Volunteer Organization, and other donors. We gratefully acknowledge public support from: New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York City Department of Youth and Community Development, New York City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Council Member Daniel R. Garodnick, Council Member James F. Gennaro, the Office of Council Member Mark Weprin, the Office of Council Member Brad Lander, the Office of Council Member Karen Koslowitz, and other City Council Members.
About The Jewish Museum
Widely admired for its exhibitions and educational programs that inspire people of all backgrounds, The Jewish Museum is the preeminent United States institution exploring the intersection of 4,000 years of art and Jewish culture. The Jewish Museum was established in 1904, when Judge Mayer Sulzberger donated 26 ceremonial art objects to The Jewish Theological Seminary of America as the core of a museum collection. Today, the Museum maintains an important collection of 26,000 objects—paintings, sculpture, works on paper, photographs, archaeological artifacts, ceremonial objects, and broadcast media.
Museum hours are Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, 11am to 5:45pm; Thursday, 11am to 8pm; and Friday, 11am to 4pm. Museum admission is $12.00 for adults, $10.00 for senior citizens, $7.50 for students, free for children under 12 and Jewish Museum members. Admission is free on Saturdays. For general information on The Jewish Museum, the public may visit the Museum’s website at http://www.thejewishmuseum.org or call 212.423.3200. The Jewish Museum is located at 1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street, Manhattan.