Mandel JCC Cabaret Series: Noah Budin with David Budin and Ed Ridley, Jr.

Submitted by Where4ARThou on Fri, 10/24/2008 - 11:02.
11/15/2008 - 20:30
11/15/2008 - 22:30

Saturday, November 15 at 8:30pm

Stonehill Auditorium, The Mandel Jewish Community Center of Cleveland
26001 South Woodland Rd, Beachwood OH 44122

Tickets $15
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The Mandel JCC presents the second in a year-long series of Saturday night performances featuring the best of the region’s artistic talent as singer/songwriter Noah Budin performs an eclectic mix of music with guitarist David Budin and pianist Ed Ridley, Jr.

The multi-talented Noah Budin is a singer songwriter, guitarist, recording artist, actor and storyteller. He has released two CDs of original music (Hallelujah Land: Songs of Faith and Freedom and Metaphor), is a veteran of the Chicago-based a capella music and comedy group, “Four Guys Standing Around Singing,“ and has performed in Cleveland’s production of Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding and in The Mandel JCC’s recent production of Brooklyn Boy. Budin will perform with his brother David Budin, who has shared the stage with such diverse artists as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison and Buddy Miles, and pianist Ed Ridley, Jr., who has accompanied Aretha Franklin, Lauryn Hill, and Walter Hawkins among others.

The Stonehill Cabaret Series continues in the spring with the talent of Tikvah Company of Artists Modern Dance Ensemble (Saturday, April 18, 2009 at 8:30 pm) and Helen Welch & Trio: A Tribute to Jewish Lyricists and Composers (Saturday, May 9, 2009 at 8:30 pm).

The 2008-09 Mandel JCC Arts & Culture season is made possible, in part, with generous funding from Roe Green and The Green Arts Fund of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland. Media support is provided by The Cleveland Jewish News. Speaker and guest accommodations are provided by Marriott Cleveland East.

The Mandel Jewish Community Center of Cleveland builds and strengthens Cleveland’s entire Jewish Community by providing exceptional programs and services that enhance Jewish continuity and Jewish identity in four key program areas: Health, Wellness and Recreation; Early Childhood Education; Camping; and Cultural Arts, which are central to the mission of JCC’s nationwide. Membership to The Mandel JCC is open to all. The Mandel JCC is a non-profit social service agency that receives funding from the Jewish Community Federation and the United Way.

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