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Music & Dance: Celebrate the Living Arts

Performing Arts at The Weinstein JCC are an important part of our cultural offerings. Live musical and performances are held throughout the year and offer a range in style and technique to ensure there’s something for everyone.

The Art of Dance

The Weinstein JCC celebrates the grace and beauty of dance with a calendar filled with don’t-miss events. Patrons of the Arts are guaranteed tickets and enjoy access to members-only receptions and other events.

Music Comes Alive

The musical performances of the Weinstein JCC are truly unforgettable cultural experiences, with a range of styles and a number of venues. Patrons of the Arts are invited to attend private receptions and members-only performances within our music program.

Check back in August for information on next season's dance and musical offerings!

2017-18 Season

POA Season Kick-Off ~ Tararam: Israel’s Stomp


Tararam is a blend of rhythm, movement, and with interwoven with tightly choreographed body drumming sequences; a true synchronized orchestra of recycled instruments! The creative performers produce extraordinary sounds from ordinary objects such as tin cans, metal and plastic barrels, wooden chairs, spoons, industrial tools, vocals, and live music. Tararam has successfully made its way into the heart of Israeli culture by offering audiences an exciting and inspiring theatrical/musical/dance experience. The artists communicate with the audience in the international language of rhythm!

Sponsored by Allianz World Partners

Post Kick-Off Reception Sponsored by Chris and Marc Greenberg and Blackwood Development

An Evening with Susan Greenbaum


Richmond’s beloved singer/songwriter Susan Greenbaum will present a concert packed with songs by the great Jewish songwriters of the Rock 'N' Roll era and beyond!

Sponsored by Lynn and Jay Schwartz 

Post-Event Dessert Reception Sponsored by Claudia and Steve Biegler

POA Season Finale ~ Israel’s 70th Birthday Celebration with the Richmond Symphony


The Center is thrilled once again to partner with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra to present a musical celebration of Israel’s 70th Birthday! Following the success of last season’s Itzhak Perlman concert and the previous year’s Voices of Survival, both held at the Carpenter Theatre, we are excited to welcome the Symphony back to the Weinstein JCC’s Sara Belle November Theater. Featuring special guest and famed Israeli soprano Yacobi Nofar, the program for the evening will reflect a wide range of classical, musical theatre, Hebrew and Jewish liturgical music and more!

For more information about music at the Weinstein JCC, contact Cultural Arts & Jewish Education Director Erin Mahone at 545-8644 or emahone@weinsteinjcc.org.