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Breath in a Ram’s Horn: The Jewish Spirit in Classical Music with Daniel Asia

Sunday, March 11, 2018 • 24 Adar 5778

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM


Renowned classical composer Daniel Asia brings you Breath in a Ram’s Horn: The Jewish Spirit in Classical Music, an audience-interactive presentation that delves into the mysteries of Judaism and classical music, their interrelationships, and includes a deep listening of his award winning music.

DATE: Sunday, March 11
TIME: 4:00pm
VENUE: Beth El Congregation (Victor & Lillian Gross Memorial Chapel)
COST: $18; Students & Under 18 are FREE
RESERVATIONS: phone 330.864.2105 or online at

This concert is generously underwritten by the Osherow Family Foundation.


“Daniel Asia is a genuine creative spirit, an excellent composer,... He is a welcome addition to the roster of our strongest group of living composers." Elliott Hurwitt’s Schwann Opus review of the composer’s compact disc, IVORY

“Daniel Asia's Black Light... purveyed the new hedonism-a sensuous approach to sound and a generous exploitation of instruments--that makes orchestras want to schedule such music and listeners pay to hear it.” B.Holland, New York Times review of the composer’s orchestral work, BLACK LIGHT

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