The New York Jewish Music Festival (NYJMF) is an amazing opportunity for musicians, ages 4 and above, to share their talent and explore the Jewish identity and heritage in the performing arts.
The NYJMF consisted of 2 parts: Audition in order to select the participants for the main event and the main event, which took place on June 7 and was open to the public.
Participants have been recognized with certificates, medals, and cash prizes for outstanding performance during the NYJMF and the public has enjoyed a wonderful afternoon of music. Special guest of the program included David Serero, an internationally recognized French actor and baritone.
The event took place on June 7, 2015 at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space with approximately 1oo people in attendance.
Event Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1651478198405484/
Eugene Plotkin New York Jewish Music Festival Eugene Plotkin was born in Belarus and immigrated to the United States with his family in 1995. He graduated from the NYU Stern School of Business with a degree in Finance and currently works as a Business Manager at one of the largest global advertising networks in the industry. Eugene is also a Vice President and Co-Founder of Forte International Music Competition and Festivals, Corp., a nonprofit organization dedicated to discovering and developing talented musicians through competitions, festivals, and other performing opportunities.
COJECO was formed in 2001 as an umbrella organization for grassroots community organizations of Russian-speaking Jewish immigrants in New York to make their voices heard and respected. Today we represent over 30 such member organizations, including young adult leadership groups, Holocaust Survivors, professional associations, arts & culture organizations, and social justice groups.
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