Robert Greenberg
Performing Arts

Our 2023-2024 Season will include both virtual and in person programs. All programs are in person unless noted. Virtual programs will be streamed via Zoom and in person programs will be presented at the Levis JCC Sandler Center (unless otherwise noted).

Individual performances: VIP Reserved Seats: $40; General Admission: $30; Gold & Gold Plus Members: $25; Platinum Members: $20 (unless noted)

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LEVIS JCC SANDLER CENTER | 21050 95th Avenue S., Boca Raton, FL | 561-558-2520

*Important: please note that when arriving to our campus for evening and Sunday events, you must use the 95th Avenue S. entrance
(off of Glades Road between Lyons Road and 441).

Aaron Kula and
the Klezmer Company Jazz Orchestra

A Very Jewish Concert on Christmas Day

Monday, December 25, 4:00 pm
The concert is a celebration of famous Klezmer, Yiddish, Chassidic, and Israeli songs expertly arranged and influenced by American jazz, swing, and blues. Guest vocalists will join KCJO performing a range of songs featuring Jewish composers such as Irving Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Jule Styne, Stephen Sondheim and more.

Gershwin, Bernstein, & Sondheim in Song:
An American Legacy

Monday, January 29, 7:30 pm
These three composers left a legacy that is unparalleled by any other composer in the history of the musical theater. The performance will include beloved songs such as: Summertime, It Aint Necessarily So, I Got Plenty O' Nuttin, I Got Rhythm, Someone To Watch Over Me, Send In The Clowns, Side by Side, Tonight, One Hand One Heart, New York New York, I’m A Little Bit in Love, I’m So Easily Assimilated, and more.

American Jewish Radio Hour

Sunday, February 25, 4:00 pm
Welcome to a LIVE multi-media radio show broadcast. The concert offers vintage sounds of live radio commercials from New York City and Brooklyn radio stations such as WEVD, WVFW, WBBC, and WCNW. Music includes many standard Klezmer and Yiddish songs played in an American Jazz style reflecting the American swing music of that era.

Ari Axelrod

Life is a Cabaret: Ari’s Favorite Standards

Wednesday, February 28, 7:30 pm
An evening of standards. Well, not just standards — songs that are standards, songs that should be standards, and songs that will one day become standards. Compositions you know and love, served with a unique twist.

A Place for Us: A Celebration of Jewish Broadway

Thursday, February 29, 2:00 pm
Updated with new songs and arrangements!
Ari’s internationally acclaimed, award-winning show honors the songs and stories of Jewish composers and their contributions to American Musical Theater.

The Adams Family presents: The Magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber

Monday, January 1, 2:00 pm
Celebrate New Year’s Day with the Adams Family, as this astounding family of five virtuosic singers present “The Magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber. This collage of timeless classics includes songs from “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Sunset Boulevard,” “Evita,” Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” and “Cats.” This show will create a “Memory” to usher in 2024.

Gary Negbaur presents: Jazz, Blues and American Roots: Songs That Shaped Our Nation

Sunday, January 21, 2:00 pm
Nationally acclaimed pianist, singer, songwriter, and educator Gary Negbaur takes us on a musical journey that covers 100 years of American song from Jelly Roll Morton to Jimi Hendrix, from Ellington to Elvis, from Leadbelly to Hamilton, Gary Negbaur presents an interactive lecture and performance of jazz, blues and roots music, combining innovative arrangements of standards with unforgettable originals.

William Hindin presents: The Great Jewish American Songbook

Sunday, January 28, 2:00 pm
William Hindin is a pianist, singer, and educator who tours the country sharing his passion for the stories behind the music of the great era of the Jewish immigrants in America. Through his piano virtuosity and multimedia, he explains the Jewish role in developing American music of the 20th century. Hindin demonstrates the liturgical influences of popular American songs and tells the fascinating stories of the Jewish men and women who created them.


Sunday, February 11, 1:00 pm, Zinman Hall
These four performing Argentinian Hazzanim known as the ArgenTenors, consist of Gastón Bogomolni from West Palm Beach, Pablo Duek from Los Angeles, Elias Rosemberg from Boston and Ari Litvak from Mexico. The upcoming ArgenTenors concert will feature a medley of Jewish music from around the world mixed with Latin, Opera, Cantorial, Broadway, humor and more.

VIP Reserved Seats: $50 General Admission: $40 Gold & Gold Plus Members: $30 Platinum: $20

South Florida 10th Annual International Ladino Day: Suenyos de Sefarad – Dreams of Sepharad

Sunday, March 3, 2:00 pm
Presented by The Sephardi Federation of Palm Beach County in partnership with the Levis JCC Sandler Center
Featuring Sarah Aroeste and Susana Behar Performing together for the first time, these divas of Sephardic music transport us through the heart and soul of Ladino song.

Rachel Matz Hunter Presents Her One Woman Show: Take Two

Wednesday, March 6, 2:00 pm
Thursday, March 7, 7:30 pm
New York-trained actor and singer Rachel Matz Hunter presents her one-woman, Take Two, a journey through aspects of her colorful life told both in story and song. It’s all about the second chances that life sends our way … if we are lucky … and smart enough to recognize them! From Bernstein to Gershwin through Rodgers & Hammerstein to Sondheim. Take Two was directed by Broadway icon Faith Prince, who starred as Adelaide in “Guys and Dolls” and is a renowned director for cabaret artists.

Con Brio String Quartet and Piano

Sunday, March 10, 2:00 pm
Con Brio is an internationally- acclaimed string quartet comprised of Valentin Mansurov, Marina Lenau, David Pedraza and Aziz Sapaev. Each of these talented, young players has received numerous scholarships and competitive awards. Based in southeast Florida, they perform individually with the Symphony of the Americas, the Palm Beach Symphony, and the Florida Grand Opera. Con Brio has performed with orchestras throughout the continental United States and the world, including Mexico, Dominican Republic, Ukraine, Turkey and Uzbekistan.

The Borscht Belt comes to Boca: Featuring Comedian Lenny Dave and the Borscht Belt Museum

Thursday, March 21, 7:30 pm
Join us for a presentation by the Borsht Belt Museum and performance by comedian Lenny Dave who will perform his show "What's with the Jews?"

VIP Reserved Seats: $35 General Admission: $25 Gold & Gold Plus Members: $15 Platinum Members: Free

Lyonel Fils-Aime: A Day at the Opera

Sunday, March 31, 2:00 pm
Lyonel Fils-Aime is a charismatic and versatile singer, songwriter and record producer. He has performed with the Palm Beach Opera, St. Paul Episcopal Church and has toured in solo concerts throughout the country. He will be performing the great operatic arias with piano accompanist.

The Decotones Vocal Jazz Quintet

Sunday, April 14, 3:00 pm
Unlike an instrumental jazz combo, the Miami-based vocal jazz quintet sing their smooth jazz harmonies. Specializing in the Great American Songbook – all those wonderful songs from the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. Gershwin, Ellington, Jobim, Rodgers & Hart, and Irving Berlin in addition to Big Band standards and smoothe Latin sambas. Think Nat King Cole meets the Manhattan Transfer!

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