Thursday, June 16 | 7:00 pm
Carnegie Institution for Science
1530 P St NW
Washington, DC 20005
YouTube sensation The Maccabeats’s hit videos “Candlelight” and “The Purim Song” have been viewed over five million times.
The Yeshiva University a cappella group has performed on Good Morning America and CBS2 and has been featured by CNN, The Washington Post, the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and many others. They will perform an eclectic repertoire of Jewish, American and Israeli songs.
"Without a doubt, The Maccabeats have certainly ensured their status as the best acappella album to hit the shelves..." - The Commentator
Partner: 16th Street J’s EntryPointDC program for young professionals
Co-sponsor: Young Leadership of The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington
This performance is funded by the Arthur Tracy “The Street Singer” Endowment Fund. Honoring the memory and musical legacy of Arthur Tracy—the renowned radio, stage and screen singer and entertainer whose talent delighted millions around the world—the arts programs supported by this fund continue Tracy’s ability to entertain for years to come.
See the entire Festival line-up at wjmf.org!