Folksinger Alejandra Czarny Performs Under the Stars at Next@19th 2/18/12

Folksinger Alejandra Czarny Performs Under the Stars
Saturday, February 18, 2012 at 8:00 p.m.
137 NE 19th Street
Miami, FL 33132
$12 for adults and $10 for students, seniors and artists
Tickets available at

Next @19th delves into the many facets of Miami’s diversity with Alejandra Czarny, a local Argentinean and Jewish folksinger. With Alan Reyna on percussion, Alberto Miranda on bass and special guest pianist Dr. Alan Mason, associate professor of music at Barry University, she will perform songs that capture her South American and Jewish roots in a singular, acoustic style. Refreshments include Next@19th’s signature Guava Rugelach Cocktail with L’Chaim Vodka and delectable Guava Rugalach pastries.

“As an arts organization, we think of ‘Moving Jewish Culture Forward’ as a culturally layered experience,” said Jenni Person, Director of Next@19th. “Music is an amazingly universal platform that allows us to combine many genres, and gives the listener the opportunity to create his or her own personal relationship with the sounds that touch them the most.”

On stage for more than 20 years, Czarny has recorded two CDs with Yiddish songs (“Under the White Stars” and “Songs about Songs”), which include both traditional and original compositions. Performing several of her own pieces inspired by Latin American rhythms in Spanish, her rich background as a musician, radio host and music therapist in Buenos Aires and as Music Director at Temple Sinai in Hollywood, FL spotlights the many cultural intersections of South Florida.

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