Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.
Please note: if you are not an OFJCC member and would like to purchase children's tickets for this show (at the same price as members), please use the following promo code in lieu of a membership number in your shopping cart: 2017121
The Oshman Family JCC presents Prokofiev’s timeless piece Peter and the Wolf. The children’s story is narrated and accompanied by a live orchestra and delightful multimedia.
Recognizing the many cultures represented throughout the Bay Area, a different narrator and language will be featured at each of the orchestra’s four performances, helping children connect in an engaging way with their culture and exposing them to the language of their parents and grandparents, whether it’s Russian, Hebrew, Mandarin or English.
After the performance, from 11:15 AM–2:30 PM, enjoy the 'instrument petting zoo' in the Schultz Cultural Arts Hall lobby.
Narrator Ilan Vitemberg was born and raised on Kibbutz Megiddo in the Israel Valley in Northern Israel. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of the District of Columbia, with a degree in Theatre Arts focusing on the use of drama in Informal Education. For the past 20 years he has been working with children, teens and adults both as a formal and informal teacher.
In 1999, Ilan moved to the San Francisco Bay Area where he immersed himself in finding new, creative ways to teach Judaism, Israel and Hebrew to people of all ages. Between 2002 and 2006, he was the director of the Diller Teen Fellows program and a Teen Program Consultant at the Bureau of Jewish Education in San Francisco. Currently he is the Director of the Israel Education Initiative and Director of Education Support Services at Jewish LearningWorks. Ilan lives in Oakland with his husband Peter with whom he also acts and performs as a member of the Up A Tree Puppetry duo.
Saturday, January 21
$25 General Public | $18 Members and Kids (all ages)
Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
Contact: Ilanit Gal | (650) 223-8649 | [email protected]