The 4th annual “An Evening with FRIENDS” of Jewish Senior Life in Memory of Jeffrey Zaslow will be returning to the Berman Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, November 16 at 7 p.m. This memorable evening will feature concert pianist David Syme with special guests Temple Israel’s Cantor Michael Smolash and the Hillel Day School choir in support of JSL’s FRIENDS program. FRIENDS of Jewish Senior Life supports the mission of Jewish Senior Life of Metropolitan Detroit and is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for older adults in the Metropolitan Detroit Jewish community by providing financial support and resources for social, educational, spiritual and cultural programs. “We are thrilled to welcome internationally renowned pianist David Syme back home to Detroit for his only local performance,” shared FRIENDS of Jewish Senior Life Director Leslie Katz. “This is our premiere fundraiser for FRIENDS. The event will be a celebration of great music and spirit and proceeds will support programs and services that benefit JSL residents.” Ticket prices at $36 and $54. There’s also a $118 exclusive patrons event ticket, which includes a private reception with David Syme and a signed CD. For more information and to purchase tickets, please call Director, FRIENDS of JSL, Leslie Katz at 248-592-5062 or visit, www.jslmi.org/events/annual-jeff-zaslow-media-event
$36 - $118
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