At first, you might want to kick
a citizen – Beerthoven director Daniel Swayze
, in this case – for making such an atrocious pun as "HeBrews" for this beer-fueled showcase
of "music of Jewish descent." But then, listening to the celebratory sounds of klezmer, to the meditative music of Yom Kippur, to the memorializing songs of the Holocaust, you'll be so moved by the beauty and power that you'll more likely want to toast the man's curatorial savvy. Bonus: Rabbi Neil Blumofe
of congregation Agudas Achim
will recite poetry to the music of Viktor Ullmann
Jan. 25-27. Fri., 7:30pm; Sun., 3pm. $10-20.