Join us for "Baruch Does Broadway"
featuring show tunes on Feb. 18
Enjoy an afternoon of memorable Broadway show tunes, "Baruch Does Broadway," featuring the music of Temple Beth Shalom of the West Valley Cantor Baruch Koritan, Jo Anne Magden and Sharon Friendly.
The show will begin at 3 p.m. Feb. 18 at Temple Beth Shalom of the West Valley, 12202 N. 101st Ave. in Sun City.
Cost is $20 per person if paid in advance by Feb. 14 or $25 at the door. For advance reservations, follow the link to Zeffy.com to pay or mail a check to the Temple, 12202 N. 101st Ave., Sun City, AZ 85351. Questions? Email email@example.com .
Dedicate a Broadway Song to Your Loved One
Broadway songs can be dedicated to someone you love for $50 each! At the “Baruch Does Broadway” show on Feb. 18, Cantor Baruch Koritan will announce your song dedication and give a little background about the song. By Feb. 14, you can pick which song you want to dedicate, note who you want to honor and make the payment online by going to this Dedicate a Song link on Zeffy.com or by mailing a check to the Temple, 12202 N. 101st Ave., Sun City, AZ 85351. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Performers
Cantor Baruch Koritan
A Philadelphia-native, singing on stage since age 4, Cantor Koritan has sung opera, jazz, and regional Broadway shows, including the title role in the Arizona premiere of "Sweeny Todd" and was Lancelot in "Camelot." He sang Mozart in Vienna and at the Scottsdale Center. An award-winning composer and pianist, he has performed his own compositions at cantors' conventions internationally. He taught about Broadway for the Bureau of Jewish Education, Scottsdale for over a decade.
Jo Anne Magden
A native of Utica, New York, Jo Anne has performed leading roles in “Sound of Music,” “HMS Pinafore,” and "Die Fleidermaus" among others in Phoenix, Flagstaff and Iowa. She also sings in classical concerts and religious services.
A Toronto native, Sharon sang on the Canadian version of "Your Hit Parade" and square-danced with Gordon Lightfoot on the King Ganam Country Show. She was Senior Ms. Arizona in two different pageants, singing opera and Broadway hits, and is a cantorial soloist.