Thank you to my new friends in Australia, the GreenBrook Singers for their glorious rendition of Pass Over. They made my song more beautiful than I could ever imagine.
please watch the video HERE and share their beautiful creation
Avi Wisnia performs at The Barnes Museum Philadelphia. He will present two showcases of original music, plus the premiere of a multi-media performance piece featuring the music of his grandfather, renown cantor and Holocaust survivor David S. Wisnia.
Art For All is an afternoon of performances and talks by local Philadelphia artists, curated by Small but Mighty Arts; this showcase includes dance, music, and films that celebrate our collective ability to create, challenge, and change; admission is free, and visitors have access to the collection and Berthe Morisot exhibition; this entire event is 1pm – 4pm, Avi Wisnia presents two showcases of original music and compelling storytelling, 2:45 pm & 3:35 pm
Sunday, November 4
this event is free and open to all ages
visit the tour page for more information
As i was performing at the American Folk Art Museum in NYC, i noticed a man in the front row with a giant pad on his lap, sketching. After the show, he came up to me and revealed his finished artwork. “I tried to swing with your music as I was rendering you.” Music in Motion. Thank you, Benedict Pensato!
Ladies & Gentlemen, I am both excited and sorry to tell you that the Saturday Nov 16 performance at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown PA is now COMPLETELY SOLD OUT!!! We are at capacity, all tickets have been reserved, and there will be no more seats available for this show.
If you were planning on attending the event and are bummed out you did not get tickets this time, please message me on FB or via email, and I’ll put you on a list to get notified of the next Philly-area show before anyone else.
There will be video, so you will be able to see this great show in this unique setting in a few weeks.
I will also be live tweeting what I’m eating in the green room before the show…
Artomatic 2012 is a month-long art festival in the DC area that is “by artists, for everyone.” It is absolutely free to the public. This year’s event is in a former office building that’s slated for demolition. It features 10 floors of art by more than 1,000 artists: Visual art, music, performance, film, fashion, and more. Workshops, tours, seminars and other events are held all month long. No matter what kind of creative events you like, you will find something for you at Artomatic. Avi Wisnia will preform on the main music stage during the opening night of Artomatic 2012.
Friday, May 18
6:30pm – 8:00pm
doors at 6:00pm
1851 S. Bell Street