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03/25/23Cape May, NJThe Queen Victoria
Time: 3:00pm.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:102 Ocean Street.Venue phone: (609) 884-8702.special afternoon house concert for guests of the Queen Victoria, by invitation only
04/01/23New Hope, PAPlayhouse Deck
Time: 6:00pm.Admission: no cover.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:70 S Main Street.Avi Wisnia performs at the Bucks County Playhouse riverfront restaurant bar; enjoy 3 sets of live music, 6pm – 9pm
04/06/23Glenside, PAThe Royal
Time: 7:00pm.Admission: $20.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:1 S Easton Road.Philly Songwriters In The Round concert series: featuring Avi Wisnia, John Byrne, Sylvia Fisher, and Annette Wasilik. Come experience a unique showcase of incredible songs, storytelling, collaboration and community. Avi Wisnia hosts this monthly concert series where 4 artists take turns performing an eclectic variety of songs and reveal the stories behind them, while also speaking to the unique perspective that comes with having strong connections to the vibrant Philadelphia music scene. Doors 6:30pm, Music 7pmBuy Tickets
04/10/23Washington DCCapital Yacht Club
Time: 6:00pm.Admission: PRIVATE EVENT.Address:800 Wharf Street to members only
04/12/23Glen Burnie, MDCommuniTea House Concert
Time: 7:00pm.Admission: $20 suggested donation.House Concert series featuring Avi Wisnia; if interested in attending, inquire to: houseconcert [at] aviwisnia [dot] comMore Information
Tour: My Polish Wisnia
04/13/23Philadelphia, PAWeitzman Museum of American Jewish History
Time: 5:30pm.Admission: $18 / $15 members.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:101 South Independence Mall East.Venue phone: (215) 923-3811.The documentary about how David Wisnia survived the Holocaust and his journey back to Poland with his grandson Avi is making its Philly Premiere at the Weitzman Museum of America Jewish History’s Dell Theater in Center City. The film “How Saba Kept Singing” features music by both David Wisnia and Avi Wisnia, plus a brand new original song composed for the film. The screening will include a Q&A with Avi Wisnia, and Sara Taksler, the film’s director. The program concludes with a special musical performance from Avi. All in attendance are invited to a casual post-film reception with the Wisnia family, including wine and food to celebrate the end of Passover. Doors will open at 5:30pm for a 6pm screening. General Admission tickets are available for $18, and $15 for members of the museum. This event is likely to sell out, reservations recommended.Buy TicketsMore Information
04/18/23Philadelphia, PARodeph Shalom
Time: 6:00pm.Admission: Sliding scale of $1 – $20.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:615 N Broad Street.HAMEC presents Remembrance is Resistance, an open discussion about Holocaust resistance and how modern remembrance is a form of resistance against antisemitism. The evening will include brief talks by Dr. Anne Parsons (UNC Greensboro) and Sister Judith Kathryn Parsons, PhD (Immaculata University) and a panel featuring Stacy Seltzer (3GPhilly), Felicia Alexander (Jewish Genealogical and Archival Society of Greater Philadelphia), and Liat Rosov (Temple University Hillel). The evening will end with a performance by Avi Wisnia. Light refreshments will be provided. Tickets are limited and on sale until April 10 at 11:59PM.Buy Tickets
04/18/23USPBS Broadcast Premiere
Time: 10:00pm.Tune in to the national broadcast premiere of HOW SABA KEPT SINGING: “Musician David “Saba” Wisnia believed that he survived the horrors of Auschwitz by entertaining the Nazi guards with his beautiful singing voice. Join David and his grandson Avi Wisnia as the pair embark on a journey exploring the mystery of Saba’s past.” The documentary will air on Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day at 10pm ET/ 9pm CT (Download the PBS app on your phone, tablet, or TV streaming device and access programs with PBS Passport. Check local listings for broadcast details in your area.)Buy TicketsMore Information
04/19/23Long Island, NYCinema Arts Centre
Time: 7:00pm.Admission: $20 / $15 members.Address:423 Park Avenue, Huntington.Award-winning songwriters Avi Wisnia and Rachael Sage share the stage for this featured concert evening; the monthly Hard Luck Café concert series is presented by the Folk Music Society of Huntington and hosted at the Cinema Arts Centre’s Sky Room Music 7pm – 10pm, a community open mic precedes the concert; Tickets are $20 ($15 for Cinema Arts Centre/FMSH members) and can be purchased in advance online or at the Cinema Arts Centre box officeBuy Tickets
04/22/23Philadelphia, PAThe Rittenhouse Hotel
Time: 9:30pm.Admission: no cover.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:10 West Rittenhouse Square.Venue phone: 215.546.9000.Avi Wisnia performs live at the grand piano of The Library Bar, within The Rittenhouse Hotel; enjoy 3 sets of live music (9:30pm – 12:30am)

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