Sunday, October 16, 2022
10:30 – 11:30 am EDT
Dance to the upbeat folk-pop tunes of Suzi Shelton and her special guest Fyütch as they share melodies that celebrate nature and family such as "Magnolia Tree," "River Come Down," and Suzi's hit "Raindrop," along with Fyütch's acclaimed "Family Reunion." As the Jewish holiday of Sukkot concludes, soak up this heartfelt gathering of musicians to joyfully honor the natural world through song.
Enjoy a free copy of Suzi Shelton's album Hand in Hand at the end of the concert!
About the performers:
Suzi Shelton is a multi-award winning singer/songwriter based in Brooklyn, NY who has been recognized as a voice in indie family music for more than two decades. She has four solo albums under her belt, and produces a popular weekly livestream show on her Facebook and YouTube Channels called "Sing with Suzi - a joyful show for little kids" featuring a diverse array of special guests that The New York Times declared as "a life-saver for parents during these challenging times at home."
Fyütch is a Grammy-nominated music and social justice artist, educator and content creator of choice for live events, corporate workshops, Pre-K-12th grade classrooms, assemblies, and residencies. His work has been seen on the TODAY Show, New York Times, PBS, and TEDx. He uses Hip-Hop, spoken word poetry, and visual storytelling to create unique all-ages experiences that promote racial equity and liberation.
$18 General; $14 Jewish Museum Family Members.
Includes Museum Admission.
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Doors to the concert will open at 10:15 am.
After the concert, come to the 4th floor studio to enjoy our free monthly Drop-in Art Workshop for families.
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