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Wintersongs with Kitka and special guests Cookie Segelstein and Joshua Horowitz
Wintersongs is Kitka’s critically-acclaimed and wildly popular December concert offering. For centuries, communities around the world have utilized the power of collective singing to summon warmth, cheer, and spiritual connection to sustain themselves through the challenges and uncertainties of the coldest and darkest season. Returning to the stage after nearly two years of pandemic separation, Kitka’s reunited voices will joyfully bestow musical blessings for health, hope, peace, good fortune, and the return of the light as the Winter Solstice and New Year draw near.
Cookie Segelstein (violin & viola) and Joshua Horowitz (cimbalom & chromatic button accordion) will accompany Kitka on two Jewish tunes and on two non-Jewish tunes, and will play an instrumental.
Saturday, December 4, 1pm, The 222 Performing Arts Center, Healdsburg,
Saturday, December 11, 8pm, Freight and Salvage, Berkeley
Both evening shows are sold out, but some tickets might become available as folks exchange evening tickets for matinee tickets, or cancel if they are feeling under the weather.