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Community invited to Congregation Sinai America Sings Folk Concert

Congregation Sinai will host an exciting America Sings Folk Concert with music from the 50s, 60s and 70s starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday night, May 18, at 1200 West Broad Street, Groveland, FL 34736. This concert is open to the entire community. 

Sinai spiritual leaders Joe and Lynn Goldovitz will provide musical entertainment for all ages. The Goldovitz first met as teenagers singing and playing together in a Rock 'n Roll band. Throughout all this time, music has been their life-long passion. The music that has influenced them is varied. They enjoy performing American Folk Music, while Classic Rock 'n Roll and Oldies have always been a fun part of their signature repertoire. Their unique vocal blend is energetic and yet has the feel of the very familiar. They also have a very complete and creative repertoire of special Israeli and Jewish folk music.

Joe plays acoustic guitar and sings. Lynn is a strong vocalist, who plays electric bass and folk harp. They continue to perform at community events across the USA as well as internationally. Some of their career highlights include performances at the Governor's Mansion in Princeton, New Jersey and Ryles Jazz Club in Boston. They perform locally at Gateway Center for the Arts, the Deltona Art Center and many other Central and South Florida venues besides performing for private parties.

America Sings Folk Concert tickets are now on sale for only $20 per person. There will be free snacks and soft drinks, while wine will only be $2 per glass. For more email info@congregation-sinai.org.


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