Soul to Soul Concert - Saturday, February 17

Online ticket sales are now closed.
Tickets available for purchase at the door.
Doors open at 7pm

In honor of African-American History Month

we proudly present for the first time in Pittsburgh the


During the darkest days, we sing. When light shines upon us, we sing. While seeking justice and answers, we sing. This musical tradition is one shared among African Americans and Jews for centuries.

SOUL TO SOUL, produced by NYTF, is a multi-media concert exploring the narrative arc of two peoples and their struggles to find freedom in this country. Melding the musical traditions of two communities - from spirituals, jazz, Civil Rights Era anthems to Yiddish traditional and theatre songs from the Great American Songbook – this show celebrates their respective cultures and commonality with poignancy and passion and is sung by brilliant performers with careers spanning from Broadway to Pulpit.

Stay for a post-show talkback with the cast and creative team and a historical presentation about Jewish and Black musicians in the Hill District.

You can also “Pay It Forward” - This option is a donation, not a ticket.  Your kindness will enable others to attend.

Ample street parking available on Center Avenue and side streets.  Limited handicap parking in back of theatre. Security on site. Bags and persons subject to search. Handicap seating available.

Congregation Beth Shalom / Derekh would like to thank the following funders for their invaluable support: