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Multi-Instrumentalist, vocalist, composer Yoni Battat in free album release concert

Presented by Jewish Arts Collaborative at Back Room at The Boston Synagogue, Boston MA

May 25 2022
Multi-Instrumentalist, vocalist, composer Yoni Battat in free album release concert

On break from the year-long national tour of the Broadway hit “The Band’s Visit”, musician Yoni Battat performs a new album in concert.

Celebrating the release of his upcoming album, “Fragments,” Yoni Battat shares a collection of original and traditional melodies surrounding his Iraqi-Jewish identity. With lyrics in Arabic, Hebrew and English, the music utilizes Arabic modes and rhythms with an ensemble of traditional Arabic instruments. Gathering the broken pieces of his fragmented identity, Yoni conjures the senses to fill in the gaps in memory with the richness of music and imagination.

Yoni Battat is a Boston-based

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ADMISSION INFO

The event is free and also streaming online. Register for tickets and streaming at

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LOCATION

Back Room at The Boston Synagogue

55 Martha Road, Boston, MA 02114

COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details

Face Masks Required: Yes
Limited Capacity: Yes
Reservations Required: Yes
Proof of Vaccination Required: Yes

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