A Besere Velt—A Better World—is a multigenerational chorus, sponsored by the Boston Workmen’s Circle, singing in Yiddish and other languages to preserve culture and fight for social justice. No auditions, no knowledge of Yiddish required.
Open rehearsals offer an opportunity to participate in a working rehearsal before deciding whether to make a commitment for the year. Membership opens only once a year.
Our songs grew out of the shtetls, the ghettos, the camps, the sweatshops, and union meetings. They speak of freedom, equality, and building a better world.
Our shows have given chorus members amazing opportunities to be a part of transformative artistic experiences as we sing for a better world.
If you have questions, contact Andy Strauss, email@example.com
Event Location: Boston Workmen’s Circle
1762 Beacon St, Brookline, Massachusetts, 02445
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