Argentinian-born performer, educator and cantorial soloist, Karina Zilberman's popular Friday and Saturday morning musical program at 92nd Street Y, is now on the CD, 92Y Shababa™ with Karina.

The CD features a mix of English, Hebrew and Yiddish Shabbat-themed songs, including traditional folk tunes, well-known contemporary Shabbat songs, and two originals written by Zilberman and 92nd Street Y music teacher Paul Williams, with children and adults from the 92Y community contributing their talents.

The musicians (with the exception of keyboard/piano/organist Oded Lev-Ari) are all 92Y School of Music faculty: Randy Crafton, percussion; Rafi Malkiel, trombone; Amie Weiss, violin; Paul Williams, guitar/voice. The children’s choir is: Jakob Albanese, Gabriel Caplan, Natalie Caplan, Julie Levey, Nina Morse and Zoe Woolrich.

The CD also includes a Shabbat story, told by international renowned storyteller and author Peninnah Schram, who has taught storytelling workshops at 92nd Street Y for decades.


Click here to see Shababa member Alona enjoying her 92Y Shababa™ CD.

Cover photograph by Adrienne Chandler© 2008


"Arram Sam Sam"


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