Arvada Center and Chabad of NW Metro Denver present The Hasidic World of Art/Music

ARVADA, CO — The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities continues its cultural partnership with the Chabad of NW Metro Denver on March 14 at 7:00 pm to present The Hasidic World of Art/Music: A Moving Musical and Art Experience, featuring the art of Rabbi Yitzchok Moully.

Simultaneously multi-disciplinary and spiritual, this thought-provoking event will feature the art of rabbi and artist Yitzchok Moully. The evening features a performance by the Red Rock String Quartet of intriguing and soulful melodies with a narration that will illuminate the deeper meaning of the music and melodic connections to the world of Hasidic Judaism. In addition, during the string quartet’s performance, Moully will spontaneously create new paintings to be revealed at the end of the evening. Prior to this performance, Moully will exhibit his work in the lobby of the Arvada Center.

The work of artist Yitzchok Moully explores the intersection of spirituality and the material world. With a background in Hasidic culture and training as a Rabbi, Moully brings a diverse background to inspire a unique palette of colors and ideas. Embracing his “hippie upbringing,” Moully has been dubbed the “Pop Art Rabbi.”

The Arvada Center is pleased to present this program through a continued partnership with the Chabad of NW Metro Denver. Founded by Rabbi Benjy and Leah Brackman in 2003, Chabad of NW Metro Denver has since become the onestop address for the needs of the Jewish community. Chabad offers a variety of multi-faceted programs including adult education courses, summer day camps, holiday awareness celebrations and more.

The Hasidic World of Art/Music: A Moving Musical and Art Experience
Arvada Center Main Stage Theatre
March 14, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. – Art Display begins in Theater Foyer at 5:30 and after the show
Tickets: $25 – $35
$10 Student tickets available at box office

To purchase tickets, and for additional details, click here or call the box office at 720-898-7200.

About the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities
Since its founding in 1976, the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities has produced, curated, and created national caliber arts, humanities and education programs. From producing award-winning plays and musicals, curating intriguing gallery exhibitions, and creating engaging educational programs for tens of thousands of students a year, the Arvada Center provides a place of enlightenment and entertainment for all people who visit. For more information on Arvada Center programs, visit or call 720-898-7200.

The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities is generously supported in part by the City of Arvada, the Scientific and
Cultural Facilities District (SCFD), Colorado Creative Industries, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

Benjy Brackman is the Rabbi/Executive Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster, Colorado.

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