Composer and Artistic Director
Judaic Sacred Music Foundation
Artistic Director and Conductor
Director, Orchestral Studies
Symphony No 1: Judaica (Days of Awe), by composer Steve Rothstein, is a newly commissioned symphonic work that incorporates melodies and motives from the Jewish new year liturgy (Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur). Each of the four movements takes you on a spiritual journey through the High Holy Days and features some of the most well known and beloved melodies in the Jewish tradition.
Concerto in F by George Gershwin, with guest artist Neal Stulberg, Director of Orchestral Studies, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, on piano.
Selections from Bernard Herrmann’s score to the 1958 Hitchcock masterpiece Vertigo.
The Judaic Sacred Music Foundation has secured 180 prime seats in the Fox Theater.
In addition to the concert, there will be a raffle to win an original hand-written first page edition of
Symphony No.1: JUDAICA (Days of Awe), inked, framed, and signed by composer Steve Rothstein.