Today’s times unites all of South Bay and Long Beach together virtually for a 2-part streaming Hanukkah event with Los Angeles’s klezmer-rock band, Mostly Kosher. Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation (TOCA) has partnered with the Richard & Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center at CSULB to co-present a streamed on-demand concert for the 8 days of this Jewish holiday premiering December 10th, 7:00pm PST. The virtual event culminates in a LIVE, multi-city Candle Lighting celebration on December 17th, 8:00pm PST.
Eight Mostly Kosher Days: A Hanukkah Concert
BEGINS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10TH, 7:00PM PST
$25 per ticket
$40 VIP ticket includes :
Lighting the Lights of the Bay:
A Live Candle-lighting with South Bay & Long Beach Cantors
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17TH, 8:00PM PST
The On-Demand concert will premiere a sneak preview of tunes on Mostly Kosher’s new album, including the song “Let’s Think About a Holiday”, a single born from collaboration with Urban Voices Project, a choir of individuals surviving homelessness from Skid Row. Music will range from traditional Judaic folk songs to holiday chestnuts, as well as original rock songs oscillating between themes of social justice and unabashed celebration.
The Candle Lighting event, hosted by Mostly Kosher, features the cantors of local Jewish communities to immerse audiences in the story and songs of Hanukkah. This event invites families to learn about the traditions of the holiday of lights and join in lighting the seventh candle of Hanukkah as a united community.