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Community Campfire Concert with Rick Recht

Sunday, November 29, 2020 at 5:30 pm

Gather round the virtual campfire to get s’more of that Jewish summer camp feeling with this interactive musical gathering online, hosted by nationally renowned Jewish musician, Rick Recht. Hear inspiring stories from summer camp experiences, sing Jewish songs, and join in blessings led by members of the Baltimore Jewish community. Virtual admission is FREE and fun for all ages!

Tune in online and register to pickup a free family participation kit that will include materials, activities, and ritual items relevant to the theme of the concert. Available while supplies last, until Noon on Sunday, November 29th.


About Rick Recht:
One of the most celebrated Jewish artists of our time, Rick Recht is widely recognized as a pioneer of the Jewish rock music genre, elevating the medium as a powerful and effective tool for developing Jewish pride and identity. Recht is the founder and executive director of Jewish Rock Radio, the founder of PJ Library Radio, and has also been the PJ Library National Music Spokesman for the past 10 years. In 2010, Recht founded Songleader Boot Camp (SLBC), one of the top leadership training programs in the North America. Recht resides with his wife, Elisa, and sons, Kobi and Tal, in St Louis, MO where he serves as Artist in Residence at United Hebrew Congregation. Learn more at

Part of the JCC's interactive Virtual Community Concert Series. Please Note: Originally planned as a hybrid event with both virtual and in-person options at our drive-in Gordon Outdoors venue, this concert event is now being offered as virtual-only with FREE admission for all particpants. Tune in online with us!  While our hope was to be able to sing-a-long with many of you in person, please know that we are there in spirit with you in your homes as you sing and dance along.