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The Idan Raichel Project Oct 26, 2013 @ 8:00 pm Get Tickets »

Voted "Best Cabaret" by Connecticut Magazine

There's nothing like a Jorgensen Cabaret Series event for sheer enjoyment and relaxation. It's the best entertainment around in a cozy nightclub setting with candlelit tables on the floor. Sandwiches, dessert, alcohol and other beverages are available for purchase.

Doors open one hour prior to event.

  • The Idan Raichel Project
  • The Idan Raichel Project
  • The Idan Raichel Project
Music / World

Doors open at 7:00 pm 
Sandwiches, soup, salad, dessert, cash bar 

In 2003, an unusual song began airing on Israeli’s popular radio stations. With its haunting chorus in the Ethiopian language of Amharic and an exotic, global fusion sound “Bo’ee” became an instant crossover hit that catapulted The Idan Raichel Project to the top of Israel pop charts and turned a young dreadlocked keyboardist and producer into a household name in his native land. Soon, The Idan Raichel Project would become known around the world for its ambitious cross-cultural collaborations that changed the face of Israeli popular music and offered “a fascinating window into the young, tolerant, multi-ethnic Israel taking shape away from the headlines” (Boston Globe). Since the release of their first international album on Cumbancha in the fall 2006 The Idan Raichel Project have become global ambassadors representing a hopeful world in which artistic collaboration breaks down barriers between people of different backgrounds and beliefs.


The Daniel Pearl Foundation was formed by Ruth and Judea Pearl after their son Daniel Pearl was kidnapped and murdered by terrorists in 2002. The organization's mission is to promote cross-cultural understanding through journalism, music, and innovative communications.

Daniel Pearl was a violinist in addition to being a journalist. To honor his musical spirit and promote tolerance, Daniel Pearl World Music Days is a network of global concerts celebrated each year in October, (around the journalist's birthday). Daniel Pearl World Music Days uses "the power of music to promote tolerance and inspire respect for differences." The first Daniel Pearl World Music Days was held on October 10, 2002, and now yearly includes more than 8,900 performances in 119 countries. For more information go to

The Daniel Pearl Foundation is based in the United States.