100 Voices – October 22

Sunday, October 22, 2017
4:30 p.m.
The Maple Theater, Bloomfield Hills

Jewish and Polish cultures, once interwoven for centuries, reunite for an unprecedented and poignant event of remembrance, healing, resilience and rebirth in 100 Voices: A
Journey Home.
The documentary, directed by Danny Gold and Matthew Asner, is a
celebration of song, faith and tradition. This one-day exclusive showing will offer a unique
and moving look at the intertwined Polish and Jewish history and culture, highlighting its
current resurgence in this momentous first journey back since World War II.

Featuring the personal reflections and musical performances of some of the world’s finest
Jewish cantors and showcasing the talents of acclaimed composer Charles Fox (“Killing Me Softly,” “I Got a Name,” “Ready to Take a Chance Again”), 100 Voices: A Journey Home demonstrates the positive power of music, its ability to heal hearts and to connect people. To kick off the film, Hazzan David Propis will introduce the film he appears in, and
will answer audience questions immediately after the film.

Presented by the Empty Nesters and supported by The Morris and Beverly Baker
Foundation, 100 Voices: A Journey Home will inspire viewers of all cultures and
generations as they experience this touching exploration of the Jewish culture that helped
produce one of the most artistic and educated societies in all of Europe.

Tickets are available at CSZ beginning Tuesday, September 5, 2017 for $10 per person through the month of September, after which the price increases to $12 per person. Click HERE to reserve online at CSZ. Tickets are also available through the box office of The Maple Theater and online at www.themapletheater.com starting October 2, 2017.


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