JMM Annual Meeting featuring Levyosn’s Lullaby

JMM Annual Meeting featuring Levyosn’s Lullaby


May 24 2023
, 6PM- 8:30PM

Join the JMM for our 2023/5783 Annual Meeting, followed by a live musical performance from Levyosn. The event will include celebration of the Museum’s work this year, approval of the incoming Board slate, and a dessert reception before the music begins.

Levyosn is a Boston-based trio featuring musicians Adah Hetko, Lysander Jaffe, and Kaia Berman-Peters. Taking their name from the Ashkenazi Hebrew word for the Leviathan, a mythical sea creature, Levyosn performs original and traditional Yiddish, Hebrew, and Sephardic songs in finely crafted and harmony-rich arrangements. They will perform songs from their debut album Levyosn’s Lullaby, share the cultural context of the songs, and give listeners the chance to sing and dance along.

Listen to Levyosn’s latest release above.

The performance is part of Material/Inheritance: Contemporary Work by New Jewish Culture Fellows, our current exhibition, which features 30 artists whose work has been supported by the New Jewish Culture Fellowship (NJCF), a national arts fellowship that advances the work of groundbreaking Jewish artists.

  • 5:30 PM / Doors and gallery open 
  • 6:00 PM / Annual Meeting and preview of music
  • 6:30 PM / Dessert reception
  • 7:00 PM / Levyosn’s Lullaby, a musical performance by Levyosn

You can visit to learn more about the show and the featured artists. You can learn more about the New Jewish Culture Fellowship at

Admission is free, but capacity is limited–you can register for the event here

Face masks are recommended, but not required in the Museum building. Masks are available at the front desk for visitors who wish to wear one.

White background with Chartreuse border. Illustration of a Leviathan in chartreuse and olive green. The right top has text in olive green and magenta pink reading "Levyosn, Jewish Museum of Maryland, May 24, 2023, 7:00 PM." At the bottom left is the logo for Material/Inheritance. The bottom right side of the graphic is a photograph of the band, Levyosn, and it has a magenta pink shadow around it.

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