When: Thu., July 6, 6 p.m. 2017
“Jews have been wandering for thousands of years. The music has changed as they moved,” exclaims one woman in the documentary The Wandering Muse. From an Argentinean bar to rural Uganda to a party in Montréal, Canada, this 2014 film takes viewers around the world in an exploration of Jewish identity through music. Filmmaker Tamás Wormser is on hand for a Thursday screening, kicking off the second annual Stowe Jewish Film Festival. A prescreening dinner and a concert by pianist and harmonica player Jason Rosenblatt and trombonist Rachel Lemisch — both featured in the film — set the stage for this cinematic celebration of culture.
Price: $15 for dinner and concert, $10-15 for film.