Manchester Jewish Museum's synagogue
£16 Full Price
£15 M8 Members
£15 MJM Members
£0 Personal Assistant (book with concession)
“Irresistible sound, music that defies any musical genres” John Osborne, JAZZ FM
Following on from her sold-out 2022 Synagogue Nights show, Noga Ritter comes back to Manchester with a newly released album. With songs sung in both Hebrew and English, Noga weaves intimate and personal stories into a compelling narrative of social-global issues.
Her debut solo album “Ima”, released in May this year, features 14 incredible musicians, including the award-winning artists Seckou Keita on Kora, Byron Wallen on trumpet, Tony Kofi on saxophone and produced by Liran Donin.
Come listen to Noga’s new songs, tracing influences from her upbringing, travels and encounters and sing-along to the firm favourites. Expect an electric and captivating show and get moving to these irresistible sounds!
Watch Noga’s performance on BBC One TV to get a flavour of what to expect!
Noga Ritter – vocals
Giuliano Osella- percussion
Tomer Eldor- piano
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
The recommended age guidance for this show is 14+. The event will begin at 7PM and finish at 8:30PM.
Doors to the museum will be open from 6pm. The museum’s Café will be open for food and drinks before the show. Please note that food and drinks can not be taken into the synagogue, so please allow enough time before the performance.
Our building includes step free access to the entrance via a ramp and accessible gender neutral toilets. The synagogue is also wheelchair accessible. Click HERE for more Access information. If you have any additional access needs, please e-mail email@example.com in advance.
We are just a 15 minute walk from Victoria Station and Manchester’s Green Quarter. Click HERE for information on travelling to the museum.