Our mission, to promote and restore the music of the Eastern European Jewish community, and our concerts, have attracted the praise and support of a large and appreciative audience. The nature of the unique repertoire of the Nigun Ensemble serves as a natural bridge between the Russian Jewish community and the local community at large. All programs of the Nigun Ensemble are free and open to the public or have low cost.
Your support is very important for presenting innovative educational concert programs.
To support the Nigun Ensmble's programs please contact the artistic director, Yelena Neplok,
at (617) 527-2180 or
A tax-deductible contribution may be sent to:
Jewish Educational and Cultural Center Makor
1845 Commonwealth Ave. Brighton, MA 02135
Memo: Nigun Chamber Ensemble