Rochester Folkus: Bonnie Abrams & Allen Hopkins

When: Wed., Feb. 27, 7 p.m. 2019

Born in the Bronx, child of Holocaust survivors, Bonnie Abrams played Greenwich Village clubs as a teenager. Through careers as an environmental scientist, winemaker, and now a Holocaust educator, Bonnie kept writing and singing her songs, incorporating her family history and Jewish tradition, chronicling her life and the world’s events. Bonnie has recorded extensively –– her CD A Sudenyu of Yiddish Song is featured at the National Holocaust Museum in DC –– and performed throughout the region, with her guitar and the world’s biggest alto voice. Twenty-eight years ago, she partnered with Allen Hopkins.

Price: $10