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Yavneh Middle School students traveled to Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School with our Middle School friends from Ronald C Wornick Jewish Day School to see a showing of “Saul & Ruby’s Holocaust Survivor Band” as part of the Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival (SVJFF).
Before the film, they had the honor of hearing from 97-year-old Saul Dreier, Founder Holocaust Survivor Band, Hot Kugel. He had a chance to address the students and to answer the many student questions afterward. Hausner was kind enough to host our students for lunch and recess after the film.
Many thanks to Maia Elder-Kedar and Jody Passanini from Hausner and Tzvia Sheleff from the SVJFF.


You can get the full Saul Dreier experience too!

Jewish Silicon Valley invites you to enjoy a memorable afternoon performance by 97-year-old Saul Dreier, Founder of the Holocaust Survivor Band.

October 23rd at 4:00 pm in the Addison-Penzak JCC Auditorium

Join Saul Dreier and the Hot Kugel band, to celebrate life, strength, and music through the Jewish songs that lived with us for many years. The program will feature traditional Klezmer tunes, Eastern European melodies and Yiddish songs. The evening will open with an intimate interview, conducted by Ruth Litwin, Chair of the Healthy Aging Committee at Jewish Silicon Valley.


About Saul Dreier:

Saul, a Holocaust survivor from Poland, moved to Florida after World War II. At age 89, he decided to start the Holocaust Survivor Band, a klezmer band to keep alive the music he grew up with, and through the music, to memorialize those who perished in the Holocaust. Joined by Ruby Sosnowicz, also a Holocaust survivor from Poland, the band was invited to play around the world. A documentary of this amazing journey has been shown at many film festivals including the Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival (SVJFF) in 2020. Click here to view the trailer.



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