Sagit Zilberman performing Songs of Peace Sept. 21

Sagit Zilberman is performing a free concert at the George S. Woods Community Center on Friday, Sept. 21.

The Driscoll Public Library is proud to bring internationally acclaimed musician Sagit Zilberman to Devine on Friday, Sept. 21 at the George S. Woods Community Center at 6:30 pm.
Originally from Israel and residing in the US for the past 10 years, Sagit allows her cultural roots to mix with her audience’s favorite songs. Sagit plays a myriad of enticing instruments such as the Swiss Hand-Pan, a steel drum that produces magical harmonies, a simple recorder, and her jazzy saxophone.
Sagit received her Bachelor’s of music from Berklee College of Music in Boston while also being an instructor/facilitator for four years. Currently, Sagit leads a variety of workshops on healing vibrations of music and guided meditation. The workshop offers healing sounds, familiar music that connects cultures, ages, and peoples, and Israeli circle dancing. Sagit sees music and cultural heritage as tools for mindfulness and encouraging unity. She has performed in over 50 church and community centers in Poland, Germany, and Ukraine, echoing the musical sounds and lyrics of her native Israeli-Jewish traditions.
Sagit’s program, Songs of Peace, tells the story of a little boy who grows up in Africa. As he makes his way through different countries, he realizes he wants to return home. It’s an imaginary story about independence, appreciation for nature, life, wit and wisdom, rhythm, listening to our passions, our hearts and bodies communing with others along the journey.
The Driscoll Public Library is excited to present Sagit and her program, Songs of Peace, to the city of Devine and surrounding communities on Sept. 21. Admission is free and all ages are welcome.