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Sattler Concert 2024

When You Believe: Jewish Broadway and Beyond

Please join us for a trip down Broadway led by our very own multi-talented actress and singer, Bayla Whitten Feuerstein. Prepare to be dazzled by her voice and sparkling neshama on Sunday, March 3 at 7 p.m.

Concert Rebroadcast Ticket

Click here to purchase, $20

For those of you who were unable to join us for this year's David Sattler Memorial Concert, we are excited to offer a link to a concert rebroadcast. An email will be sent out with the link once it is available.

Please note that this rebroadcast ticket is not tax deductible.
For those of you who purchased a ticket prior to March 3rd, you will be sent a link to the rebroadcast at no charge once it becomes available. If you have any questions about the rebroadcast, please contact Hazzan Dienstfrey.

Image credit: Bayla Whitten Feuerstein

Bayla Whitten Feuerstein

Bayla Whitten Feuerstein is an award-winning actress and singer who is also a home-grown talent, having grown up here at Agudas Achim. She was accepted to the Royal Academy of Music in London where she earned her Certificate in Vocal Performance. She later transferred to The London School of Musical Theatre after realizing that her passion was for musical theater rather than classical performance. She spent several years performing in London after signing with Burnett Granger Crowther, one of the top agencies in the city.
Bayla eventually returned to the states and has since performed in productions at Signature Theatre, the New York Musical Theatre Festival, and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. She is also the lead vocalist for local band, Bittersweet.
Outside of her performance work, Bayla works as a surgical coordinator and medical scribe. She is married to Joshua Feuerstein. Together, they have two children.

About the Sattler Concert

The Sattler Concert is Agudas Achim's annual music event held in honor of the late and beloved David Sattler z"l. David was president of Agudas Achim Congregation (2001-2003), a real mensch, and music lover. During his life, he wasn't shy about expressing his great passion for the melodies of the Hallel services to the songs of the Beatles. Even during the long illness that eventually took his life at the age of 58 in 2017, music brought David peace and pleasure.
The Sattler Concert seeks to spread David's love of music to the members of Agudas Achim and the wider Alexandria community. Whether you knew David or not, we hope that the music that is shared through the Sattler Concert will inspire you to engage, commit, and lead the community with the love and care we strive to pass along to the next generation.
Sun, April 14 2024 6 Nisan 5784