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Shul on the Beach

End of Summer Concert & Art Show

Musical Performance by Zalman Krause and Ely Jaffe Art by Shlome Hayun, Hillel Smith, and Arvin “Rose” Sehati Doors open 5pm Concert begins 6pm (two sets, approx. one hour each)

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End of Summer Concert & Art Show
End of Summer Concert & Art Show

Time & Location

Aug 25, 2019, 5:00 PM

Shul on the Beach, 505 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA, USA

About the event

Shul on the Beach “End of Summer Concert & Art Show”

Doors open 5pm

Concert begins 6pm (two sets, approx. one hour each)


MUSICAL PERFORMANCE BY Zalman Krause and Ely Jaffe

ART by Shlome Hayun, Hillel Smith, and Arvin “Rose” Sehati

Tickets: $25

Price includes music, art, and light dinner fare!




Zalman Krause (Musician):

Zalman Krause is a Los Angeles and New York based acoustic pop musician and comedian who gained his fame on YouTube and is now paving his way with his new live band and soulful original music. Zalman currently tours throughout the United States and Asia and just released his new single, “Falling for You”. He has performed with Gad Elbaz, Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary and Grammy-winner C. Lanzbom of Soulfarm.

Zalman is best known for his serenading series on Youtube, racking in over 100 million combined views and 185,000 subscribers on his Youtube channel. He has collaborated with popular Youtube channels such as "Coby Persin," previously known as "Model Pranksters," "MaxmanTV in Malaysia," "MoeandET," "Rich Ferguson," "yesfunnyyes," "jinkiesTV," and "DennisCeeTV."

Zalman will be accompanied by Ely Jaffe, a blues guitarist who has performed with Moshav Band for the last decade and has written forty musical compositions of his own.


Ely Jaffe (Musician):

I'm Ely, and I'm a guitarist, striving to bring you great music of all kinds! I started playing guitar on my 15th birthday, borrowing an old acoustic from a good friend. He taught me my first chords, and due to massive knee surgery, I practiced for many hours on end while recuperating.

I mainly learned music by studying hundreds of songs with guitar tabs, eventually putting it all together with the help of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Van Halen, Joe Satriani, the Allman Brothers, and more! In the year 2008, I started my first youtube channel, and consistently uploaded dozens of guitar instrumental covers. It was something I found really fun to do, and totally loved the whole video thing! Due to the overwhelming positive response, I decided to start my new channel, ElyJaffeMusic, and take it to a professional level.

I now make high quality covers featuring my "singing" guitar, and include guests on vocals, guitar, drums, keyboard, bass, and the triangle of course!


Shlomo Hayun (Artist):

Shlome J. Hayun is a multi-media artist with a vast background in fine arts and music production. He has the great ability to see art in everything in life and creates unique pieces inspired by all around him. As a Los Angeles native and self-taught artist, Shlome has developed an unmistakable signature – one that bridges beautiful colored abstract design with elements of street and pop art. Shlome’s biggest inspiration is from G”d, the Creator of the heavens and earth and everything in between. With strong ties to his Israeli heritage, he draws from his spirituality and cultural roots to develop his own pieces infused with love and light.

King David said, “from all my teachers I have grown wise.” Shlome infuses teachings and lessons he has learned throughout his life and channels these into his music and art pieces.


Hillel Smith (Artist):

Hillel Smith is a graphic designer, marketing consultant, illustrator, and artist based in Los Angeles.

My parents tell me that when the other kids in kindergarten finished their art projects and went to play, I stayed at the art table lost to the world. I design, I draw, I paint, I stencil, I build, and I inflate. I create bold, exciting work with a wide range of clients, providing strategy and insight alongside eye-catching visuals. I help nonprofits promote their causes and communicate their messages. I craft presentations and litigation graphics for lawyers and law firms to visually convey attorneys' arguments and better inform and persuade their audiences. I develop brand identities for organizations and businesses to effectively connect them with their intended audience. I make attention-getting publicity materials for media events of all kinds. Whether it's brochures, t-shirts, posters, or invitations, chances are I can do it, and on your budget. And when it's warm enough, you can find me outside with a spray paint can in hand painting murals or a new art piece for a gallery somewhere. Best of all, I teach art and Jewish art history to children and adults, giving them the tools to introduce a little more color into their world. Get in touch and let's work together!

Find interviews and coverage of my work at Wallpaper Magazine, the Jewish Journal, the Jewish Journal again, Washington Jewish Week, Jewish News (Southern Virginia), Jewniverse, Chai-Zine, and Ritualwell.


Arvin “Rose” Sehati (Artist):

Arvin “Rose” Sehati is an artist and graphic designer.

At 25 years old, I have now been involved the world of art for close to 15 years. I was first introduced to art at a young age by my mother and grandfather. She was working towards a degree in Interior Design, and he was a retired surgeon from Iran who spent his free time writing poems in calligraphic Farsi and drawing landscape scenery. At the time I may not have known, but my grandfather’s passion for lettering and calligraphy is what steered me into the arms of graffiti.

I was born in 1994. But, in 2007, Rose was born. That year in 8th grade, I was introduced to graffiti and my entire world was changed forever. From that moment on, I no longer saw a wall as just a wall. Now, it was a canvas.

Learning how to bend letters into different shapes and different looks became an obsession of mine. In my classes, my notes looked more like a sketchbook than classwork. My teachers would confiscate my markers in attempts to discourage me from drawing during class, but the next day I would show up with more markers. Graffiti controlled my life for the next 7 years.

Fast forward to 2014, it was time for change. I no longer wanted to focus just on graffiti, but to hone in on my artistic abilities and expand my portfolio beyond only lettering and graffiti. In 2016 I sold my first commissioned painting and business has been booming since then.

I have always been a major advocate for collaborations with other artists.


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