February 17, 2021
The Milken Archive is, by design, many things to many people. For some, it is a library preserving the musical legacy of the Jewish people in America. For others, it is a resource for understanding and connecting to Judaism, Jewish culture and history.
February 09, 2021
Our first new album in five years is now available for purchase or free streaming on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music and most major digital music platforms. Many great stories start when a hero speaks up or acts—often at great personal risk—against injustice in the status quo.
January 26, 2021
The Milken Archive is proud to announce that we are releasing a *new album on February 5th: I Will Not Remain Silent - Reach Out, Raise Hope, Change Society by Bruce Adolphe*.
December 08, 2020
Hanukkah starts at sundown this Thursday, Dec. 10th, and there is much to celebrate—and to contemplate—this year. We thought we'd share a few of highlights with you.
December 03, 2020
It's an exciting day for the future of Jewish music in America and around the world. With a generous grant from Milken Archive founder Lowell Milken, UCLA has opened North America’s first permanent academic home for the study of music of American Jewish experience.
November 17, 2020
Hanukkah is a time of miracles and a celebration of justice. It's a holiday that reminds us how important it is to stand up, even against overwhelming odds, for freedom, rights and equality—themes that have been powerfully relevant in 2020.
October 21, 2020
Tovah Feldshuh hasn't let the COVID pandemic slow her down. The star of stage and screen has used the time to continue telling her story—and that of her mother—in a new book currently in the works.
October 06, 2020
When maestro Kenneth Kiesler worked on the Milken Archive recordings with composers like David Schiff, David Amram and Paul Schoenfield, he couldn't anticipate the many profound effects it would have on his life and career.
September 02, 2020
Whether you’ll be attending Rosh Hashanah services in person or virtually this year, one thing will hold true as it does with every service: the Sh’ma will be recited.
August 05, 2020
There are moments of convergence in history that seem to be at the intersection of the past and present when—especially in the arts—all things are possible and everything is questioned. Fifty years ago in 1970, American Jewish culture and Jewish sacred music hit just such an inflection point.
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