Aging Schmaging

The Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County presents “Aging/Schmaging: A Celebration of the Ages,” with singer/songwriter Naomi Miller, Sunday, May 22, at 2:00 PM. Admission for this hybrid concert is $8 for members and $10 for non-members.

For more information or to make a reservation for the in person concert or ZOOM information call the Museum at 732-252-6990 or visit the website at

Like Dolly Parton, Chita Rivera, Carole King, Bette Midler, Tina Turner, and Gloria Estefan, a few performers celebrated in her brand-new show, nothing keeps Naomi Miller down!

Naomi has invented the word “schmaging” to define performers who are 60 years old and above and who are still going strong, still hot, and still got what it takes.

In addition to the divas, Naomi also sings the songs of divos—Tony Bennett, Paul McCartney, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, and Neil Sedaka. She celebrates schmaging with some original and Broadway tunes.

Miller has been performing since grade school, when she was discovered while singing in the acoustically tiled walls of the mikveh run by her parents for Paterson's Jewish community. Born in Landsburg, Germany, in a displaced persons camp after the War, Naomi's first language and first love was Yiddish. As she grew up to the sounds of the Jewish shows on WEVD radio, Naomi dreamed that one day she, too, would be on radio.

The songs from her first hit recordings, Yiddish is in My Genes, Keeping Our Dreams Alive, From Klezmer to Broadway, and From Broadway to Klezmer, are played on Jewish radio shows daily throughout the country.

The Museum is delighted to host her marvelous performance in person and via Zoom for our members to enjoy! Funding is made possible in part by a general operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a Division of the Department of State, through grant funds administered by the Monmouth County Historical Commission.

The Jewish Heritage Museum is located in the Mounts Corner Shopping Center, at 310 Mounts Corner Drive, at the corner of Route 537 and Wemrock Road (between the

CentraState Medical Center and Freehold Raceway Mall).

It is on the second floor of the historic Levi Solomon Barn.

The JHMOMC is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Now open to visitors by appointment, the Museum is handicapped and assistive-listening accessible. Masks and vaccinations are required.


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