Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015 at 7:00pm
YIVO Institute at The Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street
Acclaimed singer musician Judith Berkson presents arrangements of music from the YIVO sound archives, including from unreleased and rare recordings from Eastern European cantorial singing from the “Golden Age” of Cantors. Berkson, Frank London, Lana Cencic, and Cleek Schrey, reinterpret the sounds of Chagy, Karniol and Sophie Kurtzer. Berkson has composed new music inspired by the YIVO sound collection.
The New York Times has written: Of Judith Berkson’s CD Oylam: “Standards and Schubert and liturgical music, swing and chilly silences…I can’t get enough of it.”
For more information and to buy tickets, visit the YIVO website: yivo.org/berkson
The Leib Glantz Project Team announces that the website of the LEIB GLANTZ PROJECT is now up and running on the Florida Atlantic University website.
This following last year’s publication of the 500-page book THE LEIB GLANTZ PROJECT that included three audio compact disks.
You can gain access to this website by logging on to: https://rsa.fau.edu
The website is defined as “Sound ‘n Scores” – a project of the Recorded Sound Archives at Florida Atlantic University Libraries in Boca Raton. It is a unique online approach to music studies, which combines the experience of hearing recorded sound tracks while viewing corresponding sheet music.
The website contains 43 Leib Glantz compositions, organized into seven content areas in the order they are performed in Jewish prayer services.
Displayed pages of over 100 scores of new arrangements composed by several world famous musicians, many by Raymond Goldstein in collaboration with Cantor Naftali Herstik.… CONTINUE READING >
Anshe Emet’s annual Kaplan Concert will honor Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi and his 25 years of service to the synagogue. The concert will include performances from world famous Hazzanim who will be in Chicago for the annual Cantors Assembly.
Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi
One of my goals as incoming President of the Cantors Assembly is to find ways to meld the traditional modes and magnificent music of our past with more contemporary melodies and musical interpretations.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 13, 2015
Anshe Emet Synagogue announced that its 13th Annual Dr. Arnold Kaplan Concert will be a musical celebration that will include participation from Hazzanim (Cantors) from all over the U.S. in honor of Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi’s 25 years of service to the Congregation and his installation, that evening, as president of the Cantors Assembly, the largest body of Cantors in the world.… CONTINUE READING >
Booking is now officially open for the ECA Budapest Cantors Convention
July 2014: Thursday 10 – Monday 14th.
Guest teachers: Asher Hainovitz and Yaakov Motzen
Subject the High Holydays
Convention includes Shabbat Services in the Hungarian tradition, a concert by world class cantors and an evening for young talent to perform. It also includes a Tour of Jewish Budapest and a personal tour of the Dohány Street Synagogue on Sunday afternoon.
Fees: full fee is £245 and for students it is £145. Some scholarships are available particularly for Eastern European delegates. There is a £15 discount on all bookings before 30 April.
This year the prices include (as well as breakfast and light lunches) Shabbat lunch and dinners on Thursday, Friday and Sunday for delegates. Accommodation is not included, but for early bookers there is a special discount price at the Convention Hotel: The Golden Park, which is near the synagogue.… CONTINUE READING >
Congregation Rodeph Sholom’s Senior Cantor, Rebecca Garfein, Associate Cantor, Shayna De Lowe and Cantorial Intern, Ben Ellerin will commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Kristallnacht-“the Night of Broken Glass”, with the rarely performed and glorious music of renowned Viennese Cantor, Salomon Sulzer and Berlin composer, Louis Lewandowski at 6p.m., Friday, November 8, 2013 during Shabbat services. Also featured will be the newly commissioned song-cycle, “Perhaps a Butterfly,” composed by Eliot Bailen in memory of Cantor Garfein’s great-grandmother, Settchen Feist who after being sent to Theresienstadt, subsequently perished in Auschwitz. The song-cycle utilizes four poems written by children of Theresienstadt.
Rodeph Sholom’s Organist, J. David Williams and an augmented professional choir, will accompany the cantors. Kristallnacht occurred exactly 75 years ago on the night of November 9, 1938 and marked the beginning of the Holocaust.… CONTINUE READING >
RJ.org has a blog column by Lisa Levine, The Music of Un’taneh Tokef, from June http://blogs.rj.org/blog/2013/06/06/the-music-of-untaneh-tokef/.
Lisa Levine is the Cantor of Temple Shalom in Chevy Chase, MD. Her original
compositions are published by Transcontinental Music.
Her website is:http://www.cantorlisalevine.com/ with links to her audio and sheet music downloads through oysongs.com. Among other publications is her Soulful Shabbat Ruach Band Book which is “an entire original Shabbat evening service by Cantor Lisa Levine, written for the choirs, bands, and congregation…”
The European Cantors Association is delighted to announce the next European Cantors Convention.
It will take place in London, at Central Synagogue, from Monday 17 to Thursday 20 June 2013, followed by a Shabbaton 21/22 June. The convention will open with a concert on Monday 17 June.
The Guest cantors will be the incredible composer, practitioner and educator Sol Zim from New York, and the outstanding teacher / practitioner who proved so excellent and popular last year Yehezkel Klang from Israel.
This convention is for practicing prayer leaders of all backgrounds, for choirmasters and choristers and for congregants – and for anyone interested in the music of the synagogue. The subject will be Shabbat Unwrapped: We will be working in small groups with our guest teachers to uncover everything you need to know about the music of Shabbat services.… CONTINUE READING >
Jewish music has been in the concert halls for a while. Many tapes are finding their way to YouTube. Example here is: Mi Sheberach, 12th Annual Cantorial Concert, West Palm Beach, FL 1997, for Cantor, Chorus and Orchestra.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
FREE concert featuring the JTS Cantorial School Chorus, directed by Hazzan David Tilman and accompanied by Elizabeth Rodgers, singing Cantorial classics, Israeli and modern Jewish art music, and Chanukah favorites (and a few surprises!)
Wine and cheese reception to follow the concert, hosted by Temple Gates of Prayer.
Please come out and support the next generation of Hazzanim and other lovers of Jewish music.
Complimentary valet parking is available in the synagogue parking lot.
Temple Gates of Prayer in Flushing NY is 20 minutes from Manhattan by car, about 4 miles from the Whitestone Bridge and 10-15 minutes from the Triboro.
Temple Gates of Prayer is accessible via the Flushing-Main St station of the #7 subway (3 blocks), or by a 17-minute ride on the LIRR Port Washington Branch to Flushing-Main St (5 blocks).… CONTINUE READING >
Here’s another way, with liturgical texts from the Siddur, (Reform, Conservative, Orthodox and Kulanu)… http://kakatuv.com/index.html that has Hebrew text, transliteration and translations overlays in pdf format. These are on printable sheets and have page numbers corresponding to popular siddurim. After you have the texts, you can also get the music at Siddur Audio: http://www.sidduraudio.com/links.html
The Cantorial Association in France has a website that tells about their organization, including listening clips from their various recordings, both CD and DVD, a photo gallery of activities and concerts, listings of concerts with posters, and biographical listings of various cantors. http://www.apacfrance.net/home.php
Ashbourne Music Publishing is a liturgical and secular publishing house specializing in Jewish music –“contemporary music anchored in Jewish tradition” –as their slogan indicates. The publishing house features the music of several outstanding composers including Charles Davidson, Temple Painter and Max Wohlberg. The website offers access to information about the composers, and the music via CDs, DVDs, scores and books and articles. Featured are music for chorus, wedding music, solo voice and musical dramas. Also published are several important volumes of cantorial music, which have been endorsed by some of the most famous cantorial authorities in America.
Date: Friday, January 28, 2010
Time: 6PM – Erev Shabbat Services; 7:15PM – Film Viewing
Price: Free, open to the community
Contact: Cantor Rebecca Garfein,
Telephone Number: 646-454-3030
Artist/Speaker: Cantor Jacob Mendelson
Event Description: Cantor Jacob Mendelson will lend his magnificent voice and
neshama (soul) to Erev Shabbat Services, followed by a viewing of his award winning
film, A Cantor’s Tale, and a question and answer session. On Saturday, following
the 10AM Shabbat Service, Cantor Mendelson will demonstrate and discuss the styles
of Cantors from the Golden Age, introduce his family zemirot (songs) to the
congregation, and explain that the DNA for hazzanut is contained therein.
100 Voices: A Journey Home Encore Screenings November 11 Jewish and Polish cultures, once interwoven for centuries, reunite for an unprecedented and poignant event of remembrance, healing, resilience and rebirth in 100 Voices: A Journey Home.
Check the website for a theater near you: http://www.100voicesmovie.com/
“FILM PICK OF THE WEEK. A reason to rejoice. . . A warmhearted documentary. . . The tour footage is emotional. . . “
— Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
“A remarkable visual tour of Jewish Life in prewar Poland. . . “
— Tom Turgend, Jewish Journal
“A profound expression of the healing power of music. . . deeply affecting. Glorious simply as a concert film, but immeasurably more.”
— Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
“Powerful, rewarding and inspiring. These voices will lift you.”
— Pete Hammond, Boxoffice Magazine
A website, Chazzunes has gathered numerous YouTube videos of various cantors from historical images as well as the current day and listed them alphabetically by the name of the hazzan. It also has links and ads for events and recordings of cantors and you can follow entries on twitter or facebook. Chazzunes for the modern age. http://www.chazzunes.com/
Deborah Katchko-Gray announces the release of the compilaton Katchko: 3 Generations of Cantorial Art, featuring the music of Adolph Katchko, and including a CD of music sung by Cantor Katchko-Gray. The book is a combination of scholarly articles about the lives and work of Cantor Adolph Katchko (1866-1958) and CantorTheodore Katchko (1927-1997) and music. Essays on the nature of the cantorate, and transcripts of talks given by the cantors, as well as still photos from the film “The Voice of Israel”, family memorabila, letters, programs, and testimonials, all lend to the interesting archival presentation in the work. In addition to this background material, the important musical works of Adoph Katchko are presented in score with guitar chords in “female friendly” vocal ranges. These vocal arrangements by Deborah allow this music to become available to everyone, including modern female cantors who wish to sing the music of the “Golden Age” of cantors.… CONTINUE READING >
Kultur Festival 2009: Keynote Tradition & Transformation, 1 Mar 2009 FAU Libraries & Klezmer Company Orchestra Present
Kultur Festival 2009
A Celebration of Jewish Music & Arts
February 25-March 1, 2009 @ Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL
The ‘Prince of Kosher Gospel,’ Joshua Nelson, at
Congregation Rodeph Sholom, Manhattan
The ‘Prince of Kosher Gospel,’ Joshua Nelson, will perform
during the 6p.m. Shabbat Services, Friday, October 17, 2008 at Congregation Rodeph
Sholom, Manhattan. Cantor Rebecca Garfein, Senior Cantor of Congregation Rodeph
Sholom along with Assistant Cantor, Shayna Peavey and the Rodeph Sholom Children’s
Choir, will join Joshua Nelson in soulful song to kick off Rodeph Sholom’s annual
Mitzvah Marathon Weekend.
The Fourth Annual Cantorial Concert is being held in Ocala, Florida.
This year’s exciting theme, “Israel at 60:
Melodies of Milk & Honey,” is part of a world-wide, year long celebration of
Israel’s 60th birthday. Presented by Temple Beth Shalom and starring Cantor/Rabbi Samuel Dov Berman, this community wide concert will be held at
4:00 pm on Sunday, March 9, 2008, at the Appleton Museum of Art, 4333 NE
Silver Springs Blvd. in Ocala.
This unforgettable musical event to benefit the programs and activities of
Temple Beth Shalom, will highlight 60 years of Israel’s musical gems.
Featured performers include guest cantors & cantorial vocalists, Cantor
Harold Orbach of Detroit, Cantor Deborah Jacobson and Joy Katzen-Guthrie,
both of Palm Harbor, Dale Berman of Ocala and Steve Berman of Los Vegas and
more special guests.… CONTINUE READING >
The Brotherhood of Temple Emanuel, Newton, is proud to present
Cantorial and Choral Masterpieces Cantor Elias Rosemberg
with the Zamir Chorale of Boston and the Zamir Festival Orchestra
Dr. Joshua Jacobson, Conductor
Monday, December 24, 2007, 7:30 PM
Temple Emanuel, 385 Ward St., Newton, MA.
Concert admission (open seating): Adults $25; Children under 13 $15
Proceeds to benefit American Friends of Magen David Adom.
For information and tickets visit templeemanuel.com HHConcert2007@aol.com; or call: 617-965-2468
The CD release of the movie “A Cantor’s Tale” that warm and funny documentary starring Cantor Jackie
Jacobson of New York is now available. Sal Kluger can get you a copy for $39.00 .
Sal Kluger 11 imbrook lane aberdeen, n.j. 07747 www.simchasales.com
A new website called “Siddur Audio” comes from Atlanta with the work of Rabbi Mark Zimmerman. http://www.sidduraudio.com
You can use the site to learn the Tefillot, and it is completely free. Most of the Siddur has
already been recorded in mp3 format. Rabbi Zimmerman has updated the site and increased the server capacity to accommodate the growing number of downloads that it has been generating lately. He has also
recently added audio of the weekday davening and the Passover Seder as well.
The Jewish Music Heritage Project is the ambitious undertaking of Cantor Sholom Kalib and The Jewish Music Heritage Project Boys’ and Men’s Choir. The purpose of the Jewish Music Heritage Project is to “document, catalog, and disseminate one of the great sacred musical traditions of the world, namely that of the Eastern European Synagogue, which is now in real danger of being lost forever.” So far, 2 vols of a 5 vol. set consisting of 20 books is being published by Syracuse University Press, and a 75 CD set of the music is envisioned. To find out more and order a CD: http://www.jmhp.org/jmhp_CDs.html
JMI Choral and Cantorial Section and Central Synagogue present the
Second European Cantors Convention, London
Tuesday June 19 — Thursday June 21, 2007
An unrivalled opportunity for practising and aspiring cantors from the UK,
Europe and further afield to share expertise and experience, learn new
melodies and be inspired by some of the greatest cantors in the world who
will be our honoured guests:
– Asher Hainowitz, Yeshurun Synagogue, Jerusalem
– Arie Subar, Congregation Beth Ora, Montreal
– Moshe Haschel, St John’s Wood Synagogue, London
– Stephen Glass, Director of Music, Congregation Shaar Hashomayim, Montreal
– Alexander Knapp, former Joe Loss lecturer in Jewish Music, London
The Cantors Convention will begin with a Concert ‘Chazanut ? Back to the
Future’ on Monday night 18 June and will be officially opened by the Chief
Rabbi, Sir Jonathan Sacks The programme, as last year, will provide stimulating lectures, debates,
masterclasses and discussion on matters relevant to both practicing chazanim
and ba’alei t’fila.… CONTINUE READING >
The Women Cantor’s Network will hold its annual conference and 25th year celebration at Congregation
Beth El in Sudbury, MA from Sunday, June 10 – Wednesday, June 13, 2007.
All women cantors, cantorial soloists, service leaders, cantorial
students, educators and women who have a strong interest in synagogue
music are welcomed. This year’s conference theme is “Even Higher: The
Cantor as Spiritual Leader through Life’s Rhythms and Rituals” and will
include a performance of the acclaimed play, the “The Mikveh
Monologues”, which is open to the public on Monday, June 11 at 7:30 p.m.
at Beth El. Tickets may be purchased at 978-443-9622. The conference
will feature many of Boston’s most renowned Jewish scholars, rabbis and
musicians. Conference registration is $190 before May 7th and $225 by
June 3rd.… CONTINUE READING >
Ocala – The Third Annual Cantorial Concert, “On Wings of Song” presented by
Temple Beth Shalom will be held at 4:00 pm on Sunday, March 11 at the Appleton
Art Museum, 4333 NE Silver Springs Blvd. in Ocala, FL
An unforgettable musical event to benefit the future programs and activities
of the temple will highlight Jewish cultural songs and contemporary musical
gems. Featured performers include Rabbi/Cantor Samuel Berman and his cantorial
colleagues Cantor Harold Orbach, Cantor David Sislen, Cantor Riselle Bain, Joy
Katzen-Guthrie, Chana Olmstead, Steve Berman and Dale Berman.
Tickets are $20 and may be purchased by calling Gary Green 352.347-2481.
Sunday, December 3, 2006 at 7:30pm. Acclaimed Cantor Yizchak Meir Helfgot will sing cantorial classics at the Metropolitcan Opera House in New York as part of a Cantors World presentation. Cantor Helfgot is cantor at the Park East Synagogue. He will be accompanied by members of the New York Philharmonic with Dr. M. Sobol conducting a choir. General seating is $50, VIP $100, Friend $180, Family $250 and Supporter $500. There are other seatings as well. For more information see www.cantorsworld.com or call 718-851-3226.
New York. Congregation Rodeph Sholom’s Senior Cantor,
Rebecca Garfein, and Cantorial Intern, Jennifer Strauss-Klein will
commemorate Kristallnacht-the Night of Broken Glass, with the music of
renowned Viennese Cantor, Salomon Sulzer and Berlin composer, Louis
Lewandowski at 6p.m., Friday, November 3, 2006 during Shabbat services.
Guest Cantor, Dr. Bruce Ruben, newly appointed Director of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion’s School of Sacred Music will
also participate in this special service. Rodeph Sholom’s Organist, Dr.
John Schuder and augmented professional choir, will accompany the
cantors. This event is free of charge and the entire community is
invited to attend. Rodeph Sholom is located at 7 West 83rd Street (off
Central Park West.) For more information, please call (212) 362-8800, extension 1337.
First London Cantors Convention
Sunday 25 – Wednesday 28 June 2006
Central Synagogue, 36 Hallam Street, W1W 6NW
An unrivalled opportunity for practising and aspiring cantors from the UK,
Europe and further afield to share expertise and experience, learn new
melodies and be inspired by some of the greatest cantors in the world who
will be our honoured guests. Please read more!
Chabad’s Children of Chernobyl
In association with the American Society for the Advancement of Cantorial Arts. Inc.
Proudly Presents An International Celebration of Jewish Music
The Celebrated Voices of… A New Cantorial Generation …
David Weinbach – Tel Aviv, Israel Yaakov Stark – Cong. Orach Chayim, NY Netanel Hershtik– The Hampton Synagogue Tzadok Greenwald – Jerusalem, Israel
Maestro Matthew Lazar
The inspirational 70 voices from
The Moscow Male Jewish Hasidic Capella Choir Conducted by: Sasha Tsaliuk
The New York Synagogue Choir Conducted by: Itzchak Haimov
The Tel Aviv Cantorial Institute Conducted by: Naftali Hershtik
Accompanied by: The ASACA Chamber Orchestra
An exclusive concert at the Alice Tully Hall,
Thursday Evening, March 30, 2006
Tickets: $500, $360, $100, $50
Separate Seating available
Tickets may be purchased through CenterCharge: 212-721-6500
For sponsorships and VIP seating call the CCOC Office: 212-681-7800
For tickets go to www.ccoc.net
Venue: Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center – NYC… CONTINUE READING >
Date: Sunday night March 12, 2006
Where: JTS Feinberg Auditorium
Jewish Theological Seminary
Broadway at 122nd Street, NYC
Tickets are $7 for students; and $15 for anyone else.
There will be a wide variety of music performed by over half of the students of the HL Miller Cantorial School.
For ticket info, contact either Sara Horowitz or Rebecca Carl at firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com
This is a tsedakah concert.
We’ve just received the library issue of The Journal of Synagogue Music, published by the Cantor’s Assembly and it looks like a particularly special issue: Vol. 30, No. 1, for Fall, 2005. There are theoretical articles by Samuel Rosenbaum, Max Wohlberg (excerpt from a talk from 1980), Geoffrey Goldberg, Akiva Zimmermann, Benjie Ellen Schiller and Boaz Tarsi, … and that’s just the first section. Better get your copy.
Over 250 adults and children will celebrate Chanukah, the Festival of
Lights, in concert, 3 P.M., Sunday, December 11, 2005, as Congregation
Rodeph Sholom of Manhattan hosts its unique Festival of Choirs. The
sixth annual concert will feature Cantors and their choirs from the New
York City metropolitan area. This year, the first night of Chanukah is
Sunday, December 25, 2005.
A Festival of Choirs is free of charge and open to the entire community.
Congregation Rodeph Sholom is located at 7 West 83rd Street off of
Central Park West in Manhattan. For more information about this
concert, please call (212) 362-8800, ext. 1337.
September 21 at 7:30pm in Merkin Hall at 129 West 67th Street, New York City, a pre-high holiday special concert featuring Cantor Sol Zim,Cantor Jeffrey Nadel and Cantor Ari Klein. Also featuring Cantor Eliyahu Greenblatt, Azi Schwartz and his choir, Cantor Yechezkel Klang, and Cantor Daniel Gildar. The price is $40 general admission. For reservations call: 718-851-3226 or go to www.CantorsWorld.com for more information.
Cantorial Council of America is having a concert commemorating the 72nd Yahrtzeit of the legendary Chazzan Yossele Rosenblatt, June 22, 2005 at 7:30pm at the Riverdale Jewish Center. 3700 Independence Avenue, Riverdale, NY 10463. Phone 718-548-1850 Tickets are $36. It will feature singing by Cantor Joseph Malovany, Cantor Shimon Craimer, Cantor Netanel Herstik, Cantor Benjamin Muller, Cantor Joseph Muller with Yitzchak Muller. Cantor Daniel Gildar, Accompanist. Call for more information.
Now in its THIRD year, I’m pleased to announce that the Rozhinke Retreat will be taking place August 21-24 at Kutshers Country Club, New York. Wonderful concerts, insightful discussions, wild late-nights, spiritual t’fillah, and oy, the FOOD! For registration materials and more information, head on over to: http://rozhinke.org/
“Mincha Maariv and Sefira” presented by Cantorial World
with Yitchok Helfgott, Moshe Stern, Moshe Haschel and Matthew Lazar & Choir..
$36 general admission. $100 Patron (preferred seating and CD).
May 15th 7:30pm, Bialystoker Synagogue, 7-11 Willet Street, New York, NY. *Lower East Side. For more information: http://www.cantorialworld.com
Temple Beth Shalom of Ocala presents A Cantorial Concert to be held Sunday, May 15, 2005 at 4:00 PM at the Appleton Museum of Art, 4333 NE Silver Springs Boulevard, Ocala. The concert is a unique opportunity to hear wonderful Jewish melodies sung by a diverse and exciting group of Cantors and Soloists.
You will hear an afternoon of Jewish song, featuring Temple Beth Shalom’s Rabbi/Cantor Samuel Dov Berman, his brother Steve Berman who sings in the Master Chorale of LA and some of Tampa Bay area’s finest voices. You will be delighted to hear some familiar Broadway favorites as well as Jewish cultural and sacred selections.
General admission is $18.00 for adults, $15.00 for seniors and youth. Preferred
seating for benefactors who become patrons, sponsors or donors is also available.… CONTINUE READING >
Stichting Eliezer Foundation in The Netherlands has just published:
W.G.S. Bornstein, Chazzones aan het Nederlands Israelitisch Seminarium, de historie van de Hollandse Cantoropleiding (Stichting Eliezer: Amsterdam 5765 / 2004), 38 pages.
1082 XL Amsterdam
The Netherlands firstname.lastname@example.org
Those that love cantorial music, check out the Rozhinke website. Here are a group of people busy preserving cantorial music, not only for today, but for the future when it will become popular again. These dedicated cantors meet, retreat, and sing! There are workshops and singing, and nightly concerts. It’s a type of music camp, August 10-13, for cantors and for those that love the music… it very intriguing, exciting and looks like there’s lots to do and hear. Anyone can attend. http://rozhinke.org/home.html
The Leo Baeck Institute presents: The Cantors Concert
Sunday, June 13, 2004
Cantor Erik L. F. Contzius (Temple Israel of New Rochelle, NY)
Cantor Rebecca Garfein (Temple Rodeph Sholom, NYC)
Dr. Bruce Ruben (Temple Shaaray Tefila, NYC)
at Leo Back Institute
Auditorium, Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th St.
New York, NY
A concert of the music of Vienna and Germany:
Sulzer, Lewandowski, Kirschner, and Kellerman.
Cantor’s World is sponsoring the Sefirah Concert, Sunday, May 2, 2004 on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, 7:30pm at the Bialystoker Synagogue, 7-11 Willet Street, Lower East Side, Manhattan, NY. $25 general admission. Pinchas Cohen, Yaakov Motzen, Moshe Shulhoff, Moshe Stern, Matthew Lazar and Choir. For more information see http://www.cantorsworld.com
Held at ELAT CHAYYIM in 99 Mill Hook Road, Accord, New York, starting August 2-8, 2004…
If you are one of the many people who have been moved and transformed by Rabbi Shefa Gold’s chanting practice and if you are a healer, teacher, artist or spiritual leader in your community, here is your chance to cultivate the inner qualities and learn the practical techniques that will enable you to bring that joy and meaning to others…not to mention the abundant blessings it will bring to your own spiritual life. Please feel free to pass this information on to others
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Professor Jehoash Hirshberg of The Hebrew University presents a lecture:
“The Musical Heritage of the Karaite Jews of Egyptian origin in Israel – Liturgical and Paraliturgical Traditions and Performance”
Thursday, February 12, 10:30 AM, at Kripke 406
Jewish Theological Seminary 3080 Broadway, New York
Free and Open to the Public. All are invited.