A Jewish Music Medley
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Wellesley College, Houghton Memorial Chapel
106 Central Street
Your Turn to Learn
An Afternoon of Hands-on Workshops with School of Jewish Music faculty
Free admission; Registration required
Unlocking the Cantillation Code
Learn the howâs and whyâs of cantillation trope from Dr. Joshua Jacobson, author of the definitive work, Chanting the Hebrew Bible: The Art of Cantillation (JPS, 2002)
Sing Along with Jeff Klepper
Meet the composer of new synagogue classics such as Shalom Rav and other popular modern liturgical compositions.
A Cappella from Alef to Tav
Learn or refine your ability to develop a repertoire for your a cappella group, to create special arrangements, and more. Or just come and listen! Workshop presented by members of Honorable Menschen, Bostonâs premiere Jewish a cappella group.
Open Wide the Tent: Pedagogy of Bânai Mitzvah for Special Needs Students
Gain an overview of teaching strategies to enable special needs students to achieve this Jewish milestone, with Cantor Scott Sokol, PhD, and Cantor Louise Treitman.
Hebrew College Jewish Choral Festival
Tickets: $10 in advance; $15 at the door, $5 for children 17 and under
Purchase tickets now
Zamir Chorale of Boston
Shir Tzion, the Hebrew College Cantorial Choir
Koleinu, Bostonâs Jewish Community Chorus
Prozdorâs Kol Rinah, the Jewish Youth Chorus of Greater Boston
Please visit: hebrewcollege.edu/events
Cosponsored by the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life at Wellesley College
Free parking for all events in the Founders Lot on the Wellesley campus; see wellesley.edu/CampusMaps for directions.
For more information:
Barbara Cassidy, 617-559-8643