Cantors Penny Myers, Audrey Kaufman, Barbara Ostfeld, Benjamin Maissner,
Mark Horowitz, Irwin Gelman and David Goldstein
It Takes a Village to Raise a Cantor
On Sunday, March 29, the Bimah at Temple Beth Zion was graced with amazing performances from seven cantors. The event was an evening with the cantors who have influenced the journey of our very own, Cantor Penny Myers. Cantors David Goldstein (Chicago), Benjamin Maissner (Toronto), Audrey Kaufman (Toronto), Mark Horowitz (NYC) Barbara Ostfeld (Buffalo) and Irwin Gelman (Buffalo) and accompanist Nancy Townsend, provided a concert of traditional chazzanut and Broadway music.
Click below to enjoy this wonderful music!
01 Shalom Rav (Klepper Freelander) - Ensemble
02 Dror Yikra (Glantz) - Cantor Myers
03 Esa Einei (Yardeini, Arr. Heller) - Cantor Gelman
04 R'tsei (Dreskin) - Cantors Goldstein and Horowitz
05 Unetanetokef (Rossenblatt) - Cantor Kaufman
06 V'lirushalayim Ircha (Greenberg) - CantorMaissner
07 Eilu Dvarim (Steinberg) - Cantors Myers and Goldstein
08 Shalom Rav (Steinberg) - Cantors Ostfeld and Horowitz
09 Amen Shem Nora/Yehalelu Shemo ( Arr. Lazar) - The Men
10 Ivdu et Hashem (Rocloff, Arr. Heller) - Cantors Kaufman and Myers
11 Peace and Praise Now. (Helfman, Cohen, Newcomer, Raichel, Arr.Townsend) - Cantor Ostfeld
12 Modim (Comisar) Cantor Goldstein
13 Tonight (West Side Story) - Cantors Myers and Maissner
14 Bring Him Home (Les Miserables) - Cantor Horowitz
15 All I ask of You (Phantom of the Opera) - Cantors Myers and Gelman
16 Trio (Rossini) - The CATors
17 Psalm 150 (Lewandowski) - Ensemble
18 For Good (Wicked) - Ensemble
Saturday October 17, 2015 7 PM
805 Delaware Avenue
Gretchen Fisher - violin 1 Claire Fisher - violin 2
Kiersten Fisher - viola Katie Weissman - cello
The amazing all women ensemble Fever Pitch String Quartet has been making music together for over a decade. At home in various styles, the Fever Pitch String Quartet enjoys a diverse and active concert schedule. Their artistry can also be heard on various record albums, including the Goo Goo Dolls "Magnetic" and Jillette Johnson's "Water In A Whale." The girls' enthusiasm for music is evidenced not only in their performances, but also in their passion for music education and composition. It is their mission to perform and enhance music for the increasingly diverse audiences of this generation and the next.
Fall into Art
Saturday November 14, 2015 7:30 PM
805 Delaware Avenue
Discover a whole realm of Temple Beth Zion members' talents at this NEW exhibit! Accomplished artists in mixed-media will present Judaic centered works.
View or purchase beautiful, one-of-a-kind treasures.
Join us for an evening of wine and cheese, schmoozing and art.
Free and open to the public.
The Cultural programming at Temple Beth Zion enhances the historic spiritual, educational and social attributes of our community. Members of the Cultural Arts Committee endeavor to provide a diverse calendar of offerings to delight, elevate and embrace. Enjoy!!!
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