Premier a cappella
Sunday October 26, 2014 2 PM
Temple Beth Tzedek, 621 Getzville Road, Amherst
Temple Beth Zion, Temple Beth Tzedek and Congregation Shir Shalom, with support from the Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo and Kadimah School of Buffalo, are proud to present The Maccabeats in their first ever appearance in Western New York.
Often traveling with little more than the shirts on their backs and the ties on their necks, the Maccabeats have entertained and inspired hundreds of audiences worldwide, from Alabama to (New) Zealand and everywhere in between. Using nothing more than the unadulterated human voice, a clean-cut presentation, and a little Jewish humor, this unique group of singers is able to connect with fans of all backgrounds and ages.
Though the Maccabeats aren’t your grandfather’s synagogue choir, their ideology and identity play an important part in what they do. Strongly committed to the philosophy of Torah u-Madda, the integration of traditional and secular wisdom, the Maccabeats perform an eclectic array of Jewish, American, and Israeli songs. Their breakthrough piece, Lecha Dodi, is the epitome of this synthesis, combining some of the most beloved words of Jewish liturgy with Leonard Cohen’s meaningful and melodic Hallelujah.
ADVANCE PURCHASE BY 10/23: $18 adult, $10 child/student under 18 years of age
Payment must be made with reservation in order to receive special pricing. To take advantage of advance purchase pricing, call Temple Beth Zion 836-6565 / Temple Beth Tzedek 838-3232 /
Congregation Shir Shalom 633-8877.
PAYMENT AT DOOR: $20 adult $12 child/student under 18 years of age
To learn more about the Maccabeats, click here.
Sunday December 7, 2014 2 PM
805 Delaware Avenue
Temple Beth Zion will be pleased to host Kol Rina (Voice of joy) performed by the Community Chorus from the Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo.
The concert will take place under the direction of Temple Beth Zion's own congregant and Julliard trained Sebnem Mekinulov. Sebnem is a renowned opera singer, voice teacher, music trainer, and member of our High Holy Day Choir.
Kol Rina will present an uplifting concert featuring some pieces from our rich history.
For more information call (716) 836-6565.
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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