Life Is A Cabaret!
We are scouring our congregation for singers/musicians to perform in our TBE Beit Café/Cabaret on Purim, Saturday, March 11. We welcome those who wish to share their musical gifts. The only requirement is that the choice of performance piece should be upbeat and joyful, in keeping with the tenor of the Purim holiday. If you are interested in performing, contact Cantor Sufrin, [email protected]. And for all others, mark the date on your calendars for a joy-filled evening!
You do not need to attend dinner to attend the concert.
All are welcome to attend the concert, free of charge.
Shabbat Shirah/Tu Bish’vat
Friday, February 10
Our Children’s Choir will sweeten our Shabbat service as we celebrate the Sabbath known as the Sabbath of the Song, taken from the retelling of the dramatic moment of the Exodus from Egypt that we read on this Shabbat.
Beit Café and Purim combined!
Saturday evening, March 11
An opportunity to enjoy the great talent within our Temple community in a relaxed Coffee House setting.
Yom Hashoah Observance at Faneuil Hall
Sunday, April 23
Cantor Sufrin will join cantorial colleagues to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day.
We celebrate Yom HaAtzmaut, Israeli Independence Day, with a group of exceptionally talented Israeli musicians who comprise the group, Banot. All are graduates of Berklee, among them is recorder player Tali Rubinstein who has played for our community many times.
Friday, May 5
Our very own Noah Aronson, composer of many of our beloved liturgical melodies and now world-famous, will join us for Shabbat services and celebrate with us at our Evening to Remember celebration.
Please note: All events will be held at Temple Beth Elohim, unless otherwise indicated.