Music

Banot in Concert

Celebrate  Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israeli Independence Day) with TBE
Friday, May 13, 8:00 pm following an Israeli dinner

Our community has been blessed to forge a connection with the remarkably talented Israeli Berklee students. Our members, Amy Benjamin and Bonnie Rosenberg spent countless hours to bring these musicians to us, enabling us to enjoy their talents and giving them a home away from home. One of the shining lights who has joined us many times is Tali Rubinstein. She is a beautiful young woman who sings and plays recorder in a way that defies the limits one usually associates with recorder. Having graduated from Berklee, Tali now lives in New York where she has joined up with several other Israeli women Berklee students. It is these musicians who have formed a group called Banot who will join us in a musical celebration of Israel’s 68th anniversary on Friday, May 13 following Shabbat services and dinner. The concert is free and open to the public.  You do not need attend Shabbat dinner to enjoy the concert.

Click here to learn more about Banot

Click here to join us for Shabbat dinner 

 

 

Michael Riedel
A Lecture

Friday, June 3, 8:00 pm

Michael Riedel is the theater columnist of The New York Post and co-host of Theater Talk on PBS. He is the author of "Razzle Dazzle: The Battle for Broadway," a New York Times bestseller. "Razzle Dazzle" is a finalist for the Marfield Prize, which is given by the Arts Club of Washington D.C. to outstanding works of nonfiction about the arts. Michael is regular on the Imus in the Morning Program, The Mark Simone Show, The Mike Gallagher Show and Fox News Network's "Red Eye." A graduate of Columbia University, he lives in New York City. Free and open to the community.

 

 

 

 


Please note: All events will be held at Temple Beth Elohim, unless otherwise indicated.