Temple Sinai is proud to host young Jewish composer Noah Aronson at our Friday night Shabbat services, Friday, March 21, as part of the 2014 Boston Jewish Music Festival special Kabbalat Shabbat series on new music, at 7:30 p.m. Noah is an energetic and soulful composer/performer whose unique musical style propels his music into communities across the country and in Israel. Noah has studied Piano & Jazz Composition at Berklee College of Music, and is the Composer-in-Residence at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, where he is teaching and composing a wide-array of new liturgical works. His melody to the “Bar’chu” is regularly part of our “Shabbat@Six!” repertoire. In addition, Noah has composed a set of pieces for our Mishkan T’filah siddur to accompany the “left-hand side of the page” readings and poems in English. Please join us for this special Shabbat evening!
Event Location: Temple Sinai
50 Sewall Avenue, Brookline, Massachusetts, 02446
50 Sewall Ave
Brookline, MA 02446
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