Student Services, Recitals, Sermons, and more!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Cincinnati - at 10:50 am unless otherwise noted:

Feb. 20 at 10:30: Leading Services: Joshua Leighton
Feb. 22: Leading Services: Sandra Bellush
Feb. 23: Leading Services: Michal Loving
Feb. 24: Leading Services: Brent Guttman
Feb. 25: Leading Services: Jon Kleinman and Jen Lader

Los Angeles - at 10 am:
Feb. 22: Schaliach Tzibbur: Lisa Berney; Reading Torah: Joshua Knobel; D'var Torah: Tamara Wheatley; Gabbai: Heath Watenmaker
Feb. 23: Schaliach Tzibbur: Lisa Berney
 
 
New York - at 10 am unless otherwise noted:

Feb. 22: Leading Services: Reading Torah: Daniel Geffen; Gabbai: Daniel Crane
Feb. 23 at 10:45 am:  Vicky Glikin and Julia Rubin-Cadrain, third-year cantorial students in the School of Sacred Music, present The Life and Music of Moshe Wilensky.  The program, created in honor of Moshe Wilensky's 100th birthday anniversary, describes the life of this prolific composer of Israeli popular music and features some of his most famous compositions, such as "Mul Har Sinai," "Kalaniyot," and "Uri Zion." 
Feb. 24 at 10:45 am: School of Sacred Music Senior Cantorial Recital: Maria Dubinsky presents "From Moscow to Jerusalem: Russian and Soviet influence on the development of Shirei Eretz Yisrael."
Feb. 25: Leading Services: Reading Torah: Yom Iyun; Gabbai: Yom Iyun; Sermon: Yom Iyun
 
Jerusalem:
Feb. 19 at 5:30pm: Leading Services: Julia Grishchenko; Dvar Torah: Jessica Lebovitz
Feb. 20 at 9:30am: Leading Services: Natalie Davidowitz; Dvar Torah: Allison Tick
Feb. 22 at 8:30am: Leading Services: Cantor Tamar Havilio; Sermon: Rabbi Michael Marmur
Feb. 25 at 8:30am: Leading Services: Amanda Greene; Dvar Torah: Mindy Sherry

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