Musical Journeys: Love’s Journey with Lauren Bandman

Part of Musical Journeys: Masterful performances that explore music, love and history
Also in this series:
Rebecca Joy Fletcher’s Cities of Light
Saturday, March 23
Immerse yourself in a musical love story featuring American standards and Broadway favorites. Created and performed by Cantor Lauren Bandman and accompanist Russell Norman, with Daniel Cher, violin.

Bring a loved one and make it an early Valentine's Day date night!

Lauren Bandman was ordained as a Cantor by the School of Sacred Music of the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion.  She is proud to be Cantor of Congregation Beth Am in Los Altos Hills, CA. In addition, Cantor Bandman has served as guest cantor/scholar-in-residence in synagogues and camps in New York, New Jersey, Florida, Oklahoma and California. She has been an active participant at both the American Conference of Cantors and Union for Reform Judaism National Conventions.

In November 2010, Cantor Bandman was honored to be selected as one of 20 cantors to travel to Rome to perform the first-ever concert of Jewish music at the Vatican as the highlight of a conference on Jewish-Catholic relations.  She and her colleagues reprised a large portion of this concert at the National URJ Biennial in Washington D.C. in December, 2011.

Most of all, Cantor Bandman hopes you enjoy the show, "Love's Journey" - a labor of love that she is proud to have co-created and collaborated with the incredibly talented and incomparable pianist Russell Norman.  She is also thrilled to be joined by the fabulous violinist, Daniel Cher.

Date: Saturday, February 9
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Schultz Cultural Arts Hall

Up to 24 hours in advance:
$15 Members & Students;
$20 Non-Members
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Service fee will apply
$25 at the door, space permitting

Contact:   (650) 223-8699
The photo provided is the work of Ryan Johnson.