This program has been cancelled. The next program with Saul and Sigal will take place on December 9; details will be announced shortly.
Experience the magic of our new monthly Kabalat Shabbat community gathering! We can't wait to embark on an unforgettable musical journey with you, celebrating Shabbat, fostering cultural exchange and forging connections within our vibrant community.
We'll gather in circles, creating an intimate and communal atmosphere that sets the stage for a memorable evening. Our voices will unite as we sing together, basking in the power of music and our shared traditions. We'll experience a vivid mosaic of melodies, weaving both new and cherished tunes into the fabric of our celebration. It's a chance for everyone to share their unique musical heritage and learn from one another.
Leading us on this enchanting musical voyage are the incredibly talented musicians, Sigal Vardi and Saul Kaye. Their expertise will be the compass that guides our collective journey, ensuring that both experienced singers and novices alike find themselves uplifted by the harmonious sound of our community. If you're musically inclined, don't forget to bring your own instrument and join our jam session.
Come straight from work—we'll have snacks ready to keep you energized. It's not just about the music; it's about meeting new people and forging deeper connections with one another. We look forward to welcoming you with open arms!
Sigal Vardi is a multi-talented musician, singer and composer, boasting an impressive background in the world of music. She is an alumna of the esteemed Rimon Music School in Israel. With years of experience and a proven track record, Sigal has had the privilege of collaborating with top-notch musicians both in Israel and the United States. Beyond her musical prowess, Sigal is also an accomplished voice coach and a gifted music director, working with both young aspiring talents and adults looking to refine their musical abilities.
Saul Kaye is an international touring artist pioneering a new genre of music: Jewish Blues. If you can imagine Muddy Waters meets Shlomo Carlebach, you've got an artist here who is bringing something new to modern Jewish Music and bridging the gap between the Delta and the Torah. Through beautiful music and an amazing ability to read the energy of the room, he has helped to bring many people to the Shabbat experience. After releasing ten CDs of his own and producing eight for other artists, Saul recently released his third book entitled This Gift. The book explores the deeply personal journeys of 15 Jewish music artists at the top of their field.
Friday, November 10
Arrillaga Family Pavilion (Bldg. C) 1st Floor
$10 per person
Contact: Tova Birnbaum | [email protected]