Shir Magic! 2018-2019 Concert Series
Music Without Borders:
From Mendelssohn to The Sound of Music
Join Juan Ramirez, The ACSO and special guest Cantor Lauren Adesnik at Temple Emanu-El as they tell the timeless and universal stories of searching for one’s Homeland.
Stories of the shtetl, plantation life, the wilderness of Israel and more make their appearance in a wide range of symphonic melody, art song, and musical theater. Music ultimately becomes home for all.
Songs of Light and Darkness
Join us at the Breman Museum to celebrate Chanukah with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra joined by special guests, Cantor Lauren Adesnik and Zimria.
Music and Candle Lighting
Celebrate the Last Night of Chanukah at the Governor's Mansion with the First Lady and Zimria!
Zimria, our youth choir will return once again to light up the afternoon with Chanukah songs. Explore the Menorah presentation, composed and sponsored by our TE Sisterhood and Governor’s Mansion committee.
We will present Mrs. Deal with our gift to Toys for Tots and welcome the last night of Chanukah together with a Menorah lighting.
Shabbat Shira Concert
Celebrate the most famous song in the Torah, the Song of the Sea with a community wide choir concert!
Join our Community Choir, together with choirs from Temple Beth Shalom and the surrounding area for an afternoon of song. Led by conductors Melissa Fontaine and Amy Thropp, and accompanied by Ann Rollins. Music and fun for all ages.
Have you ever wanted to host a live concert in your home? Now is your chance! Sponsored for our 40th Anniversary Gala Silent Auction. Invite your friends, provide the space, piano and food, Cantor Adesnik and Ann Rollins will provide a live concert in your very own living room! Learn about Cantor and her love of music and the cantorate through stories and song.
Music and Culture in Greater Metro Atlanta
Discover Jewish music, books and film in places you never imagined.
Tell us about you! Our Cantor will reach out to you and will introduce you to our fun and inclusive musical community.
Are you someone who loves music and the arts? Have you attended one or more concerts or musical programs at TE and loved it? Are you a passionate supporter and sustainer of music and the arts in the Greater Atlanta Metro area?
We invite you to join the Cantor’s Circle and become a Patron of the Arts at Temple Emanu-el.
Your continued support allows music at Temple Emanu-El to expand and grow in many ways. Your contributions help us to build and maintain high caliber technological performance spaces; allow us to attract a diverse range of Jewish artists, and help us to create dynamic music programming and experiences for all ages.