Music of Resistance and Survival
Join Cantor Adesnik and professor Laurence Sherr as they bring you music featuring Holocaust songs of resistance and survival from the ghettos, camps, and partisans of the time. A new cello sonata elevates these songs and integrates them into a new contemporary remembrance. This program toured worldwide through the Czech Republic, Poland, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, and the U.S.
Thursday, April 21
Maccabeus And More
A symphony in your own backyard! Experience the miraculous story of Chanukah through exciting moments from G.F Handel’s oratorio, Judas Maccabeus. In conjunction with The William Baker Choral Foundation, we welcome a choir representing both synagogues and churches in the Atlanta metro community along with orchestral accompaniment. We will fill Temple Emanu-El with festive music and a rousing Chanukah sing-along in this thrilling afternoon.
Free and Open to the Public
Singing in the Dark
Legally blind and armed with an acoustic guitar, Charlie Kramer unites, magnetizes and elevates communities across North America, Israel, Australia and New Zealand. Charlie brings as a truly unique once in a lifetime musical experience of Singing in the Dark. This special Shabbat is our Inclusion Awareness Shabbat highlighting February as Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month.
Sunday in the Park with Broadway! Building This World Together-CANCELLED
Special guest Rabbi Cantor Alison Wissot joins Cantor Adesnik and fellow cantors and cantorial soloists from Atlanta on the bimah at Temple Emanu-El! For these are the things that are limitless: This electrifying afternoon is all about music with a message of reaching past our limitations and doing what we can to change the world. We will elevate important issues in today’s landscape through Broadway hits and beloved Jewish favorites that will inspire you to help make the world a better place.
Cantor Lauren Adesnik sings at Ebenezer Baptist Church for the Martin Luther King Commemoration
5779 Concert Series
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