Erev Shel Kochavim: An Evening of Stars ALEPH Virtual Cabaret

Erev Shel Kochavim: An Evening of Stars
ALEPH Virtual Cabaret


Erev Shel Kochavim: An Evening of Stars 
ALEPH Virtual Cabaret
 
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Cost: Pay-what-you-can 

Featuring the best and brightest teachers and performers from the ALEPH Movement, the ALEPH Virtual Cabaret is our biggest summer fundraiser. Emceed by Rabbi Shawn Israel Zevit and Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael, we are thrilled to announce our FULL lineup: 

Fran Avni 
Neshama Carlebach 
Rabbi Andrea Cohen-Kiener 
Judith Dack 
Rabbi Diane Elliot 
Rabbinic Pastor Kate Shulamit Fagan 
Rabbi Shir Yaakov Feit 
Kohenet Keshira haLev Fife 
Cantor Cindy Freedman 
Rabbi Jack Gabriel 
Sam Glaser 
Rabbi Ilan Glazer 
Rabbi Shefa Gold 
Hazzan Evlyn Gould 
Cantor Linda Hirschhorn 
Shoshana Jedwab 
Rachel Kann 
Hazzan Jack Kessler 
Hazzan Steve Klaper 
Shadrach Mugoya Levi 
Rabbinic Pastor/Cantor Lisa Levine 
Cantor Abbe Lyons 
SooJi Min-Maranda 
Cantor George Mordecai 
Kolby Morris-Dahary 
Nefesh Mountain 
Mikey Pauker 
Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael 
Brielle Paige Rassler 
Hazzan Jessi Roemer 
Laurie Savran 
Rabbi Hanna Tiferet Siegel 
Rabbi Debra Smith 
Yoel Sykes 
Rabbi Dr. Orna Triguboff 
Stephanie Weishaar 
Rabbi Shawn Israel Zevit 

You won't want to miss this!!

 


FAQ

What is this event a part of?
This event is part of ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal's program, Renewing Our Collective Soul: A Virtual Program for Our Times. In these times of physical distancing, it's hard to feel connected to our innermost selves. Many of us are doing the best that we can just to stay afloat, that we haven't had the chance to touch base with our souls. 

We are proud to announce a Virtual Concert Series in our Renewing Our Collective Soul program, and this Virtual Cabaret is the feature event in our series. Visit www.aleph.org/rocsconcerts to view the entire series.


Where is this event taking place?
This event is entirely virtual! You can participate from anywhere in the world. You can even be in your pajamas (we won't tell!)


Do I need an internet connection to participate?
An internet or phone connection is required to be able to participate. We encourage having some sort of camera so that your face can be seen, but a phone will work just fine if needed.


What if I have never done video conferencing before?
That's okay! After you register, you will be given detailed instructions on how to get set up so that you will be able to fully participate in as many sessions as you wish.