A Chanukah Gift From Sharim v’Sharot

Ikh Bin a Kleyner Dreydl by Mikhl Gelbart,
arranged by Mark Zuckerman

Sharim v’Sharot wishes you, your families and friends a joyous, healthy, bright and musical Chanukah!

May the Festival of Lights fill your hearts and spirits during Chanukah 5781, and always.

Elayne and Sharim v’Sharot Foundation

NJ Choral Consortium COVID Panel Sunday Nov. 22

We are proud to announce that Dr. Elayne Robinson Grossman has been selected as one of only five panelists chosen statewide to speak at the New Jersey Choral Consortium’s COVID Panel Discussion, to be held this Sunday, November 22 at 3:00 – 4:30 pm via Zoom.

Through Dr. Grossman’s leadership and innovation, Sharim v’Sharot is continuing to bring quality Jewish Music and Jewish Music Education not only to our singers and audiences, but also to conductors and choirs throughout the New Jersey region.

The program is open and free to all.
To register, contact Jeremy Lees, treasurer@njchoralconsortium.org, and a Zoom link will be emailed Sunday morning.

Take a Study Tour of Jewish Music History with SVS’s Dr. Elayne Grossman

Learn more about the history and breadth of Jewish Music with Sharim v’Sharot’s esteemed conductor and music director, Dr. Elayne Robinson Grossman. “Jewish music” extends from its Mizrachi, Sephardic, and Yiddish/Ashkenazic traditions to folk songs, concert music, opera, the Yiddish Theater, Broadway, Israeli music and more. Let Dr. Grossman and guest presenters guide you, via Zoom, through 8 forty-five minute sessions of active listening to highlight developments and parallels. Come learn what makes Jewish music distinct and influential in so many ways!

  • Eight Thursdays from 7:30 – 8:15 pm: January 7, 14, 21, 28, February 4, 11,18, 25
  • We hope to have at least 10 registrants by 12/18/2020.
  • We will ask for a donation of $80 to Sharim v’Sharot with your registration.
  • Please contact sharimvsharot@gmail.com for questions and registration details.

Topics:

  1. Origins: The Second Temple – 1,000 C.E.
  2. Music of the East
  3. Music of the Sephardim
  4. Music of the Ashkenazim
  5. The Magical Art of Cantors
  6. Jews in America: On Broadway
  7. The Music of Israel: Folk, Rock, Concert
  8. Holidays Throughout the Year