- location Hebrew College
Musicant Cohen Center for the Performing Arts at Ordis Hall
1860 Washiington Street
Newton, MA 02466
- cost TBD
- organizer Hadar Boston, Temple Reyim, Hebrew College, JARTS, Jewish Women's Archive, Kesher Newton, Keshet, Mayyim Hayyim, Massachusetts Board of Rabbis, RUACH, Zamir Chorale of Boston
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Join us for a concert with Hadar’s Joey Weisenberg on May 17 at Hebrew College’s Musicant Cohen Center for Performing Arts at Ordis Hall.
7 p.m. Doors Open | 7:30-9 p.m. Concert
A virtuosic multi-instrumental musician, singer, and composer, Joey Weisenberg has devoted himself to opening up the sounds of people singing together in community. The founder and director of Hadar’s Rising Song Institute, which aims to cultivate the grassroots musical-spiritual creativity of the Jewish people, Joey works to educate and train communities around the world to unlock their musical-spiritual potential and make music a vibrant, joy-filled force in Jewish life.
Joey is the author of Building Singing Communities, a practical guide to bringing people together in song, as well as The Torah of Music, a treasury of Jewish teachings and insights about the spiritual nature of music, which received the National Jewish Book Award in 2017.
A devoted student and teacher of ancient and traditional Jewish melodies, Joey composes new nigunim that have moved and inspired Jews around the world. He has released eight albums of original music, most recently L’eila, available on Rising Song Records.
Co-sponsored by Hadar Boston, Temple Reyim, Hebrew College, JARTS, Jewish Women’s Archive, Kesher Newton, Keshet, Mayyim Hayyim, Massachusetts Board of Rabbis, RUACH, and Zamir Chorale of Boston.