Congregation Rodeph Sholom Presents Today’s Popular Jewish Musicians in Concert!
On Thursday, November 17 at 7:00 pm, Congregation Rodeph Sholom at 7 West 83rd Street, will host Hootenanny: A Celebration of Jewish Music, celebrating the rich tapestry of contemporary Jewish music. The all-star lineup joining together for a special night of music includes:
- Elana Arian
- Dan Nichols
- Julie Silver
- Kol B’seder (Dan Freelander & Jeff Klepper)
- Noah Aronson
- Michelle Citris
- Alan Goodis
- Joanie Leeds
- Naomi Less
Here’s a playlist showcasing these performers.
On stages around the world, these musicians have transformed Jewish music, bridging secular and Jewish traditions to become the prevailing sound of modern American Jewish music today. At a time when the nation needs the inspiration of unity, these exceptional musicians join together to bring forward an experience intended to hit all the right notes.
The event’s co-sponsors are from communities all across the country, illustrating the unifying power of this special musical event. Music is the thread that knits us together and enriches our lives. Come in person to hear vibrant spirited voices in one of New York City’s historic sanctuaries – it will be an experience to remember!
Proceeds from Hootenanny will benefit URJ Eisner and Crane Lake Camp scholarships, making sure that any child who wishes to attend camp will have that opportunity. Alongside education, camp can ignite our youth with purpose, pride, and hope.
For tickets and to learn more, please visit this page.