“Shiru L’Adonai”: Jewish Sacred Choral Music

F U L L  E N S E M B L E  (WITH ORGAN)

Shiru L’Adonai (“Sing to the Lord”) celebrates four centuries of Jewish sacred choral music, from the Renaissance’s Salamone Rossi of Venice, to Romantic-era Berlin Cantor Louis Lewandowski (a friend of Mendelssohn and colleague of Brahms), to 20th century additions, including a portion of the haunting but hopeful Sacred Service by Ernest Bloch, written in Switzerland in 1934 as he observed the clouds gathering over neighboring Germany.

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Friday - February 21, 2020, 7:30 PM: St. Paul's Community of Faith 
Sunday - February 23, 2020, 3:00 PM: Temple Emanuel