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The Biennial Night of Music & Joy Virtual Celebration
Westchester’s Biennial Night of Music and Joy Virtual Celebration, co-sponsored by Kol Hazzanim-The Cantors of Westchester and the Westchester Jewish Council, is scheduled for Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 7:30pm.
The evening will feature the talents of seventeen cantors from the greater Westchester area including Cantor Miranda Beckenstein, Cantor Sandy Bernstein of Temple Sholom of Greenwich, Cantor Melanie Cooperman of Community Synagogue of Rye, Cantor Ellen Dreskin, Cantor Lauren Philips Fogelman of Temple Israel of Northern Westchester, Cantor Ethan Goldberg of Westchester Jewish Center, Cantor Shoshi Goldberg of Temple Israel Center of White Plains, Cantor Margot Goldberg of Temple Beth Abraham, Cantor Robin Joseph of Temple Beth Shalom of Hastings, Cantor Hayley Kobilinsky, Cantor Fredda Mendelssohn of Larchmont Temple, Cantor Jack Mendelssohn of Temple Israel Center of White Plains, Cantor Danielle Rodnizki of Westchester Reform Temple, Gaby Schvartz of Beth El Synagogue Center, Cantor Stacy Sokol, Cantor Lilah Sugarman of Congregation B’nai Yisrael of Armonk and Cantor Sarah Zemel. The music this year will range from Broadway to folk, Jewish to secular and more.
This event is free and open to all. Visit www.wjcouncil.org to register.
To make a donation for this event, visit www.wjcouncil.org/donate-now/.
For more information about The Biennial Night of Music and Joy Virtual Celebration, contact Donna Bartell via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (914) 328-7001. Information about the event is also available on the Westchester Jewish Council website at www.wjcouncil.org.
The Westchester Jewish Council connects, convenes and safeguards Westchester’s Jewish communities and strengthens relationships among Jewish organizations and other ethnic and faith based groups, elected officials, Israel and the community at large.