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Celebrate Jewish Music
a capella style with Pizmon

January 27-29, 2023


 

Musical events filled with song, spirituality, and study

Join us for 1 event or come for all - All are welcome!

You are invited to a magical Shabbat weekend of communal singing, prayer, and learning. Pizmon, the Jewish a cappella group of Columbia University, Barnard College, and the Albert A. List College of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America joins Temple Sinai as a musical scholar-in-residence January 27-29, 2023.

Click The Links Below for opportunities to become an Artist-In-Residence Series Sponsor to support and to attend the Pizmon Concert and more!

Pizmon A Capella Family-Friendly Concert
Saturday, January 28
7:00pm

At Temple Sinai


VIP Dessert Reception
8:00PM


Open To The Community!


Regular Ticket (Concert Only & General Seating)
$18 Adult Ticket
$10 Student Ticket


$36 VIP Ticket (Includes Concert Ticket and Post Concert Dessert Reception)

Friday, January 27

6:00pm Shabbat Dinner with Confirmation Class

7:00pm Kabbalat Shabbat led by members of Pizmon

8:00pm Oneg Shabbat with Pizmon

Saturday, January 28

9:30am Shabbat Morning Services led by members of Pizmon

10:30am Musical Shabbat Service with Rabbi Sam Hollander and Pizmon for kids only in grades K-6. Join us for a short Youth Service followed by learning a song with members of Pizmon that will be performed with them in the Main Sanctuary at the end of services.  Adults, enjoy your time in the main service with Pizmon and the performance!

12:00pm Ki
ddush Luncheon followed by a workshop with Pizmon

Sunday, January 29
9:30am Religious School Workshops & Singing with Pizmon


About Pizmon

Pizmon is the co-ed, pluralistic, Jewish a cappella group of Columbia University, Barnard College, and the Albert A. List College of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. We strive to spread our love of Jewish music, ritual, and culture to Jewish communities of all denominations around the world. 

We travel to diverse Jewish communities for weekends during which we fully immerse ourselves in their Jewish life. These weekends fund our annual Musical Outreach Initiative, a spring break trip in which we are able to visit communities normally out of our reach during the school year. In these communities, we lead services, perform concerts, engage in community service-oriented work, and sing with residents of assisted living facilities, schools, and congregations. 

As a pluralistic group, we have members originating from a variety of Jewish backgrounds. In that pursuit of pluralism, we immerse ourselves in new and unfamiliar modes of thought and ritual practice, ensuring that our members’ needs are met while engaging in meaningful exploration. Informed by our identity as Jews and through our love of music, we aim to enhance the religious experiences of Jewish communities and inspire their members. 

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