The best of Jewish music will be presented on Saturday evening, January 23rd, at 8:00 p.m. in the Second Annual Greatest Cantorial Concert in South Florida History.
Twenty-six cantors and soloists will perform a diverse concert of Jewish song—Ladino, Israeli, folk, Yiddish, pop, classical, jazz, and liturgical. The performers represent many synagogues throughout Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties.
The concert will be presented in the beautiful and historic Bertha Abess Sanctuary at Temple Israel of Greater Miami, located in Miami’s Performing Arts district. The sanctuary is the oldest synagogue building in continuous use in Florida. It is located at 137 N.E. 19th Street, one block west of Biscayne Boulevard.
Tickets are $18.00 each. Last year’s concert was sold out, so it is best to purchase tickets in advance.
About Temple Israel
Temple Israel, founded in 1922, is celebrating 87 years as the oldest Reform Congregation in South Florida. Always a downtown temple, we continue to maintain our beautiful campus on NE 19th Street just 2 blocks west of Biscayne Boulevard.
Temple Israel is an inclusive congregation where all members and visitors can feel at home whether attending an inspirational Friday night Shabbat Service, or sharing bagels and ideas at the Saturday morning study group, or attending any one of the many programs to be found at the Temple throughout the year. Temple Israel values the diverse ways in which members can express their Jewish identities and are dedicated to creating and maintaining a sense of community, standing at the forefront of social change, supporting the struggle for civil and human rights for all, regardless of creed, color, sexual orientation, or national origin.
‘Greatest Cantorial Concert’ to be held 8 p.m. Jan. 23 at Temple Israel of Greater Miami
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