We’re excited to team up with ATL Collective again to relive a classic album from start to finish!
ATL Collective creates live music events that seek to replicate the intimate experience of listening to an album for the first time, going track by track, reading through the liner notes and turning over the record, truly enjoying the music for what it is, without distractions.
We’ll be announcing our AJMF9 collaboration (save the date Saturday, March 24, 2018) during this show’s set break! And FYI, there is a 2nd performance at 10 PM following the 7 PM show.
Michael Ochs, a Jewish American composer, and Alaa Alshaham, a Palestinian songwriter from the West Bank, bring their unlikely story of friendship through music to Temple Sinai. Michael has quietly established himself as one of the more versatile songwriters in America today. Alaa is a widely successful Palestinian songwriter and commentator. Together, these two powerhouse writers/performers/storytellers weave together their
friendship through prayer (in both Hebrew and Arabic), song, story and conversation.
Friday, December 1 at 6:30 pm: Shabbat Service
Saturday, December 2 at 7:30 pm: Concert and Conversation with Dessert Reception
Sunday, December 3 at 10:15 am: Interfaith Dialogue with the Artists
Atlanta is hosting USCJ’s annual conference, the largest gathering of Conservative Jewish leaders, thinkers and doers in North America! The conference hosts some incredible musical talent:
Saturday, December 2 at 8:00 PM (Marriott Marquis): Multi-instrumentalist musician, singer and composer Joey Weisenberg
Sunday, December 3 at 8:30 PM (Ebenezer Baptist Church): Soul music superstar Neshama Carlebach and her Gospel choir
Monday, December 4 at 8:30 PM (Marriott Marquis): Singing and communal prayer with Nava Tehila (pictured), one of the most innovative Jewish prayer communities in Israel
$36 for each individual concert, $99 for all three. Open to the public, including people not attending the daytime conference programming.