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You have questions about the Shabbat Project Havdallah Concert and we have answers!   - What time do I show up? Doors open at the Atlanta Jewish Academy at 9:00 PM and the show will start around 9:30 PM. - What sort of music should I expect? Eitan Katz and his band perform soulful, stirring songs to get you dancing and singing. The final act, Sammy K, is a rapper who will perform contemporary, original Hip Hop. - So is this kid-friendly? Yes! All ages are welcome at this event. - What about the open bar? All ages includes...

Atlanta is hosting the largest gathering of Conservative Jewish leaders, thinkers and doers in North America! Register for the Shabbaton (Dec 1-3), the conference (Dec 3-5), or both: REGISTER HERE Join hundreds of rabbis, executive directors, presidents, educators, millennials and others to tackle big questions facing kehillot and leave inspired and empowered with new ideas, strategies and skills to strengthen your community back home. And be sure to check out the fantastic featured musicians concluding days of programming: Joey Weisenberg (Dec 2, 8:00 PM at Marriott Marquis), Neshama Carlebach (Dec 3, 8:00...

Saturday, October 28 | Doors 9:00 PM | Music 9:30 PM With Kosher snacks, open bar and live performances by:   Eitan Katz and Sammy K.   Event is FREE and open to the public. RSVP in advance here to reserve a seat at the show. RSVPs close this Friday October, 27 at noon. THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING GENEROUS SPONSORS:                          Artist bios: His heartfelt music may have propelled him to the upper echelons of the Jewish music business, but for Eitan Katz, music isn’t about fame, popularity or business. A gift from above that allows...

With summer drawing to close, we're looking forward to some big Jewish Atlanta festivals this Fall: Sukkot Farm to Table Festival at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (Sunday, Oct. 8 from noon - 4:00 PM) featuring great food (Yalla!, Souper Jenny, Oy Veg knishes and Revolution Gelato), live music (Robbie Horlick and The Cohen Brothers Band), chef demonstrations, farmers market and more. Atlanta Kosher BBQ Festival at Brook Run Park (Sunday, Oct. 22 from 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM) featuring the best in smoked, kosher meat (brisket, ribs, chicken),...

As the Executive Director of the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival (AJMF), I get pitched a lot by Jewish musicians and their advocates. The frequency of these requests increases during the summer as we do the majority of our Spring Festival (March 8-25 in 2018) planning 6-9 months out. Timing is important and you want to be top of mind when decisions are made. So if you’re a Jewish artist that wants to play our 2018 Spring Festival, now is the right time to connect! Don’t just write an e-mail or Facebook...

We're thankful for the coverage of AJMF8 provided by the Atlanta Jewish Times! All articles about our featured artists, venues and events will be compiled here for easy reading and accessibility: Complete AJMF8 Pullout Guide! AJMF / ATL Collective to Host Beastie Boys Revival Idan Raichel Continues AJMF International Tradition Lost Language of AJMF Artist Exchange Brings AJMF to Southern Cities Musical Journey to Canada, Ukraine, Cuba and Back Songwriting's Contest Surprise Win No Sleep til Tel Aviv A Purim Party for All Ages Molly Blank Concert Explores Rock 'n Roll...

With one week until Opening Night, we want to share a few events that we've coordinated during AJMF8 for Jewish day schools in Atlanta: Odessa/Havana at The Weber School on Friday, March 3 Sarah Aroeste at The Epstein School on Friday, March 10 Noah Aronson at Davis Academy on Friday, March 17 Each artist will have the opportunity to connect with students in both a performance and educational style. These events are generally private but we do have a few guest list spots available for people who RSVP in advance. If you're...

Over 18 days (March 2-19), we'll create live performance events and dynamic learning programs inspired by Jewish music throughout the Greater Atlanta area. And we wouldn't be able to pull off such an expansive festival without your volunteer help. SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER We need help in these specific areas: - Survey greeter: ask attendees a few demographic questions as he/she/they enter the event. - Merch table: help sell artist and AJMF merchandise to attendees. - Box office: manage will call and door sales. For your time and assistance, you'll receive free entry to the event (if it's ticketed) or AJMF merch...

The 17th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival will present film through a Jewish lens January 24 - February 15, 2017. There are a few music-themed films that should be on your radar when tickets go on sale Wednesday, January 18: BANG! THE BERT BERNS STORY chronicles the colorful life and pioneering musicography of an audacious and influential maverick of crossover 1960s music–rock and roll, and soul–that helped define an era. A must-see for Broadway aficionados, BEST WORST THING THAT EVER COULD HAVE HAPPENED charts the troubled history and ultimate redemption of a...

We are thrilled to continue our multi-year partnership with Fulton County Arts & Culture (FCAC) and the Fulton County Board of Commissioners! These bodies serve as primary contacts for cultural programs and services support to Fulton County based nonprofit arts organizations and Fulton County residents. Presenting Sponsorship from Fulton county agencies enables AJMF to continue to expand programming in Fulton County, for both Jewish and non-Jews. Like our partners, we believe the arts are essential to the quality of life of our citizens and to the economic and social health of our communities. For...