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Invites seniors on Tuesday afternoons to share a variety of programs such as music, bingo, health, nutrition, Israel, books, and trips. Refreshments are served. New members, especially from Temple Emanuel families, are welcome.
Please contact Doris Lelchook at (617) 244-3752 or Tracy Schneider, Temple Emanuel's Seniors Coordinator, at (617) 969-9728 for more information.
|Tuesday, May 20||1 pm|
Enchanting afternoon with Bonnie Greenberg, Storyteller Presenting Travels Abroad: Journeys Within! Adventures revealing hidden insights!
The adventures experienced while traveling often reveal insights we might overlook at home. The characters and places encountered create lifelong memories that are universal when all is said and DONE.
|Tuesday, May 27||1 pm|
Heather Gallagher, mezzo-soprano,is becoming increasingly sought after for her "standout" and "arresting" performances in opera and on the recital stage. Recent projects include the Boston premiere of Mohammed Fairouz's Sumeida's Song (Asakir) and Voyage a Paris (soloist) with Boston Opera Collaborative, Dido and Aeneas (Dido) with Harvard Early Music Society and Benjamin Britten's Cabaret Songs. Other credits include the title role in Carmen (Metro West Opera),Le nozze di Figaro (Cherubino, Vero Beach Opera) and the much lauded productions of I Puritani, Die fliegende Hollander and Madama Butterfly with Boston Lyric Opera.
Ms. Gallagher is a proud member of Boston Opera Collaborative and will be engaged as an Emerging Artist with Boston Lyric Opera for the 2014/2015 Season.
A life long Floridian, Heather Gallagher is a graduate of New World School of the Arts and the University of Florida
|Tuesday June 3||12:15 pm|
Annual Luncheon - Catered chicken $18m
Cantor Elías Rosemberg and Steve Siagel
Cantor Elías Rosemberg was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He comes from a family of musicians. In 1988 at the age of 18, Elías started to work as a Hazzan at Chaim Weitzman community in San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina. By 1991 he studied at Seminario Rabínico Latinoamericano and in 1994 he obtained the degree of Hazzan and Singing Professor.
In December 1998 he won the vocal contest: "Argentina sings for Israel" organized by the Israeli Embassy in Argentina.
From 2001 until 2007, he was the Cantor at Temple Emeth in Chestnut Hill, MA. In July 2007, Cantor Elías Rosemberg became the 4th cantor in Temple Emanuel's history .
In February 2002 he was appointed to sing the memorial prayer at the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC at the Cantors Assembly Convention.
Hazzan Rosemberg is featured on two Cantors Assembly CDs: "Encore" and "The Spirit of Jewish World Music" and released his own second CD: "My Beloved Prayers and Songs"
For any further questions, please call Tracy at 617-564-0646 or Doris at 617-244-3752 or email email@example.com
Have an interesting hobby or profession to share with our L'Chaim Group? We're looking for members willing to give an hour of your Tuesday afternoons between 1-2:30 pm to speak to our wonderful and attentive group of seniors. Doctors and lawyers with advice, photographers & world travelers with photos & stories, or poets to read your original work, all are welcome! Contact Tracy 617-969-9728 to offer your insightful reflections to our seniors here at Temple Emanuel.