A Light Through the Ages – A Chanukah Celebration in Story and Song

December 14, 2014 0

Central Reform Temple and the famed Zamir Chorale join this year in the sixth annual Boston presentation of “A Light Through The Ages,” a celebration of Chanukah in story, song and light.
The original text of “A Light Through the Ages,” written by Rabbi Howard Berman, was first performed more than 35 years ago in New York City. It chronicles the holiday through the ages – from its origins as a celebration of religious freedom more than 2000 years ago – through times of darkness and moments of light. The voices of the world renowned Zamir Chorale, under the leadership of artistic director Joshua Jacobson, will help tell these timeless stories with traditional and contemporary holiday music.

Event Location: Central Reform Temple
15 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02116

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Sunday, December 14, 2014, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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