Kochava Munro, our cantorial intern, will lead a special program. People of all ages are invited to join us for a niggun circle.
A niggun is a spiritual wordless melody. In a niggun circle, people come together to find their own joyous voices in song and music, with/without musical or religious backgrounds. Repetitive melodies embellished with spontaneous harmonies and impromptu percussion make this music accessible to all. It’s like humming along but within a Jewish, spiritual context.
This program will be followed by dinner in the Boston Synagogue sukkah.
Note: Protocols and attendees will be guided by CDC, state and city guidelines. All participants will need to show proof of vaccination and must be masked.+ More... - Less...
55 Martha Rd
Boston, MA 02114
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