Join us for a live musical and spiritual experience with Zach Mayer, who will be performing on saxophone.
Enjoy a glass of wine as we bring the joy and spirit in preparation of the High Holidays into the comfort of your home. It’s the time for Havdalah and also Selichot—the start of a new week and also the looking back and into the promise of the future and New Year.
In 2019, Zach launched his album of original Jewish melodies, “Modeh Ani,” at the Boston Synagogue. With over 11 million hits on YouTube for his “Subway Sax Battle,” Zach Mayer has performed with John Zorn, Frank London, Michael Alpert, Joey Weisenberg and Bobby McFerrin. He has toured internationally, is an alum of New England Conservatory and has been on the faculty at the Brandeis Institute of Music & Art.
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