Join us for Prayers for the Path concert, featuring Ariel Yisraelah Hendelman and Marni Loffman. About the musicians:
Ariel Yisraelah Hendelman is the spiritual leader of B’nai Or of Boston, a Jewish Renewal community, and a Rabbinic student with the Aleph Ordination Program. Her debut album, “Prayers for Fire & Water,” was released in September and weaves folky Americana with devotional niggunim, drawing from the Kiddush Levana ritual (the Sanctification of the New Moon) as well as the story of Yaakov’s dream of the ladder. And, of course, 40 years of wandering through the wilderness of life. Ariel leads retreats around the Northeastern U.S., centering on chant, meditation, and dreamwork. Her writing can be found in Ayin Press and Doubleblind Magazine.
Marni Loffman (they/them) is a Jewish composer, vocalist, educator, and ritual leader with over seven years of experience in informal Jewish education and 15 years in musical performance, prayer leadership, and songwriting. Marni’s musical work emerges from multi-denominational Ashkenazi liturgical roots and is culturally influenced by a lifetime of saturation in varied American and world genres. Their debut album, “The Long Short Path,” combines rabbinic poetry and prose with original lyrics, inspired melodically by Ashkenazi Nusach and by the jazz, indie folk, pop, and international traditions of their childhood and current musical relationships.
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175 Temple St
Newton, MA 02465
$28.00 General Admission/Adult
$10.00 Students: Ages 13-18
$12.00 Livestream (Must register to received link 24 hours prior to concert)
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