In response to the unfolding global pandemic, Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership of Hebrew College is partnering with the Interfaith Youth Core to launch a major initiative on the Book of Psalms. The multifaceted project seeks to provide people with a creative context in which to explore their swirling thoughts and feelings through the prism of this ancient and beloved collection of prayer-poems.
PsalmSeason will open with an online concert featuring performers and poets from several countries, representing different styles and traditions. This will be followed by the launch of the PsalmSeason digital platform—an 18-week exploration of the Psalms, focusing on one psalm each week.
The concert will be streamed on the Hebrew College YouTube channel—please click “Join” to access. Featured performers and contributors include:
- Alondra Bobadilla
- Danny Maseng
- David Broza
- Deborah Sacks Mintz
- Drew Drake
- Joey Weisenberg
- Marty Lamar
- Neshama Carlebach
- Owen and Mícheál ‘Moley’ Ó Súilleabháin
- Paiter van Yperen
- Peter Himmelman
- Poor Bishop Hooper
- Rabbi Jeffrey Summit and Abayudaya – Music From the Jewish People of Uganda
- Rev. Vince Anderson
- Sweet Honey in the Rock
- Rabbi Roly Matalon and the musicians of B’nai Jeshurun
- Yuval Ron Ensemble
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