Join the T&V Choir!

Aug 7th, 2018 14:20 pm

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annual Cantor Louis Moss Memorial Concerts!

The T&V Choir Welcomes You!

The Town and Village Synagogue Adult Choir and Junior Singers are led by Cantor Shayna Postman.

If you love to sing beautiful Jewish music, join the Town & Village Synagogue Choir!

To make it official, please contact cantor@tandv.org to set up an informal audition.

In expressing Jewish identity through traditional and contemporary Jewish music, participants in our choirs help strengthen our community’s connections to each other.

Children in 2nd grade and older are invited to join the Junior Singers!

Made up of volunteers, each year our choirs look forward to welcoming new members. Singing together a great way to stay connected to the community in a way that is both fun for participants and functional to our Synagogue.  Choir members form strong bonds to one another and their participation enhances the quality of our services on the High Holidays, at our annual Cantor Louis Moss Memorial Concert, on Shabbat Shirah, and throughout the year at such events as T&V’s Musical Purim Spiel, and the Downtown Kehillah’s Holocaust commemoration.

T&V at the North American Jewish Choral Festival! On July 10, 2018, we had the special privilege, honor and thrill to experience our second performance at the North American Jewish Choral Festival. We are so thrilled to have reached this meaningful milestone.

Rehearsals

Rehearsals for our adult choir take place on Tuesday evenings (unless otherwise indicated below), at 7 PM in the Kleiman classroom on the second floor of the Synagogue building.

See below for the 2018-19 rehearsal schedule and performance dates.

Singing in the T&V choir is a fun, challenging and meaningful experience for all who participate. Since our repertoire includes a range of music from more simple to more elaborate pieces, members of the choir take rehearsal attendance seriously, and work hard with help of the cantor and other choir member to make the most of our time together. Members come prepared to work hard at rehearsals (with a little bit of time to shmooze), to arrive on time and with a smile. Click here for T&V Choir Handbook.

Veteran choir members are invited to sing with us on Shabbat Shirah, and are asked to attend the two rehearsals prior to Shabbat Shirah. They are also welcome to sing with us during services when choir members sing informally with the cantor.

Since are always looking for new choir members with whom to share this experience, please invite any talented Sopranos, Altos, Tenors or Basses to join us. August is the best time of year to join the choir. Please note that only synagogue members (or paying guests) can sing in the High Holiday services.

For more information about or to set up an informal audition to join the Town & Village Synagogue Adult choir or Junior Singers, please contact Cantor Shayna Postman at cantor@tandv.org or call her at 212-677-8090 ext 25.

The Town & Village Synagogue Choir

  • Rehearsals on Tuesdays at 7-9 PM Starting August 7
    • No rehearsals on holidays: Sept 11, 18, 25 & Oct 2
    • Rehearsals resume on Tuesdays Oct 9
  • Additional rehearsal in sanctuary, THURSDAY Dec. 13
  • 30th Annual Louis Moss Memorial Concert December 15, 2018
  • No rehearsals: Dec 18, 25 Jan. 1
  • Rehearsals Resume: January 8 & 15
  • Shabbat Shirah: January 18 & 19
  • Choir Dinner in social hall: January 18

Purim-Hebrew

Calendar for our 2019 Musical PURIM Spiel:

Purim Spiel auditions & rehearsals

  • Sundays from approx. 12:30-2:30
    • January 6: Auditions
    • Rehearsals: Jan. 13- March 17
  • Tuesday March 19 – 6 PM FINAL REHEARSAL in Sanc.
  • night March 20 – SPIEL & Megillah reading

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT
CANTOR SHAYNA POSTMAN
AT 212-677-809212-677-8090 EXT. 25

cantor@tandv.org

Check out the T&V choir and other Videos at our YouTube Channel:

https://www.youtube.com/user/TandVSynagogue?feature=mhee

 

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