Temple Beth Am Celebrates a Musical Scholar-in-Residence Weekend

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Daniel Tunkel is a composer, singer and musician.

Temple Beth Am will hold its annual Scholar-in-Residence Program on Friday, May 31 and Sunday, June 2.

This year’s program is entitled “Jewish Music Alive!” and will feature a host of Cantors, composers and musicians. During Shabbat Services on Friday, May 31 at 7:30 p.m., Hazzan Natasha Hirshhorn, the Music Director of Congregation Ansche Chesed in New York City, and Cantor Jordan Franzel from Congregation Or Ami in Philadelphia, will perform.

On Sunday morning, June 2 at 10:30 a.m., the Temple welcomes award winning pianist and composer, Cantor Jonathan Comisar and composer, singer and musician, Daniel Tunkel. Also performing will be Temple Beth Am’s Cantor Inna Serebro-Litvak and musical director Iouri Grichetchkine along with the dazzling cellist Adrian Daurov. Together they form the Aurora Trio.

A lunch will be served at the conclusion of Sunday’s performance. For additional information and Sunday reservations please contact the office at Temple Beth Am at (973) 887-0046 ext. 10. Temple Beth Am is located at 879 South Beverwyck Road.

Now celebrating our 46th year, Temple Beth Am is a Reform congregation with a diverse membership living throughout Morris County, including the towns of Boonton, Denville, Lake Hiawatha, Mountain Lakes, Montville, Parsippany and Rockaway. They welcome adults and youth, singles and couples, Jews-by birth and Jews-by-choice, and interfaith couples.

A warm and nurturing congregation, we welcome all who want to worship in an inclusive, egalitarian community led by Rabbi Ronald W. Kaplan and Cantor Inna Serebro-Litvak.

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