Join us in celebrating Shabbat Shirah (the Shabbat of Singing) with Anat Halevy Hochberg. Anat is a Boston-based musician, writer, educator, and ritualist with family roots in Israel, Yemen, Hungary, and Poland. As a Jewish woman of color, a first-generation American whose grandparents survived genocide and displacement, and a person deeply connected to Israel/Palestine, Anat is continually developing her sense of the heartbreak, complexity, responsibility, and courage that it takes to foster healing in a broken world full of beauty. As a music educator, a leader of song and prayer in Jewish communities, and as a performer, Anat lets everyone in on a secret: we are all ready to sing a new song.
The shabbaton will conclude with a participatory concert on Saturday evening, at which Anat will be joined by fellow musicians Eleanore Weill on flute and Micah Hendler on percussion.
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