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  • Gili Houpt
    Dear friends, I m helping put together a shabbaton next week in Monsey with Zichron Shlomo and Isralight, featuring great speakers, a Shabbos filled with song,
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      Dear friends,

      I'm helping put together a shabbaton next week in Monsey
      with Zichron Shlomo and Isralight, featuring great speakers, a
      Shabbos filled with song, culminating in a concert Saturday night
      with the Moshav Band. For Jews of all ages and all backgrounds.
      Full Shabbos hospitality: accommodations and meals. Cost: $40
      (students: $35) and for the concert: $18 (students: $12). Limited
      space available: to reserve, call 845-362-4555 or email
      Onegshabbat@... BEFORE March 12. I hope you'll join me there!
      Check out my review of the Moshav Band's newest album, at bottom of
      this email, and see the flyer online
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NYCJewishMusic/files/events

      Tonight, Friday, March 7 at 6:15pm I will be leading
      Kabbalat Shabbat services with lots of singing, at Chabad of the
      Upper West Side, Columbus Ave at 92 St. Following davening at 7pm
      will be dinner with guest speaker Rabbi Manis Friedman: reserve for
      dinner at http://www.chabadwestside.org

      Also tonight at 5:40 PM, if you want even more singing and
      more inspiring experience, Eyal Raviv is leading the davening at
      Ramath Orah, 550 W110 St. For more information, contact the shul at
      212-222-2470 or see http://www.ramathorah.org

      Tomorrow night, Saturday, March 8 at 8pm it's the Riverdale
      Jewish Center's annual youth benefit concert, featuring Pey Dalid
      (with special guest guitarist Maury Epstein) and SoulFarm, at JHS
      141 in Riverdale, NY at the corner of 237th St and Independence
      Ave. For tickets ($18; $10 for students) and more info, call 718-
      548-1850 x17 or email rsassoon@... and see http://PeyDalid.com
      and http://www.mauryepstein.com

      Also March 8 (and again Mar 15) at 11pm is Don Slovin's
      improv jam at the Brooklyn Lyceum, 227 4th Ave. It costs $5 to be
      in the audience, or be part of the band for free! For more info
      call 866-gowanus or see http://gowanus.com and to be in the show
      email Don at donslovin@...

      Also March 8 at 8:30PM, and Sunday, March 9 at 3PM and 7PM,
      (EXTRA SHOWS JUST ADDED) catch the final three performances of the
      new Jewish musical play "Destinations," from the creators of "Twist
      of Faith" and "Second Chances" with original songs by Avi Kunstler
      on guitar, at Theater for the New City, 155 First Avenue bet. 9th
      and 10th St. For more info or to schedule a performance in your
      area call Matt Okin at 201-567-6664. Tickets: $10. To reserve call
      212-254-1109 or goto http://www.theaterforthenewcity.org

      Also March 8 at 9PM Bsamim in concert up in Monsey at
      Kehillat New Hempstead, 720 Union Rd. Tickets at the door: $15, $12
      for students. Sponsorships available: $100 includes 2 reserved
      seats. A portion of proceeds to benefit Israel. To reserve tickets
      for more info, call 845-304-9433 or see http://www.knh.org and
      http://www.bsamim.com

      Also March 8 at 9 PM "The Gender Debate: Truth & Dare,"
      featuring two of the world's best selling relationship authors, John
      Gray, author of "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" and Rabbi
      Shmuley Boteach, defending against Gray's challenges to his most
      recent (and provocative) book, "Kosher Adultery." Free Tofutti non-
      dairy ice cream: new "Marry Me Dessert Bars." Musical performance
      after the debate by amazing singer/songwriter Ira Kaplan. At
      Chelsea Synagogue Hall, 236 W23 St. btwn 7th and 8th Aves. Tix: $12
      (RSVP before March 2) or $15 at door. Call 888-389-9600 or email
      cubits@... and see
      http://www.geocities.com/genderdebatetruthanddare

      Sunday, March 9 Tonic's weekly Klezmer Brunch features
      Moldovan Masters of Jewish Music: at 1:30 pm German Goldenshteyn,
      Aron Gershman and ensemble, playing Moldovan-Jewish wedding music,
      and at 3 pm Yefim Chorny and Suzan Gergus, performing Yiddish
      songs. Moldovan-Jewish music is deeply rooted in ancient
      traditions, a fusion of energetic Moldovan folk music, with
      Romanian, Turkish and Gypsy influences, and comprised of prayerful
      cantorial elements, with vocals sung in Yiddish and Russian. Cost:
      $10 each set or $15 for both. See above for info on Tonic and check
      out http://www.renewablestoday.com/moldova !NOTE: Kol Isha may be
      applicable here; consult your local Rabbinic authority!

      Also Mar 9 Safam in concert at the State Theater in New
      Brunswick, New Jersey, sponsored by Rutgers University Hillel
      Foundation. For ticket information call 732-545-2407 and see
      http://safam.com

      Also March 9 at 3PM and 7PM Jewish musical
      play "Destinations" -- see info above Mar 8

      Also March 9 at 1pm and again at 3:30pm The Gerard Edery
      Ensemble playing at the Center for Jewish History, 15 W16 St. For
      more info call 917-606-8200 and see http://www.cjh.org

      Monday, March 10, at 7:45 pm the Mo Shapiro Band playing one
      set at CBGB's 313 Gallery, 313 Bowery between 1st and 2nd St
      (Bleeker St ends at the club's door) in the Lower East Side. (take
      #6 or F trains to Bleeker). Cover: $5. Good tunes, good times and
      an uncontrollable desire to shake it up. For more info see
      http://www.cbgb.com and check out Mo's new website at
      http://www.momuzic.com

      Also Mar 10 at 7:30pm Kinky Friedman, hailed the Frank Zappa
      of country music, presents his latest film about being from El
      Paso. On tour with Bob Dylan in the mid-'70s, Friedman unleashed
      self-biting satire with his band "Kinky Friedman and His Texas
      Jewboys." Cost: $9. At Makor, 35 W67 St, btwn Central Park West
      and Columbus Ave. Cost: $15. More info, call 212.601.1000 or see
      http://makor.org

      Tuesday, Mar 11 at 9:30pm Kinky Friedman, outrageous,
      irreverent and always thought-provoking, performing to promote his
      recent movie (see above) Price: $25

      Also Mar 11 at 7PM Debbie Friedman in a musical healing
      Service at The Downtown Synagogue Embassy Suites, 102 North End
      Ave. See http://www.thedowntownsynagogue.org and
      http://www.debbiefriedman.com !NOTE: Kol Isha may be applicable
      here; consult your local Rabbinic authority!

      Wednesday, Mar 12 Kinky Friedman performs two sets at Makor,
      at 7pm and again at 9:30pm (see above)

      Friday March 14 - Saturday 15, I'll be leading a shabbaton
      in Monsey -- see info at top

      Saturday, March 15 at 8:30pm join for a a Pre-Purim Melave
      Malka, special night of singing, words of Torah, and music by Pey
      Dalid. In the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale Main Sanctuary Foyer,
      3700 Henry Hudson Parkway in Riverdale, NY under candlelight. BYOI
      (Bring your own instruments!) For more info, call Uri and Dahlia
      Topolosky at 718.884.2586 and see the flyer at
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NYCJewishMusic/files/events

      Also March 15 at 9:15 PM (doors open 8:45 PM) The Andy
      Statman Trio in the Second Annual Dave Tarras Memorial Concert,
      featuring rarely performed Tarras compositions written for Andy
      Statman, as well as Klezmer and Chassidic melodies (plus a little
      Bluegrass). At The Boyaner Shul, 441 West End Ave (@81 St). Ask
      doorman for directions. Admission: $20 (proceeds benefit the Breslov
      Center for Spirituality and Inner Growth). See
      http://www.andystatman.org

      Also March 15 at 9pm Avraham Rosenblum and Diaspora for a
      special pre-Purim Bash at Aish Kodesh. another amazing evening of
      music and Torah. Admission will be $15, $10 for students. The shul
      is at 353 Woodmere Blvd. Call 516-374-8596 and see
      http://aishkodesh.org or http://diasporaband.com

      Also March Mar 15 at 11pm is Don Slovin's improv jam; see
      info above for Mar 8

      Sunday, March 16 7:30pm is the 8th annual Hebron concert at
      Town Hall, 123 W43 St. Starring the incredible Yehuda Glantz on
      tour from Israel playing his unique blend of Jewish music to Latin
      rhythms. He's got to be one of the most talented musicians I've
      ever seen. Also features Kol Achai, and the Shai Bachar Band

      Also Mar 16 at 8pm Cantorial All-Star Concert to benefit
      Israeli victims of terror, with world-famous chazzanim Moshe Stern,
      Yitchak Helfgot, Naftali Herstik, Benny Rogosnitzky, Maestro Matthew
      Lazar, choir ensemble, violin vituosso Jonathan Gandelsman, and
      Daniel Gildar on piano. At Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall.
      Tickets: $50, $100, $180. For more info or reservations call 212-
      787-3016 and see flyer at
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NYCJewishMusic/files/events

      Also Mar 16 at 7pm and again at 9pm Pharaoh's Daughter
      Chamber Project, with oud, string quartet, flutes, percussion
      playing short sets, opening for legendary, Shlomo Bar and Habrera
      Hativeet at Joe's Pub, 425 Lafayette St between East 4th St. & Astor
      Place (take N or 6 train). Both bands feature a real eclectic
      Middle Eastern sound. Cost: $25 each set. Show may sell out,
      advanced purchase is suggested: for info & reservations call 212-539-
      8778 or see http://www.JoesPub.com !NOTE: Kol Isha may be
      applicable here; consult your local Rabbinic authority!

      Monday, March 17, 8pm Purim party with Soulfarm and The
      Moshav Band, at BB King Blues Club, 42nd St. See http://soulfarm.net

      Also Mar 17 at 8:30PM annual Purim Concert featuring The
      Spark Lifters at the Carlebach Shul, 305 W79 St. Cost: $15. More
      info, call the shul at 212-580-2391

      I'm teaching a new music class: SYNAGOGUE SKILLS 101 on
      Mondays 8:15pm-9:45pm. Eight sessions beginning March 24. What do
      the Shabbos prayers mean? How does the daily liturgy compare with
      the holiday liturgy? Broaden your understanding of the synagogue
      service and learn how to lead the davening in shul. At the Old
      Broadway Synagogue, 15 Old Broadway, one half block east of Broadway
      btwn 125 & 126 St. $100 per person for the whole series. Financial
      assistance is available. To reserve or for more info, email
      p.radensky@... or call 212-662-9767

      Jewish Music Album of the Week: the Moshav Band's latest
      album, "Return Again" is a seemingly impossible accomplishment:
      after three other incredible releases, they're still reinventing
      themselves, this time creating a new sound by returning again to
      their roots. The album is made up mostly of newly discovered or
      less-known Carelbach tunes, but it could almost be a greatest hits,
      with every song masterfully interpreted in their eclectic style.
      With the soulful vocals and spare guitars on Shomer Yisrael and the
      hauntingly beautiful harmonies on the title track, you feel returned
      to the land of your soul. Then they rock out on Yibane reggae
      style, Pitchu Li is done Middle Eastern, while Hitoreri and Ufduye
      are great bluegrass. The eulogy for Reb Shlomo is from an earlier
      Ben Zion & Sons album, but they've even improved on this ode to
      their spiritual and musical mentor: the lyrics are even more fitting
      and true now eight years after Reb Shlomo has left us in this lower
      world to return again to the upper world. The Moshav Band has
      succeeded in producing a really cool, chilled out package of all
      Jewish songs, without losing any of their rockin' edge of previous
      hits. But the best thing about the Moshav Band is seeing them live,
      so don't miss the shabbaton next week. http://www.moshavband.com

      Have a great Shabbos!

      Gili Houpt
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