Rock Shabbat is a road trip of American Jewish Music. Over 16 weeks we are travelling around the continental United States meeting Jewish musicians, sharing their stories, and exploring America and the state of Jewish music.
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Musicians This Week:
Beth is a singer and songwriter, and has been writing Jewish music and leading congregations for over 25 years. She has also been called on as an educator; most recently on faculty at the URJ Scheidt Leadership seminar for temple presidents, where she is an expert on worship transformation, technology integration and sound issues associated with contemporary music in worship.
Marcy has been on music staff with Sam and Sam at camp Ramah Darom since 2009.
Aaron Kula ’85 M.M. has been teaching, arranging and performing ethnic music for 30 years. He joined the Florida Atlantic University faculty in 1997 and in the fall of 2003, was named director of music collections and performance at FAU Libraries, where his activities include archiving, lecturing, composing, and performing and directing the Klezmer Company Orchestra.
Hazzan David Feuer:
Hazzan Feuer is a native of Rosario, Argentina. In Buenos Aires, Hazzan Feuer was Choir Conductor at the largest Orthodox Synagogue in South America and Musical Director of the choir of Agudat Hahazzanim in Argentina. He has been the Hazzan at Temple Emanuel of Palm Beach since 1986.