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Sing Out Shabbat Weekend

Fri, Aug 26 @ 9:30 amSat, Aug 27 @ 10:00 pm

Raise up your voice at Sing Out Shabbat featuring guest artists-in-residence, Rabbi Josh Warshawsky and Coleen Dieker! Those of you that joined us for last year's Selichot Weekend with Rabbi Josh know it was a moving entrance into the High Holiday season. We hope you'll join us again and bring your friends and family!

Registration is required for certain events (details below). The deadline to register is Friday, August 19.

A special thank you to Nancy and Marshall Levine for co-sponsoring this event.

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Schedule

Friday, August 26
Meet friends old and new over a delicious Shabbos dinner, and lift your spirit with a musical Kabbalat Shabbat for the whole family. The event is for ALL ages and open to the wider community.

  • Welcome – 5:30 p.m.
  • Dinner – 6:00 p.m. *Registration required and spots limited
  • Shabbat Service led by Rabbi Josh Warshawsky and Coleen Dieker – 7:00 p.m.
  • Oneg/Dessert Reception and Singing – 8:15 p.m.

Saturday, August 27

  • Shabbat Service with Rabbi Josh Warshawsky – 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. | Ellman Chapel *Registration required
  • Rebbe's Tish – 12:30–1:15 p.m. | Srochi Auditorium: Rabbi Josh Warshawsky will teach some new melodies in preparation for the evening concert, as well as share Torah around them
  • Mincha/Ma'ariv Service – 7:45 p.m. | Ellman Chapel
  • Havdallah into Elul Kickoff Concert – 8:30–10:00 p.m. | Ellman Chapel: Kick off your high holiday season with a heart-opening communal music experience led by Rabbi Josh Warshawsky and Coleen Dieker. Bring your ears wide open and your mouth ready to sing! *Registration required

Registration and Pricing

  • Friday Night Dinner: $20 per adult (13+); $10 per child (ages 4-12); Free per child (under age 3)
  • Saturday Shabbat Service: FREE
  • Havdallah into Elul Kickoff Concert: FREE

Kesher (religious school) families will receive 50% off.
The opportunity to become a meal sponsor for the Friday Night Dinner will be offered.


About the Artists-in-Residence

Rabbi Josh Warshawsky is a nationally touring Jewish musician, song leader, and composer. Josh seeks to build intentional praying communities by traveling to synagogues, camps, and schools across the country, sharing his music and teachings on prayer. He is originally from Chicago and has released three albums of Jewish music with a fourth on the way in 2021. Josh composes melodies to open up new possibilities for understanding the deep meaning of the words of our tradition. Josh was ordained by the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies in Los Angeles.

Coleen Dieker, a Kansas City, MO native, performs on a wide variety of instruments: piano, guitar, flute, ukulele and especially the violin. She is also an accomplished composer and arranger, a gift she has employed in various roles, including as a music director in the non-secular world. She attended Boston's Berklee College of Music for two years, an experience that inspired her to pursue music as a passion and a profession but bound to no single genre or style. She has since flourished as a go-to artist in Kansas City and beyond. Her current projects include Ensemble Iberica, which explores the traditional music of Spain and Portugal, and Flannigan's Right Hook, a high-energy country/bluegrass/Celtic rock band. She also writes, records and tours with acclaimed Jewish singer/songwriter Rabbi Josh Warshawsky. No matter the endeavor, Dieker contributes more than just her music virtuosity. She also delivers a passion, enthusiasm and that sense of adventure that her peers admire and respect. Clint Ashlock, artistic director of the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra, once said of Dieker: "She is not afraid to assert her personality, which is difficult to do consistently when you play in such a wide variety of musical settings like she does. She's really one of the most brilliant individual musicians in our scene."

Details

Start:
Fri, Aug 26 @ 9:30 am
End:
Sat, Aug 27 @ 10:00 pm
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Venue

Ahavath Achim Synagogue
600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW
Atlanta, GA 30327
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