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Sunday, February 22 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
R'fuah Sh'leimah: Songs and Words of Jewish Healing

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Music is elemental to human nature. We naturally sing a lullaby, chant a children's rhyme, or whistle while we work. Perhaps music's power derives from its rhythmic essence, for we are rhythmic creatures in our breathing and our heart pulsing. Hence the power of music to restore our natural rhythms, the steady beat of life re-regularized despite the pain. Hence too, ritual; for music is ritualized sound, and even when there is no cure, healing can come from ritual. This is a presentation of healing music through voice and piano. May it find a place where illness threatens and music heals. 

Presenters
avatar for Michelle Auslander Cohen

Michelle Auslander Cohen

Cantorial Soloist, Temple Beth Am of Margate
Soprano Michelle Auslander Cohen is a native of Skokie, IL. Throughout her young adult life, Michelle pursued an operatic career, and attended universities and operatic programs including the Peabody Conservatory, Boston University, and Indiana University. She has earned several musical awards including from Shalshelet: The Foundation for New Jewish Liturgical Music. Michelle has worked as a Cantorial Soloist throughout South Florida for the... Read More →
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Alan Mason

Director of Music, Temple Israel of Greater Miami
The Director of Music at Temple Israel of Greater Miami, Dr. Alan Mason is a nationally recognized pianist and program director for concerts of sacred and liturgical Jewish music, including producing the highly acclaimed Annual Winter Jewish Music Concert, www.jewishconcert.org.  A graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, Master of Music, and the University of Miami, D.M.A., he is an Associate Professor of Music at Barry University in... Read More →


Sunday February 22, 2015 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 122