“The Haunting Voice of the Jewish Cello” with renown cellist, Daniel Domb, and his wife, Carey, accompanying him on guitar was just the perfect mood for a Shabbat Evening Havdalah service. Lushes sounds from the depth of the cello combined with the virtuosity of the highly skillful technique that pleased the audience and lifted our souls. We were elevated to different levels of spirituality with each selection. Even Paganini’s complicated technique or Hungarian dancers sounded and became Jewish for this evening’s performance. A Yiddishe Mameh and Ladino selections played with conviction and passion left everyone on a high.
A sample of a work in progress, a recording project of our Friday night musical repertoire was so well received as members of the congregation in the audience joined in song and with deep feeling for the familiar presentation.
How lucky we are to be able to bring the best of Jewish music to our people and beyond.
Enjoy the few musical measures of an intimate evening.
Don’t forget our next concert!
Shabbat Shira with “The Minor Prophets”