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"The Moth" comes to TIP

Saturday, August 28, 2021 20 Elul 5781

8:15 PM - 9:15 PM

Join us in the sanctuary for havdalah followed by an evening of storytelling by congregants on the subject of forgiveness. If you have a short story to share, please contact Rabba Kaya as soon as possible.

A gentle and engaging Selichot service will follow the storytelling with new and familiar melodies for the High Holiday season. Guest musician /harpist Carol Emanuel will inspire and enhance our service.

Carol Emanuel is one of New York’s leading contemporary harpists. Her music encompasses Western Classical, New Music and Afro- Brazilian idioms, all of which she combines in her improvisations. After earning degrees from the University of Rochester and the California Institute of the Arts, she studied and performed with Gunther Schuller and Ran Blake at the New England Conservatory of Music. In the new music field she has performed with Anthony Braxton, Earl Howard, Bobby Previte, Arto Lindsay, Lawrence "Butch" Morris and John Zorn. Ms. Emanuel was a featured artist in Women in Improvisation at Symphony Space. She has appeared at jazz festivals in Germany, Holland and Austria.

In the classical field Ms. Emanuel has performed with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and toured with the Goldovsky Opera Company. She was a featured soloist with the Gregg Smith Singers at Alice Tully Hall, and at contemporary music festivals in San Diego, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Ms. Emanuel's playing is featured on over 25 recordings

Working with composer John Zorn for over 20 years, Carol is the harpist on the groundbreaking Godard/Spillane, as well as Filmworks, the recent Femina and many other recorded scores. In 2008-2009 Carol performed Zorn’s Shir Hashirim at the Guggenheim Museum, the North Jazz Festival in Holland, at the Jazz a la Villette Festival in Paris and at the new La Scala in Milan.

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