Unlike what many might expect in their congregations, here at PSC the first 1/3 of 2014 brings with it many opportunities for musical, holiday, and liturgical celebrations!
TU B'SHEVAT SEDER
It's back! Join us on Wednesday, January 15th (Erev Tu B'Shevat itself) from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. for this beautiful celebration for all ages, held in our Social Hall.
Nothing I can talk about :-) BUT nothing you'd want to miss. Disco balls, flash mobs, time warps, raps, guest musicians from past and present? You'll just have to show! Saturday evening, March 15th followed the next morning by our BBYO-led Purim carnival!
If you don't know this Yeshiva University a capella group, please do yourselves a favor and check them out on Youtube.com. Once you do, you'll want to contact me and book your tickets. PSC has a group block of tickets. One price, all ages--$30. Please see or call me for yours (while supplies last). Sunday, March 23rd at 5:00 p.m. at the SFJCC.
This is our major school fundraiser for this year. PLEASE save the date: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Shuffle Concert features PSC's own musical prodigy, Jessica Pearlman! Tickets are $36 adults, $18 children (under13), or free (students enrolled in Greenberg Religious School). Since this is tzedakah for our school, donations are always graciously accepted beyond those amounts or if your are not able to join us. What is a shuffle concert (I feel many of you wondering)? Check out their website (shuffleconcert.com) for full details. For the nutshell version:
SHUFFLE Concert changes the rules of performance as you know it. In this musical celebration the AUDIENCE chooses what pieces will be performed! From Baroque, Classical and Romantic to Jazz, Pop and Broadway, SHUFFLE Concert performances offer an exciting fusion of great music, for every musical taste. Neither the audience members nor the performers themselves know which works will be requested each night and therefore the musicians maintain a rich and extensive menu of over 40 musical works derived from 14 different styles. The result...a unique performance each time.
Of course we hope you'll join us with shouts of 'mazel tov' for the bar/bat mitzvah services of Charlie, Gil, Evan, and Ariel Espinoza.
Wishing you all a joyous Tu B'Shevat, meaningful Martin Luther King Day, and here's to a great 2014!....