Voice of a People: Then, Now, and Always
Date: Feb 12, 2017
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Sponsor: Arts | H. L. Miller Cantorial School
Location: Greater Boston
A John Leopold and Martha Dellheim Concert
Join us for this inspiring concert featuring some of today’s outstanding cantorial vocalists: cantors Elias Rosemberg, Elana Rozenfeld, and Nancy Abramson, as well as H. L. Miller Cantorial School students Anna Silverman, Jen Rolnick, and Jacob Agar. The vocalists will be accompanied by David Sparr.
Sunday, February 12 at 3 p.m.
The concert is free and open to the public. Advance registration is not necessary.
385 Ward Street
Newton, MA 02459
About John Leopold Dellheim
John Dellheim z”l was a Holocaust survivor who became a pioneer computer programmer at IBM. He deeply loved Judaism and Jewish music, and endowed the John Leopold and Martha Dellheim Internship Program and Concert Series in order to bring Western cantorial music to synagogues around the United States via the mentors, alumni, and students of the H. L. Miller Cantorial School, thereby perpetuating the performance and transmission of Jewish sacred music to future generations. The John Leopold and Martha Dellheim Endowment Fund initiative includes an internship program that pairs students with mentors in the field, and expands the school’s opportunities to teach concert planning, enhance repertoire coaching, and present student performances. We are also proud to be presenting at this concert the first piece commissioned through the Dellheim Endowment.