Chamber Classics + Fanciful Folk Rock at Congregation Rodeph Sholom!

Do you love live music, eating & drinking?

Do you hate spending money?

If you answered yes to both (you did), get excited for February!

Why, you ask? Because of two amazing concerts coming to our very own Congregation Rodeph Sholom (at 7 West 83rd Street)!

Chamber Music at Rodeph Sholom: ChamberJazz!

  • When: Saturday, February 2nd from 12:30-2pm
  • Price: FREE! Light refreshments will be served.

ChamberJazz will dish out a mix of classic and contemporary hits by iconic artists like Duke Ellington and Roy Orbison, plus original works by Chris Parker, Eddie Barbash and Ted Rosenthal.

They’ll be performing their critically-acclaimed pieces from Rosenthal’s new opera, “Dear Erich”, which recently ran a completely sold out series of shows with the New York City Opera.

The star of the show will be Rodeph Sholom’s very own Cantor Rebecca Garfein, who recently portrayed Fran Drescher in the musical “Stars of David” around the country (and for you UWS theater junkies, she also recently performed in “Don’t Tell Mama” at the Triad theater).

Here’s a clip of Garfein performing at Rodolph Sholom:


Winter Coffee House with Bailen

  • When: Thursday, February 7th from 7-pm
  • Price: $10 in advance or at the door ( this includes beer, wine, food + coffee!! )

BAILEN, New York City’s favorite folk rock family, will perform their best hits plus alternative classics from the 60s through 80s.

The Bailen family (mom, dad + kids) will be joined again by Rodeph Sholom’s Cantor Rebecca Garfein, as well as jazz pianist-turned-roots musician Sam Reider.

And just to reiterate: the $10 tickets include beer, wine, food and coffee … (set up at a table … no limits).

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