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Music of Remembrance
Mina Miller, Artistic Director and pianist
Music of Remembrance (MOR) fills a unique cultural role throughout the world by commemorating the Holocaust through music, with concert performances, educational programs, recordings and commissions of new works.
MOR makes its San Francisco debut with After Life, a bold new MOR-commissioned opera by Tom Cipullo that reunites Pablo Picasso and Gertrude Stein, who meet posthumously to argue about art and life in an impassioned debate over the artist’s responsibilities in times of war. This not-to-be-missed evening also features the California premiere of Jake Heggie’s Farewell, Auschwitz, in addition to Holocaust-era works by Robert Dauber and David Beigelman.
Learn more at http://musicofremembrance.org/. This concert is dedicated to the memory of Emmy and Ludwig Altman, and is sponsored in part by the Ludwig Altman Fund of Congregation Emanu-El.
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Tikkun Leil Shavuot
Saturday, May 23
8:30 pm - Midnight
Come participate in a Tikkun - an evening of learning in conjunction with Congregation Sherith Israel, SF Jewish Community Center, and Congregation Beth Shalom. Our evening will begin with a beautiful Havdalah and dancing at Sherith Israel lead by our own Cantor Marsha Attie and Sherith Israel's Rabbi, Julie Saxe-Taller.