Composer and Jewish Studies Program Director Brian S. Wilson has a longstanding tradition of connecting liturgical ideas with modern compositions, including entire remakes of such standards as Avinu Malkaynu and Shalom Alechem. Jeremiah Lockwood, grandson of renowned cantor Jacob Konigsberg and leader of the “unclassifiable, uplifting band” The Sway Machinery, will sing two of Wilson’s modern cantorial settings. Also on the program are two instrumental works performed by renowned musicians from the Bay Area.
Thursday, November 16, 6:30 pm
Quintet of cantor, clarinet, cello, piano and percussion
AND EZRA THE SCRIBE STOOD UPON A PULPIT
Trio of violin, horn and piano
Quartet of Cantor, Cello, Piano and Percussion
THE MIXED MULTITUDE
Sextet of violin, cello, clarinet, horn, percussion and piano.
Admission is free. Parking charges are waived. Seating is available on a first-come, first serve basis. Call 707-664-2324 for more information.
Thursday, Nov. 16, 6:30 pm at Schroeder Hall
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