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Shira’s Concert Schedule

Rosh Hashannah with Lab/Shul – New York, NY

September 29, 2019toSeptember 30, 2019

AWE Shira is the Director of Worship and musical director of Lab/Shul’s High Holy Days 2019/5780.  Our seventh season invites all ages to return to center, recharge soul, and unleash the best within us for a better   year for all.

Grand Prospect Hall, Brooklyn.
Everybody friendly, artist-driven.
God-optional, all ages.

Reserve your seat or join us online. Everybody’s welcome.

Soul Spa with Lab/Shul – New York, NY

October 5, 2019

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Location: JCC Harlem (318 W 118th St, New York)

Yom Kipper with Lab/Shul – New York, NY

October 8, 2019toOctober 9, 2019

AWEShira is the Director of Worship and musical director of Lab/Shul’s High Holy Days 2019/5780.  Our seventh season invites all ages to return to center, recharge soul, and unleash the best within us for a better   year for all.

Grand Prospect Hall, Brooklyn.
Everybody friendly, artist-driven.
God-optional, all ages.

Reserve your seat or join us online. Everybody’s welcome.

Sabbath Queen with Lab/Shul – New York, NY

October 18, 2019
6:00 pm

labshul-logo-ls-url-1472223445Unwind + unplug + recharge at our monthly RituaLab welcoming the Sabbath Queen into our lives. To RSVP or learn more about the event visit Lab/Shul.

Event Schedule (subject to change)

6:00pm – 7:00pm Happy Hour (Open Bar 21+)

7:00pm – 8:30pm Live Musical Liturgy, Poetry and Contemplative Pause

 

Soul Spa with Lab/Shul – New York, NY

November 2, 2019

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Location: JCC Harlem (318 W 118th St, New York)

Sabbath Queen with Lab/Shul – New York, NY

November 15, 2019
6:00 pm

labshul-logo-ls-url-1472223445Unwind + unplug + recharge at our monthly RituaLab welcoming the Sabbath Queen into our lives. To RSVP or learn more about the event visit Lab/Shul.

Event Schedule (subject to change)

6:00pm – 7:00pm Happy Hour (Open Bar 21+)

7:00pm – 8:30pm Live Musical Liturgy, Poetry and Contemplative Pause

Artist in Residence – New Haven, CT

November 16, 2019toNovember 17, 2019

new havenShira is delighted to spend November 16 and November 17 with Temple Emanuel of Greater New Haven as an artist in residence. For more information on Shira’s time with their community, please contact the Temple Emanuel of Greater New Haven directly at (203) 397-3000.

Friday Night Shabbat Services – Westchester, NY

November 22, 2019
6:45 pm

EmanuelJoin Shira for Shabbat services at Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester on Friday, November 22. Pre-service family education begins at 6:45 p.m. and services begin at 7:30 p.m.

2125 Westchester Avenue East
Rye, NY 10580

For more information, please contact Congregation Emanu-El at 914-967-4382.

Soul Spa with Lab/Shul – New York, NY

December 7, 2019

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Location: JCC Harlem (318 W 118th St, New York)

Teacher and Presenter – Chicago, IL

December 11, 2019toDecember 15, 2019

URJJoin Shira and thousands of others from across North America to “learn, pray, share ideas, dance and sing”. Shira will be teaching and presenting through performance and interactive instruction.

 

  • Thursday, December 12 -  3:45 – 5:00 p.m. – Experimenting in the Art of Gathering

    • Thousands of unaffiliated families. Two Queens neighborhoods. No Reform movement presence. Family Shabbat events piloted by URJ, Eisner & Crane Lake Camps and ShirLaLa. How might this experiment inspire you to rethink engagement efforts in your own community? Together we’ll explore elements of the design and implementation process, and how a culture of experimentation made it possible.
    • Participants will leave this workshop with:
    • A framework for designing future gatherings based on Priya Parker’s book, The Art of Gathering
    • An example connecting WHY with every facet of HOW, WHEN, WHO and WHERE to gather
    • A model of donor engagement and stewardship
  • Friday, December 13 – 9:00-10:15 a.m. – Beyond ‘Tot Shabbat’: Multi-generational Community-Building
    • ‘Tot Shabbat’ is a welcoming bridge to multi-generational spiritual and communal experiences. We focus on building relationships, connecting to a larger community, and creating doorways for the adults who bring their little ones!  Learn about the work of a think tank of practitioners, clergy and musicians, exploring new research, best principles, congregational success stories about the true power of a well-supported, meaningfully crafted Tot worship experiences for all.

For more information, visit the URJ Biennial website.