Following the service on Shabbat mornings, Beit Emanuel hosts an interesting and informed speaker on a thought-provoking topic. Sessions start at approx. 11.15 am.
21 May – Adam Golding, conductor of the well-known Lewandowski Chorale, describes it as a choir dedicated to keeping classical Jewish liturgical music alive. “I always begin by saying that it is not a Jewish Choir, but rather a choir dedicated to Jewish music. So what is the difference?” Golding will discuss the choir, its mission, structures and goals and also play recordings of their music.