Tickets are $500 per seat, no membership fee is required. $100 per seat pricing available for students with valid ID and their parents. Discounted parking at the Washington-Madison-Wells Garage (172 W. Madison), and free babysitting is available.
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Who will live and who will pray?
An in-depth look at the central prayers of the High Holidays with Rabbi Aron Wolgel
Thursday, September 22, 2022
The Unetaneh Tokef prayer contains the refrain "On Rosh Hashanah it is written and on Yom Kippur it is sealed." Through a close reading of the text, we will explore how context and literary devices are used to evoke powerful emotion. We will also examine the idea of being "written" and "sealed" as it applies daily.
To RSVP for these classes, click here.
If you missed the first class "What makes a good hazzan? Classic and modern Jewish thoughts about the art of the cantor," click here to watch.
If you missed last Wednesday's class "Making Meaning from the Machzor without knowing the words," please click here to watch.
If you missed last Thursday's class "Prayer in song: How music enhances our High Holidays experience," please click here.