Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beautiful music which the same musicians will perform.  This series is made possible by a generous gift from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Flutist Novoa Champion along with the siblings Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky will join pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser for this concert, which will include reflective and meditative music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Faure, Bolling, and more.

 You must be vaccinated to attend this concert and masks are required.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this livestream “MUSIC and MEANING” concert that will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  The program will begin at 8:00.  Emmanuel (violin) and Frances (cello) Borowsky as well as Cantor Ben Ellerin will join  Daniel Weiser on piano for this concert highlighting some beautiful reflective and meditative music by Bloch, Mendelssohn, Ravel, and more.  The “MUSIC and MEANING” series is made possible by the generosity of the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

The concert will be followed by the special S’lictoh Service which will include more spiritual music performed by Cantor Ellerin along with the Borowsky siblings and Daniel Weiser.

The concert will go live on Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 at the following link:  https://venue.streamspot.com/de50dfb8

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Check out Muphen Whitney’s newest Podcast about this concert:

We plan to start 2020 off with a bang with this very exciting program of great American music featuring the fabulous internationally renowned violinist Timothy Schwarz.  Tim and I were the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassadors which resulted in a two month tour of the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where we performed American music in eleven different countries.  As the State Dept. later wrote of the tour: “Schwarz and Weiser bring incredible passion, virtuosity, and excitement to all their programs.”  This program will include some fantastic music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and Aaron Copland, along with great arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s West Side Story.  You will not want to miss it!

Check out a recording of the St. Louis Blues by the Duo:

 

 

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for a wonderful and unique blend of sounds as we present some beautiful trios for oboe, bassoon, and piano written by French composers.  This seldom heard combination of instruments is truly special, capable of great lyricism and exquisite beauty.   We hope you can join us for a House Concert in Guilford or at another of our “Music and Meaning” programs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville.

Listen below to a recording of Lalliet’s Terzetto for oboe, bassoon, and piano

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for this FREE concert, the third program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and TRANSFORMATION” will precede the special S’licoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary itself.  Music will begin at 7:30pm (light hors d’oeuvres available just prior to the concert) and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain great music with the Borowsky siblings as well as a quartet of singers.  This series is made possible by funds from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Foundation

Cantor Ben Ellerin will join the Borowsky siblings on violin and cello and myself on piano for this concert highlighting music that transforms and modulates.  We will do pieces with Theme and Variations by Mozart and Haydn, a powerful Kodaly duo for violin and cello, a Dvorak trio transforming some folk melodies, two versions of the Four Seasons by both Vivaldi and Piazzolla, and more.   Join us for this wonderfully reflective and transformative program!

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

The exciting inaugural concert in a new concert series featuring AmiciMusic called “MUSIC and MEANING” that is generously sponsored by the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Our first program, entitled “JEWISH JOURNEY”, features some powerful “classical” works with a distinctly Jewish sound and flavor that will highlight the important history of Jewish composers and their influence.   The program, which takes place on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes music by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Bloch, Bernstein, and an original trio called “In Memorium” by Francis and Emmanuel Borowsky.   The performers include the Borowsky siblings on cello and violin as well as their mother, cellist Cecylia Barczyk, cantor Ben Ellerin, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser.  This will be a free program with donations gratefully accepted to help us continue this series for many years to come.  Please spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.  The concerts will all take place in the beautiful Dalsheimer Auditorium at BHC.

Enjoy a performance of Bloch’s powerful “Nigun” with Emmanuel Borowsky and Daniel Weiser

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

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Join us for this thrilling program featuring violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky and pianist/Art. Dir. Daniel Weiser performing music with strong folk influences, including works by Bruch, Bloch, Janacek, Popper, Piazzolla, and more.  Pianist Elizabeth Borowsky will also join us on the final performance.  From Bruch’s Kol Nidre and Bloch’s Nigun, based on Jewish melodies, to Janacek’s Moravian-inspired Pohadka;  from Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody ,to the Argentinian tangos of Astor Piazzolla, this is all exciting and rhythmic music with memorable tunes.  The Borowsky siblings have performed in over 30 countries around the world as well as celebrated venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  Mr. Weiser is the 1996 U.S. Artistic Ambassador of Music who has also performed in a wide variety of countries, including Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Thailand, and Israel.

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Join us for another free program in our MUSIC and MEANING series at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This concert, entitled “MUSIC and REFLECTION” will precede the special Slicoth Saturday evening Services at BHC and will take place in the Sanctuary on the new Steinway piano donated by Shirley Kaufman.  Music will begin at 7:00pm and will last about an hour.  There will then be a short 15 minute break in which audience members are free to leave or they can stay for a short and meditative 45 minute Service following the concert that will also contain beau