Cantor Jeffrey Klepper to Perform at Temple Emanuel in Orange
One of the most renowned and respected musicians in contemporary American Judaism, Cantor Jeffrey Klepper will join Temple Emanuel’s 50th anniversary celebration as Musician in Residence on March 24 and 25, 2012. He will present a concert of his music, in collaboration with the Temple Emanuel Band, on March 24 at 7:30pm in the sanctuary at Temple Emanuel.
Cantor Klepper has performed throughout the USA and Israel, in England, France, the Netherlands and Russia. His original songs, such as the universally beloved “Shalom Rav,” are known throughout the Jewish world.
One of a handful of contemporary Jewish musicians responsible for changing the sound of American synagogue music, Cantor Klepper is a champion of congregational singing in worship. His influence is demonstrated not only in the hundreds of cantors, song leaders, teachers, singers and musicians who regularly teach and perform his songs, but in the thousands of students, campers and shul-goers who sing them.
Join the excitement at Temple Emanuel on Saturday, March 24 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $36/family or $18/person; ticket price includes a dessert reception and meet and greet with the musicians after the performance. To reserve tickets, or for further information, please go to www.templeemanuel-gnh.org/te-50 or call 203-397-3000. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.