A new musical partnership between Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills and Temple Beth Am.
Musical Innovation Across Denominations
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2019
TEMPLE EMANUEL OF BEVERLY HILLS
SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2019
TEMPLE BETH AM
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2019
TEMPLE EMANUEL OF BEVERLY HILLS
Make your Father’s Day plans early this year!
Join us Sunday, June 16 at 2:00 PM at Temple Beth Am for an extraordinary, soulful concert experience with premiere Jewish song leader & composer Joey Weisenberg. We’ll immerse in prayerful niggunim both familiar and new, and we’ll create an unforgettable elevated circle of song featuring extraordinary musicians from around Los Angeles.
Check the site often as we add more artists, news and updated information for you to enjoy. To learn more about our three artists, feel free to click on the links below for a biography and links to their websites.
Netanel Goldberg - Details
Netanel Goldberg is a countertenor vocal artist who leads sessions of prayer and healing circles in Israel, Europe, and the United States.
In addition to Hebrew and English, Netanel performs in new languages that he makes up live, an improvisational reflection of life through music. He is the musical producer of the Rumi concert, “Come However You Are.”
To listen to Netanel’s music, please visit netanelgoldberg.bandcamp.com.
Joey Weisenberg - Details
Joey Weisenberg is the Creative Director of Mechon Hadar’s Rising Song Institute, which seeks to empower Jewish community-building through music. Joey works to educate and train communities around the world to unlock their musical and spiritual potential, and to make music a lasting and joy-filled force in shul and in Jewish life. Joey runs workshops and trainings across the country, including the Singing Communities Intensive each December at Hadar in New York City. Joey has authored Building Singing Communities, and The Torah of Music (Fall 2017) published by Mechon Hadar and winner of a National Jewish Book Award, and is a multi-instrumental musician, singer, and composer. His nigunim, published in 6 CDs and a Songbook, have become popular worldwide.
For more information on Joey, please visit his website at joeyweisenberg.com.
Elana Arian - Details
Elana Arian is a busy multi-instrumentalist, composer, and recording artist. She studied conducting and violin, jazz guitar, and songwriting at Yale and has performed at some of the most celebrated concert halls in the country, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Tanglewood, and perhaps most memorably, five different performances at the (Obama) White House.
Elana inspires communities across the country with her soulful music, and has collaborated with some of the leading voices in contemporary Jewish music, including Dan Nichols, Josh Nelson, Noah Aronson, and Debbie Friedman, z”l. Elana has served on the faculty of both Shirei Chagiga and Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, teaching guitar at the Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music. In addition to her work as a guest Artist in Residence for congregations and communities across the United States, Elana has been in residence in the Friday worship ensemble at Central Synagogue for the past 11 years.
Visit elanaarian.com to learn more and to hear her music.
Suggested donation $18 per concert or $32 to 2-concert pass series
Online ticket sales have closed. Tickets are available at the door on Sunday afternoon at
Temple Beth Am.