Noah Hoffeld and Lee Feldman Play Hanukkah Concert at Tamid Tonight
Join cellist Noah Hoffeld and Lee Feldman for a Hanukkah Concert, "Sacred Time" at Tamid, a new downtown synagogue with great acoustics. George Washington prayed here (but probably didn't daven).
With special guest Basya Schechter (Pharaoh's Daughter), the concert will be held at Tamid, the Downtown Synagogue, tonight, December 7th @ 8:00 p.m. in the St. Paul’s Chapel (corner of Broadway and Vesey). Come early for the family Dreidel Spinning Contest @ 7:15 pm. Cover charge is by donation.
The duo will be joined by the wonderful singer and composer Basya Schechter and will be playing some classical music, some traditional music and some originals, all with Jewish themes.
The concert starts at 8 pm, but you can come to a family Dreidel Spinning Contest at 7:15 pm. Or come to Shabbat Services, starting at 6 pm.
For more about the album Noah and Lee made last year, "Sacred Time: Jewish Music for Cello and Piano," click HERE. You can purchase hard copies of the album on Bandcamp or Amazon, and digital copies on iTunes.