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The Jewish Soul: Cantor Arik Luck in Concert (hybrid)

Saturday, February 5, 2022 4 Adar I 5782

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

 

If you haven't already submitted your Proof of Vaccination, please upload it here or email it to Sunshine Figlio at Sunshine@TempleSinaiPGH.org.

 

Join us for an in-person concert with Cantor Arik Luck featuring a variety of songs from the very roots of Jewish music (chant), moving through history to Eastern Europe (Chazanut), Western Europe (Classical Reform), Klezmer/Yiddish Theatre, Broadway, summer camp, and more!

Register below for your seat in the Leebov Sanctuary for this free concert. Click to watch on Zoom.

ABOUT CANTOR LUCK
Since 2015, Cantor Luck has served as the Ben and A. Jess Shenson Cantor at Congregation Emanu-El of San Francisco. Previously, he had served six years at Beth Emet The Free Synagogue, in Evanston, IL. In addition to his full-time work as cantor and clergy, Cantor Luck has appeared as a principle soloist in numerous concerts throughout the country, including Siamsa na nGael: If It Weren’t For the Irish and the Jews (Chicago Symphony Center, with Martin Sheen), The Bloch Sacred Service (Music Institute of Chicago), Schoenberg’s A Survivor From Warsaw (Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra), Standing Out/Fitting In: Jewish Stories/American Songs (Aspen, CO), and Abraham’s Children: A Prayer for Peace (Indiana University, with Iraqi tenor Omer Turkmenoglu).

Cantor Luck has served on the faculty of the Union for Reform Judaism Summer Learning Institute, is a proud seventh year faculty member of URJ Camp Newman, and previously served five years on faculty at Olin Sang Ruby Union Institute (OSRUI), the URJ summer camp in Oconomowoc, WI. He is a member of the American Conference of Cantors (ACC), was a founding member and former president of the Reform Cantors of Chicago (RCC), holds a Masters Degree of Sacred Music from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music, and was ordained as a cantor by HUC-JIR DFSSM in 2009. He is also a proud Tartan, having graduated from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama in 2000, and is thrilled to return to Pittsburgh! Cantor Luck resides in San Francisco with his spouse, Rachel, their three children, and their dog, Fievel.

TEMPLE SINAI COVID POLICY UPDATE (Effective February 1, 2022): MASKS AND PROOF OF VACCINATION ARE NOW REQUIRED AT TEMPLE SINAI

Anyone entering the Temple Sinai grounds or building all individuals are asserting that (a) they are Up to Date on vaccination and will provide proof, (b) they will wear a mask at all times, (c) they are not experiencing symptoms of COVID, (d) they are not aware of any recent exposure, and (e) they agree to comply with all COVID requirements while on Temple Sinai grounds. 

By entering Temple Sinai grounds or building you are indicating your understanding of and agreement with these rules on behalf of yourself and any minors whom you are accompanying.

Masks are available for anyone who did not bring one.

“Up to Date” means “a person has received all recommended COVID-19 vaccines, including any booster dose(s) when eligible.

Exceptions: masks are not required for children under the age of two. Vaccinations are not required for individuals for whom they are not yet available (under the age of 5) or those for whom vaccination is not possible. For full details, click to see the current policy.

 

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