– Music during HHD is what makes Congregation Ahavat Olam “the music temple” in Massachusetts.
– HHD and festival services are powerful, meaningful and spiritual, but mean something different to each of us.
– Experience our unique musical arrangements and participation by our rabbi/cantor, adult choir (a mix of professionals and volunteers), and professional musicians.
– Post B’nai Mitzvah are invited to serve as Torah readers and members are asked to participate in meaningful ways during the High Holy Days.
Saturday, September 17
Sunday, September 25
Monday, September 26
Tuesday, September 27
Tuesday, October 4
We are honored to be joined by some of the most incredible artists around today. Tutti Druyan, Soloists; Ron Druyan, Pianist; Amir Milstein, Flutist; Yael Rubinstein, Cellist and of course Rabbi Idan. We are equally honored to welcome a stunning choir of professional singers, Shirley M. Fountain – Soprano, David Traugot – Tenor, Eliomar Nascimento – Bass/Baritone, Nancy Armstrong – soprano, Kamal Soparkar – Mezzo.
– Music fills the Friday night services Reform style
– Traditional Shabbat morning services a blend of the Conservative/traditional style
– “Shabbat Olam,” Rabbi Idan’s Shabbat Around the World music series & Shabbat Unplugged services occur periodically
– Tot Shabbat and religious school family services for all ages
– Havdalah services