Rabbi's sermon, Erev Rosh Hashanah
B'nai Shalom Shabbat, Friday, February 21st , 5:30 pm at the home of Annette and Richard Rubin.
"After dinner we will share Tu B'Shvat prayers and fruit. I will make a mushroom barley soup and Richard will bake challah. Please rsvp to me and let me know what you will bring.We hope you can join us." tels. 575-776-5426 or 802-734-8691
Tashlich at Fred Baca Park,
Klezmer Concert, Beyond the Pale,
on Monday Feb. 24th, 7-9 pm.
Presented by the TJC, at the High Frequency Loft (next door to the Taos Jewish Center).
Suggested donation, $12-25 .
For over 20 years Toronto’s Beyond the Pale has been making its distinctive brand of boundary-busting Eurofolk fusion. Inspired by Klezmer and Balkan styles but influenced by everything from jazz and classical music to bluegrass, newgrass and reggae, Beyond the Pale’s music traverses a vast and exotic musical landscape, bound by no particular idiom and shaped by many. Their stellar musicianship, meticulous dynamics, adventurous compositions, and inventive arrangements of traditional material make them one of Canada’s most innovative acoustic ensembles.
“A revelation…expertly grounded, and very much of our specific time....post-modern klezmer, in all the best senses.”
— Ari Davidow, Klezmershack.com
“A rich musical experience which can touch your soul….
Born of tradition but living in the here and now. ” — Canadian Musician Magazine
- Shalom Alechem
- Laura Wetzler
The Taos Jewish Center is...
dedicated to fostering a positive Jewish identity by providing programs and services that enrich the lives of the people it serves in Northern New Mexico.
The TJC is open to all who wish to participate in experiences that reflect and incorporate Jewish ethics, culture, and observances.
The Taos Jewish Center is not only "open to," but encourages diverse forms of Jewish practice, and we have no single affiliation -- we are not orthodox, nor reform, nor reconstructionist, nor conservative; we are all of those things, and SO MUCH MORE.
Come join us and embrace the diversity and multiplicity of Judaism as practiced by those in our community.