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Temple Beth Am Hosts Cantorial Concert


National and international classical artists set to perform A


spectacular concert showcasing the talents of acclaimed national and inter- national classical artists will be held at Temple Beth Am in Margate on April 10, 2011 at 3PM.


“We are so thrilled to be able to offer this spectacular concert at our synagogue,” says Sophie Gottlieb, Co-Chairperson for the concert. “I can’t remember another concert with such a cast of International and National critically acclaimed artists.”


Cantor Benjamin Warschawski is an internationally known Tenor. He has sung for the President and Mrs. Clinton, lead operatic roles at the New York City Opera and has performed as a soloist at the Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C., and with the American Symphony Orchestra.


Joining Warschawski is Israeli renowned arranger, singer, and composer Cantor Michael Glozman. He has spent years with the New Israeli Opera, in Tel Aviv’s musical theater.


Cantor Sagee Goldenholz performs with the Florida Grand Opera and has agreed to join these top Classical Music Artists in this star studded afternoon.


David Andai, Concert Master of the Miami Symphony, will be spotlighted in this presentation. Andai has been hailed as an “Exemplary Leader” of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, by the New York Times. Andai’s versatility as a solo concert violinist, recitalist and recording artist has also been seen at Lincoln Center, the Sydney Opera House, and the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas in New York.


The talents of Tof drum player Mali Miller, from Israel, adds to this diversified concert. Her appearance lends that special something to round out a totally unique blend and auditory experience.


Alan Mason is one of the nation’s leading accompanists of Jewish music. He has performed for President and Mrs. Bush at the White House Hanukkah Party in 2007. Other performances include New World Symphony,


the Florida Philharmonic, the


Florida Philharmonic Chorus and a performance with a group of Cantors at the Vatican as part of the 2010 Conference on Catholic-Jewish Relations. Mason is currently an Associate Professor of Music at Barry University and the Director of Music at Temple Israel of Greater Miami.


This concert of Classical All Stars was arranged by the temple’s Cantorial Soloist, Michelle Auslander-Cohen. No stranger to the performing stage, Michelle Auslander- Cohen sang with the Cincinnati Opera Company, Baltimore Opera Ensemble, and is a published composer of Jewish liturgical music. Reaching out to her friends and colleagues, she has persuaded them to come to South Florida for this event.


Under Auslander-Cohen’s expert guidance, these talented professionals will entertain members of Temple Beth Am and the community at large. This concert, with its level of classical excellence, is not often seen or heard in one venue in South Florida.


“We have been able to keep the cost of the concert low so that everyone can enjoy this day,” says Gottlieb. Presale tickets will cost $18 and $22 at the door. Prior to the concert, a cocktail reception “Meet and Greet the Artists” will include preferred seating at the concert, and is available for $54 (Composer) and $72 (Conductor). Refreshments will be served for all attending.


Temple Beth Am is located at 7205 Royal Palm Boulevard in Margate. Tickets are on sale at the temple office. For more information, please call 954-968-4545.


14 March 2011 To Advertise in Coral Springs and Parkland City News, Please call 954-255-5226 www.CoralSpringsCityNews.com


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