Summer Concert at Har Shalom Features Rabbi Joe Black

Congregation Har Shalom of Fort Collins is holding their Summer Concert this Sunday, August 25, at 2:00 pm. Har Shalom is located at 725 West Drake Rd, Fort Collins.

Joseph Black, Senior Rabbi of Temple Emanuel in Denver, has recorded five critically-acclaimed albums of Jewish music, a songbook and two videos. Two of his songs, Boker Tov and The Afikoman Mambo have been made into Children’s books and distributed by the PJ Library.

He has performed his original music in many communities in the United States and Canada and has received numerous honors for his performance and composition. Rabbi Black is a pioneer of Jewish Contemporary music. He has performed for congregations and communities around the world. As a musician, Rabbi Black is known for his guitar virtuosity, soaring voice and lyrics that are at the same time, funny, inspirational and thought provoking. His music is an extension of his Rabbinate.

Special VIP seating available. Concessions will include snacks and desserts. Drinks available for suggested donation. This event will sell out, purchase your seats early!

Tickets: Adult: $20, Child: $5, VIP: $54
Purchase tickets at: https://tinyurl.com/y32k68d5

Proceeds from this concert support the Congregation Har Shalom MOMentum trip to Israel. Har Shalom is a partner organization of the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project.  

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