Virtual Program, Sunday, January 16 at 8:00 PM EST
In the depths of winter, when cold wind blows against bare branches, trees begin to look toward spring and, hidden beneath the surface, a new melody can be faintly heard. Hadar’s Rising Song Institute and the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History invite you to celebrate the New Year of the Trees by exploring the mystical world of Tu B’shevat through song! Led by Rebekka Goldsmith and Batya Levine, and featuring musicians Jessie Reagen Mann and Rabbi Micah Shapiro, this unique musical ritual weaves together traditional elements of the kabbalistic Tu B’shevat seder with modern sonic interpretations and prayers.
Ways to Watch
Zoom: Registration is required to receive the link–click here. The Museum’s Zoom can accommodate 500 guests. Should we reach that number, please use one of the other methods listed below—they are all free and have unlimited capacity.
Facebook: Look for the LIVE post on the Museum’s Facebook page at 8pm ET. You do not need a Facebook account to view the program.
Weitzman NMAJH website: A little before the program start time, the livestream will also be available at the top of this page. You will be prompted to enter your email address. Please note that you may need to refresh your screen and press “play” on the video—the static image will be replaced with the live feed before the program starts.
This program is presented by the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History and Hadar’s Rising Song Institute, in partnership with The Friends of Laurel Hill & West Laurel Hill Cemeteries.