Our Musicians

OUR MUSIC PROGRAM DEPENDS ON THE CANTOR STANLEY LIPP MUSIC FUND

While there are many wonderful ways for you to support Congregation Agudath Achim, before you read our musicians’ bios below, this is our opportunity to point out that your new or increased support of the Cantor Stanley Lipp Music Fund can ensure that the 2013-2014 music programming will be as rich and full as that for this year.

Your generous contributions to the Cantor Stanley Lipp Music Fund are underwriting this year’s music programming, but the fund will definitely need refunding in order for us to be able to continue for 2013-2014.

Thank you for all you do to support the congregation. Your special attention to our musical life will pay very evident dividends.

KOL NIDRE / YOM KIPPUR EVENING – CELLIST

Jennifer Minnich returns for the fifth year, bringing her wonderful cello to enhance our Kol Nidre service.  Jennifer Minnich teaches cello in the Arlington, Wellesley and Weston Public School string programs. She is an active performer in the New England area, with a particular interest in chamber music and contemporary repertoire.

She performs with the Claflin Hill Symphony, New Bedford Symphony, New Hampshire Symphony, and Plymouth Philharmonic, and is a founding member of the Mercury Consort chamber ensemble. Jennifer received a Bachelor’s degree in Cello Performance from Boston University and a Master’s degree in Cello Performance from Boston Conservatory.
LIGHTS ON !! AND FRIDAY EVENING SHABBAT – THE ALEF BEATS – OUR VISITING A CAPPELLA VOCAL GROUP

The Alef Beats from Brown/RISD Hillel are back for the third year, bringing us several evenings of great music. They’re always a big hit.  If you’ve missed them, be sure to attend this year.  Click here for more information about this wonderful singing group.

 

LIGHTS ON !! – THE YARMULKAZIS – OUR VISITING KLEZMER BAND

The Yarmulkazis from Brown/RISD Hillel make a repeat appearance for Lights On!! Everyone thoroughly enjoyed their music last year.  Click here for more information about the Yarmulkazis and all things klezmer!


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