Build Me A Sanctuary: Creating a ruach and music filled Shabbat with Hazzan Joanna Dulkin

Friday, February 8 – Saturday, February 9

We are delighted to welcome back the charismatic and talented Hazzan Joanna Dulkin to join us for a special Shabbat of music and song!

Friday Night:
Come sing and welcome Shabbat, followed by dinner and a kumsitz- an evening of song, stories, and fun.
Location: 1st Floor Pavilion at the OFJCC
Cost: $10 for adults; children 18 and under are free

RSVP: Click here

Shabbat Morning:
Hazzan Dulkin will bring her amazing leadership and energy into Shabbat morning. Her topic: Creating an Environment of Song.
Time: 9:15am

Location: 4th Floor OFJCC

Shabbat Shiur:
Lev Shalem: How the Siddur can Invite Whole Heartedness. Hazzan Dulkin, who was  on the team that developed Lev Shalem, will walk us through how the siddur can enable heart felt prayer and growth. Come prepared to learn and sing.
Time: 1:15pm

Location: G100 OFJCC

Saturday Night:
Accompanying the Bride
Join Hazzan Dulkin at Bruce and Lisa Feldstein’s home for an evening of song, food, and joy. Hazzan Dulkin, guitar at hand, will invite us to sing together to inspire joy for the new week. Feel invited to bring guitars or other instruments!
Time: 7:30pm-9:00pm
Location: The home of Lisa Peckler and Bruce Feldstein
(address will be furnished with RSVP)
Cost: free

RSVP: Click Here

Hazzan Joanna Dulkin Bio:

As the Hazzan of Adath Jeshurun in Minneapolis MN, Joanna Selznick Dulkin is committed to innovative musical and spiritual leadership that inspires joy, connection and meaning at all ages and stages. She received her Masters of Sacred Music and Investiture from the Jewish Theological Seminary in 2004, and completed the Institute for Jewish Spirituality’s Cantorial Leadership Program in 2007. A Palo Alto native, she grew up playing in Mitchell Park, biking to school at Ohlone, JLS and Gunn, and participating in 12 years of Children’s Theatre programming.  She is an honors graduate of Stanford University, where she studied English, sang a cappella, and led community High Holiday Services at Hillel. Her background as a camp songleader, Jewish musician and educator led her to the cantorate. Hazzan Dulkin has taught and performed internationally as a Cantor-, Musician- and Scholar-in residence and  is also a published writer and an award-winning composer. She is an officer of the Cantors Assembly, and was on the editorial committee of Siddur Lev Shalem. Hazzan Dulkin and her husband, Rabbi Dr. Ryan Dulkin, are both Bay Area natives and are the proud parents of Zac (15) and Jesse (12).

Watch a video introduction of Hazzan Dulkin HERE

Post archive date: Sunday February 10th, 2019