Continuing by popular demand ...

"Sacred Jewish Rhythms"
A musical series by Bruce Silverman
Five Monday Evenings:

August 3
August 10
August 17
August 24
August 31

7:30 - 9:00pm

Beth Chaim

Total for the Series

RSVP to Bruce Silverman or call 925.685.5585 for more information.

Payment to be made at the first class.

Learn to play and accompany Jewish liturgical music at home, in the synagogue, or under a tree

Did you ever want to be able to play a drum at Shabbat? Whether it's "Shabbat Shalom," "Shalom Aleichem," or even "This Land is Your Land," everyone can learn to hold a beat, no matter what drum or percussion instrument you have or can borrow. Instructor Bruce Silverman will highlight traditional middle-eastern rhythms and simple all-purpose rhythms, perfect for prayer, singing, dancing, and playing along with other instruments. Some drums and percussion will be provided.

The commitment, excitement and musical growth in the first two sessions was palpable and so we are offering a third session. New students of all levels are welcome!

About the leader

Bruce Silverman directs the Orpheus World Music Ensemble,
who recently performed at Beth Chaim's "Thank God It's Shabbat!" He plays music and offers poetry at Chochmat Halev's Shabbat services, was a founder of Havurah Shir Neshama and years ago played with the Beth Chaim Band.

His work combines drumming and healing. Bruce is an expert in making it easy for all to bring Jewish and world music into their lives. 

Check out Bruce's music

To listen to a sample of Bruce's drumming with the 
Orpheus World Music Ensemble

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