Havdalah Concert and Song Circle
Music in the Afterglow. Havdalah Concert and Song Circle with guitarist and composer Dan Nadel, Music Director of Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, New York featuring Hazzan Joanna Dulkin and Eve Miller. RSVP HERE!
Saturday evening, November 19th
5:15pm Sips and Snacks
5:55pm Havdalah Service followed by a mini concert and singing circle
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Dan Nadel is an Israeli born guitarist and composer, whose personal style combines flamenco, jazz, and Middle Eastern influences. His debut album, Brooklyn Prayer, was released in 2005 to critical acclaim, and was followed by recordings and performances as a bandleader, a solo performing artist, and an in-demand collaborator, including with Tavche Gravche, a multinational neo-Balkan group.
A busy musician on New York’s scene, Nadel has also worked with many world-renowned artists, including jazz musicians Chico Freeman, Dave Liebman and Anat Fort, Israeli-French pop star Yael Naim, jazz vocalist Gabrielle Stravelli, opera soloists Chen Reiss and Maya Lahyani, and genre-crossing musicians from around the world. Dan is the music director for Congregation B’nai Jeshurun in Manhattan.
Nadel attended the jazz program at the prestigious “Thelma Yellin” High School of the Arts in Tel Aviv, before completing his three-year army duty as the guitarist for the IDF’s Air Force Band. He is a graduate of the BFA jazz program at The New School in NYC and has studied with jazz masters Billy Harper, Hal Galper, Cecil McBee in NY, and flamenco guitarist Antonio Moya in Seville, Spain.