Arts Conference for Women, 2010
Veteran's Day Weekend, Nov 12-15
The Upper West Side of Manhattan
Please note: Conference fees do not include Sun. night concert. Tickets for concert must be purchased from the box office of Merkin Concert Hall at Kauman Center
*Please note: Housing on the Upper West Side is not included in conference fees. Participants can stay in local hostels or request accomodations in a private residence if space is available.
Shabbat Vayeitzei Nov 12-13: Programming & Shabbat meals
Interactive theater, Torah & Music-making
FRIDAY NIGHT - 166 West 97th
CHABAD OF THE WEST SIDE - $40
DINNER RESERVATIONS HERE:
ONEG - Free!
Motzei Shabbat Nov 13
Women's Night at The ROC HOUSE!!!
Performances followed by optional dance party for women
550 West 110th St
SUNDAY Nov 14
10am - 4:30pm WORKSHOPS
Lucy Moses School at Kaufman Center - 129 West 67th St
4:30-6pm PANEL DISCUSSION
Torah observant Artists - songwriting, theater, dance, film - discuss issues in the creation of material
BUY TICKETS HERE: 212-501-3330 or online:
ATARA (the Arts and Torah Association) presents an exciting evening of first-class female Jewish performing artists exploring spiritual themes. Skill meets Soul in this unique show featuring singers, songwriters, instrumentalists and dancers in a wide variety of styles. Includes: Dance performances by Dena Abergel formerly of NYC Ballet, Dages Keates, Orcha Dance, Reina Potaznik, Cleveland Creative Learning Institute; Classical vocalists Bracha Adrezin and Polina Imas; Pianist and vocalist Rivka Nahari; Violinist Stephanie Kurtzman; Original contemporary music from singer-songwriters Chanie Davis,Shaindel Antelis, Tziona Achishena, and Miriam Sandler. Professional artistic expression according to Torah values – performance for women only.
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When & Where
ATARA promotes and facilitates performing and arts educational opportunities for Torah observant artists. Our programs strive to strengthen and serve a community of performing artists who are committed to Torah values. ATARA has been made possible by the contributions of Yeshiva University Stern College for Women, Tzohar Seminary for Chassidut and the Arts, Raise Your Spirits Theater of Gush Etzion, The Storch Agency, Kol Neshama, The Creative Learning Institute of Dance, Congregation Ramat Orah, ImproveHowYouMove.com, The Breslov Connection, Professional Women's Theater and the JEWTA Talent Agency, Tizmoret Shoshana Summer Institute, Ayelet HaShachar Women's Band, The Ezra Foundation, Aliza Dubin, and individual artists and supporters.