Betzibur (singing in public) was a favorite
activity of the halutzim (pioneers) of Israel, who
would pass out song sheets, take out a lone guitar or accordion, and sing
around the campfire. In recent years, Shira Betzibur has regained momentum,
both in Israel and America, and our hope is that our Seeds of Song Erev Shira
will grow in popularity and become a cultural staple of the Washington
Metropolitan Community. With each evening program, we incorporate
familiar tunes and continue to build a repertoire of new songs together. Hebrew words and transliteration are
projected on a large screen and are easy to follow.
Featuring Area Musicians and Song Leaders: Liz
Kruger, Jill Moskowitz, Teddy Klaus, & Sally Heckelman
Cost: $10 at the door including light refreshments
following the program.
you play a musical instrument, please bring it along. We would like to invite you to join us for
the last set of songs; chords will be provided with the songs.
you don't need to RSVP in advance, we would love to know you are coming so that
we can plan for seating and refreshments appropriately.
For more information, please email Lisa Arber, Seeds of Song Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org