High Holidays at 92YTribeca: Something To Talk About
Video: Amanda Soled sings a Bonnie Raitt classic with The Class Notes
Join the 92YTribeca community as we experience the High Holidays through friendly, spiritual services drawing from many streams of Judaism. Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year and Yom Kippur is the holiest day on the Jewish calendar—two very special times for contemplation and renewal.
Our services this year will explore the three crucial components of the High Holiday experience: Tefillah (Prayer), Teshuvah (Repentance) and Tzedakah (Charity). By examining the High Holidays through these perspectives, we hope you’ll learn new insights into longstanding Jewish liturgy and traditions. In the midst of family, friends and new acquaintances, you’ll find countless moments for self-reflection, meditation and expression. Whether you attend Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur or both, we look forward to seeing you!
92YTribeca High Holiday services will be led by rabbinic intern Hayley Siegel and cantorial soloist Amanda Soled. Hayley is entering into her fourth year at the Academy for Jewish Religion, a pluralistic seminary located in Riverdale, New York. Check out Amanda in the video above as she sings the lead in the Bonnie Raitt hit “Something To Talk About” with The Class Notes, Cornell University’s original co-ed a cappella group.