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Feeling The Blues: Acoustic Guitarist Saul Kaye Performs as 'Artist in Residence' at COS-SJCC

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Saul Kaye
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SUMMIT, NJ - Influenced by eclectic genres such as American Blues and South African music, San Francisco-based musician Saul Kaye will appear for Artist-in-Residence Shabbat January 27 - 28 at Congregation Ohr Shalom - Summit Jewish Community Center. (COS-SJCC).

Essentially in his own category of Jewish music, Kaye released five CDs of varying styles from the late 1990s through 2008, He was pulled towards an idea that he claimed wouldn't leave him alone -- the natural marriage of Jewish history, characters, and liturgy with the Blues. He has released two CDs - Jewish Blues, Volumes One and Two, which have both received critical acclaim.

Kaye will be with at COS-SJCC from Tot Shabbat through Havdalah on Shabbat, with the community welcome to join the congregation in prayer and shared meals.  The schedule includes:

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Friday, January 27

5 p.m. - Tot supper

5:30 Tot Shabbat (supper RSVP to sjccnurseryschooloffice@gmail.com.)

6:30 p.m. - Community Shabbat dinner

($15/ adults, $8/child; RSVP to emmy@summitjcc.org.  by 1/20)

6:30 p.m. - Concurrent Teen Dinner in the multipurpose room

7:30 p.m. -  Musical Kabbalat Shabbat Service – From Africa to the Blues

Saturday, January 28

9:30 a.m. - Creative Shabbat Service with musical instruments

10:15 a.m. - Jewish Learning Center Shabbat for families K-6

12 p.m. - Kiddush luncheon for all (no charge; RSVP to emmy@summitjcc.org)

4:30 p.m. - Afternoon Prayers Mincha

5 p.m. - Supper! Seudah Shelishit (no charge; RSVP to emmy@summitjcc.org)

5:30 p.m. - Workshop with Saul-Jewish Mystical / Spiritual and Meditation Practices. - no experience required

6:30 p.m. - Havdalah/original songs and stories, followed by one-on-one with Kaye

Please RSVP for any of the communal meals by visiting summitjcc.org/events-and-tickets.

Artist in Residence Shabbat is made possible by the Charles and Lillian G. Baraff Foundation, Judi and Matt Sills, Joan and Bob Rothberg and Andrea and Mark Schweber.

For more information, call 908-273-8130 or visit summitjcc.org.

Congregation Ohr-Shalom - Summit Jewish Community Center is located at 67 Kent Place Blvd. in Summit

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