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Wednesday, May 24 • 11:10am - 12:40pm
The Art & Science of Songleading
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Singing together has been scientifically proven to make people happier -- camp is all the proof you need! Over three sessions, you will learn how to craft meaningful MUSICAL moments at camp, gain new repertoire, and build the skills to strengthen your singing communities at home. Instruments welcome, but no previous songleading or musical experience necessary.

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Noam Katz

Rabbi Noam Katz, MAJE, got hooked on Jewish music during his many wonderful summers growing up at URJ Eisner Camp in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.  A native of Rochester, NY, Noam is a lifelong Jewish educator, songleader and storyteller. Along the way, he has performed at camps and congregations across North America, Israel, and Africa, bringing a passion for Jewish text, social justice and world music, as well as his trademark sense of humor. Noam has released three CDs of original Jewish music: Rakia; Mirembe, Salaam v'Shalom; and A Drum In Hand. | | He has served on the faculty of the FJC Cornerstone seminar, Hava Nashira and Shabbat Shira, and looks for every opportunity to train, inspire and learn from the next generation of song leaders and camp... Read More →


Wednesday May 24, 2017 11:10am - 12:40pm
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