Noah Aronson: LIVE Virtual CONCERT!
July 9 @ 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm$20
Known for his unique, engaging, and deeply soulful approach, Noah Aronson is considered one of the most sought after Jewish musicians in North America. Noah’s educational and liturgical music has been featured on several compilations from the PJ Library series and multiple Transcontinental Music Publications’ projects including their Ruach Series, Shabbat Anthologies, Mishkan HaNefesh Project, and Chazak v’Emetz Social Justice release.
Join us on July 9 from 6 – 6:30 pm EDT for a live digital Asheville JCC performance by Noah Aronson! This concert is for adults, teens, children, and families. Noah’s music is prayerful and full of uplifting messages for this time of uncertainty.
Tickets are $20 per adult and $30 for a family ticket. RSVP to email@example.com to register.
Here’s what people are saying about Noah Aronson:
“Noah Aronson, perhaps the most sought after Jewish musician of our time, once again graced our bimah this past Friday. Every time we are fortunate enough to experience prayer through his music, his spirit, his soul, our community soars to new heights of prayer. Our Temple B’nai Or family knows by now to not miss his appearances. His accessible and soulful melodies have inspired our congregation and have made it into our regular worship practice. His teachings on the bimah involve and excite all who are present and lastly, his soft and beautiful voice moved us all so deeply. We are so grateful for all we have experienced and can’t wait for the next opportunity to have him back.”
– Cantor Galit Dadoun-Cohen, B’nai Or, Morristown, NJ
“Noah brought us a perfectly thought through program, impeccably rehearsed, and effortlessly presented to the participants at Mifgash Musicale at Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, Ohio. For me, personally, the groove of tasteful rock music in the sacred setting of the Chapel was particularly moving. Not to be overlooked was an impromptu tribute to Stevie Wonder, improvised after the formal program concluded, and that, in itself, shook the roof off the house.”
-Dr. Alan Mason President, Guild of Temple Musicians
- United States