Welcome to the B’nai Torah Concert Series!

B’nai Torah’s 2022 Concert Series
featuring four extraordinary LIVE performances!

Wednesday, March 9, 2022 @ 7:30 pm – The Sensational Achinoam Nini aka Noa

With roots and upbringing spanning Yemen, Israel and the United States, Noa is a singer, songwriter, poet, composer, percussionist, speaker, and activist. Together with her longstanding musical collaborator Gil Dor, Noa has released 15 international albums and graced many of the world’s most important and prestigious stages like Carnegie Hall and the White House and has performed for three Popes. She has been mentored by Pat Metheny and Quincy Jones and shared the stage with legends such as Stevie Wonder, Andrea Bocelli and Sting. In addition to her prolific musical activity, Noa is considered Israel’s most prominent cultural advocate of dialogue and co-existence.

Tuesday, March 22, 2022 @ 7:30 pm – Cantor Boaz Davidoff Together With Cantor Magda Fishman

We are thrilled to welcome Boaz Davidoff, former Cantor of B’nai Torah, back to our synagogue stage! Boaz Davidoff is a well-versed Cantor with many additional talents as a recording artist, concert performer, musician, composer, and choir director. He also plays multiple instruments including guitar, drums, and percussion. Prior to becoming a Cantor, Boaz performed regularly in concerts and festivals around Israel and abroad as a lyric tenor soloist, with Israel’s leading choirs and orchestras. Boaz credits his discovery of the “Wonderful Light of Emunah (faith)” with leading him to the world of Cantorial and Jewish soul music. Cantor Fishman will perform with Boaz.

Wednesday, March 30, 2022 @ 7:30 pm – Guy Mintus Together With Cantor Magda Fishman

Back by popular demand! Last season, concertgoers raved about this young performer who is described as George Gershwin meets the Great Israeli songbook; Chopin meets the Beatles; and Beethoven meets the Jewish nigun. Guy is an Israeli-born and New York-based award-winning pianist, composer & educator active in the jazz, world music and contemporary scenes. Guy’s boundary-crossing music portrays the imaginative journey of a young individual searching for truth, beauty, and freedom. In his music, Guy brings together elements from Stride piano to Turkish Makams, Indian rhythms to Bach-styled counterpoint, Jewish melodies and American jazz standards all weaved together in his own signature style. Cantor Fishman will perform with Guy. 

Tuesday, April 5, 2022 @ 7:30 pm – The New York Cantors

As seen on PBS, three of the world’s most highly acclaimed cantors – Yanky Lemmer, Netanel Hershtik, and Chaim Dovid Berson – come together for this moving concert of Jewish sacred and secular music. Featuring Shabbat songs, favorite music evoking memories of Jewish tradition and its rich musical culture, and songs with a nod to Broadway, this spiritually uplifting concert will fill your hearts and souls with the joy of music! In March 2018, PBS aired this concert to a vast and enthusiastic audience of Jewish music lovers with such success that the program continues to be featured during Jewish holidays and PBS fund-raising drives. Millions of North American television viewers have become fans, and after this show you surely will too!

Help Spread the Light of Music – Become a Sponsor!

We appreciate everyone who has supported the Concert Series throughout the years. Your support and generosity has enabled us to provide outstanding musical programs. We hope that you will continue your level of Sponsorship for the Concert Series this year. If you are new to the congregation or have not been involved in the Concert Series in the past, we encourage you to reach out to us to discuss Sponsorship opportunities.

The following are levels of Sponsorship:

$25,000 – Benefactor
$15,000 – Platinum
$10,000 – Gold
$5,000 – Silver
$2,500 – Bronze
$1,800 – Patron
$850 – Friend of the Series

All Sponsorship levels include assigned theater style seats in the Sanctuary, and recognition in our Concert collateral. We will also have a private event for our Sponsors – more details to follow soon!

For more information about becoming a sponsor or if you have questions regarding the Concert Series, please contact the synagogue at (561) 392-8566 or info@bnai-torah.org.