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COZ this comng week

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  • #32818

    Geraldine Auerbach
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    @geraldine22

    This week’s ‘Conversation on Zoom’ (COZ)Tuesday 30 June 2020

    Pacific: 09:00 /  Eastern USA:12.00 /  BST UK: 17:00 /  Western Europe 18:00 /  Israel 19:00   

    we welcome members and thier friends to join this weeks COZ when

    Cantor Matthew Austerklein  Beth El Congregation, Akron, Ohio

    is in dialogue with

    Cantor Abraham Lubin Past-President of the Cantors Assembly

    Join as Cantor Matthew Austerklein engages in dialogue with his mentor and friend, Cantor Abraham Lubin, talking about his sixty-five years as a cantor across three continents. Cantor Lubin is a graduate of Jews College (UK) under Leo Bryll, B.A. from Cincinnati Conservatory, M.A. from DePaul University, and an AbD from University of Chicago studying Cantor Salomon Sulzer. His unique and expansive cantorial career has included scholarship, musical performances across all Jewish movements, and leadership in the Cantors Assembly, where he served as President and successfully advocated for the admission of female cantors. Cantor Lubin will also engage with Cantor Austerklein on the modern cantorate, and the latter’s research and hopes for the profession in a transforming world. 

    Zoom Log-in https://hcommons.org/groups/jewish-music-1255310724/events/conversation-on-zoom/ 

    COZ is a programme of the International Forum for Jewish Music Studies Membership is free. Join at: https://jewishmusic.hcommons.org/

    Scholars practitioners and archivists engage in dialogue with a colleague about their special interests and approaches to the work they are each doing, and all who tune in may join the discussion. launched Tuesday 23 June 2020Checkout https://hcommons.org/docs/coz-planned-events/ for upcoming programmes and free dates

    To join the Forum’s Jewish Music Group and be informed of all activities and opportunities go to the website https://jewishmusic.hcommons.org/Conversations will be recorded and archived and will be accessible from the Forum’s website at https://jewishmusic.hcommons.org/

    Pick a date, and a partner to arrange your own COZ. Contact me geraldine@cantors.eu to fit this in to the weekly Tuesday COZ programme.

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  • #33019

    Geraldine Auerbach
    Participant
    @geraldine22

    Reminder for COZ this wee: Tuesday 30 June

    Cantor Matthew Austerklein  Beth El Congregation, Akron, Ohio
    in dialogue with
    Cantor Abraham Lubin
    Past-President of the Cantors Assembly on sixty-five years as a cantor across three continents.

    See the updated COZ Ongoing document attached with all the programmes.

    Zoom Log-in https://hcommons.org/groups/jewish-music-1255310724/events/conversation-on-zoom/ 

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  • #33316

    Geraldine Auerbach
    Participant
    @geraldine22

    Tuesday 7 July 2020
    Pacific: 09:00 /  Eastern USA: 12.00 /  UK: 17:00 /  Western Europe 18:00 /  Israel 19:00  (The room will open 15 minutes early for greetings and socialising).

    We invite you to join Professor Jehoash Hirshberg and Rakefet Bar-Sadeh
    in dialogue with Israeli Composer Tzvi Avni (b 1927)about his long creative career, with examples of his music. 

    Zoom Log-in https://hcommons.org/groups/jewish-music-1255310724/events/conversation-on-zoom/  (same as for previous episodes) 

    COZ is a programme of the International Forum for Jewish Music Studies Membership is free. To join the Forum’s Jewish Music Group and be informed of all activities and opportunities go to the website https://jewishmusic.hcommons.org/

    See previous conversations again here https://sync.academiccloud.de/index.php/s/0VA9xlGpTbucEzn

    Pick a date, and a partner to arrange your own COZ. Contact me geraldine@cantors.eu to fit this in to the weekly Tuesday COZ programme 

    The following weeks’ COZes already booked

    14 July  Jeremiah Lockwood in conversation with Dr Hankus Netsky
    Historically informed performance of Ashkenazi Jewish music: myths, fantasies and embodied research agendas

    21 July – Malcolm Miller and Malcolm Singer  

    28 July – Lightning Strikes 6 scholars present their work in 10 minute slots

    04 August – Mark Kligman – Boroch Cohon 

    11 August –  David Fligg with Eva Fox Gal – Hans Gal and Gideon Klein artistic/creative fracture as a result of the Holocaust, and repositioning of Jewish composers in recent years

    18 August – Mimi Sheffer and Ofra Yitzhaki

    25 August – Rachel Adelstein and Danielle Padley01 September –  Mark Kligman and Samuel Adler (tbc)

    08 September – Jerry Glantz and partners in the Night Project

    15 September –  free  

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  • #33999

    Geraldine Auerbach
    Participant
    @geraldine22

    Next week’s ‘Conversation on Zoom’ Tuesday 14 July (COZ) 14 July 2020

    We invite you to join Jeremiah Lockwood PhD candidate at Stanford University Graduate School and accomplished radical Jewish musicians- (Sway Machinery), in dialogue with and Hankus Netsky Multi-instrumentalist, composer, teacher and scholar, founder-director of the Klezmer Conservatory Band exploring historically informed performance of Ashkenazi Jewish music: myths, fantasies and embodied research agendas

    COZ takes place on Tuesdays at: Pacific: 09:00 /  Eastern USA: 12.00 /  UK: 17:00 /  Western Europe 18:00 /  Israel 19:00  (The room will open 15 minutes early for greetings and socialising).   

    Zoom Log-in https://hcommons.org/groups/jewish-music-1255310724/events/conversation-on-zoom/  (the link is the same as for the first COZ episode )

    See previous conversations again here https://sync.academiccloud.de/index.php/s/0VA9xlGpTbucEznThe attachment includes colour pictures.

    COZ is a programme of the new International Forum for Jewish Music Studies (launched June 2020)Membership is free. To join the Forum’s Jewish Music Group and be informed of all activities and opportunities go to the website https://jewishmusic.hcommons.org/

    To arrange your own COZ  where Scholars practitioners and archivists engage in dialogue with a colleague about their special interests and approaches to their work, and all who tune in may join the discussion, pick a date, and a partner. Contact me geraldine@cantors.eu to fit this in to the weekly Tuesday COZ programme  (see the free dates below)

    On the first Tuesday of the Month Mark Kligman of UCLA will curate

    For the last Tuesday of the month we introduce a quick fire session What’s on your Mind’ where  several scholars present their work or opinion, in 10 minute slots with added discussion (this can be a curated session on a particular theme or a free for all. Please apply to curate or to participate geraldine@cantors.eu     

    The following Conversations on Zoom are already planned:

    21 July – Malcolm Miller pianist and musicologist and Malcolm Singer Composer: Composing in Lockdown  

    28 July – COZ ‘What’s on your Mind’ The High Holydays: how will they sound in Lockdown, and what are the implications for Cantors in the future.   Curated by ECA with cross denominational panel including Alex Klein, Cantor Benny Rogosnitsky, Cantor Deborah Katchko-Gray

    04 August – (COZ-UCLA) Mark Kligman with Boroch Cohon 

    11 August – David Fligg with Eva Fox Gal – Hans Gal and Gideon Klein artistic/creative fracture as a result of the Holocaust, and repositioning of Jewish composers in recent years18 August – Mimi Sheffer and Ofra Yitzhaki25 August – Rachel Adelstein with Danielle Padley

    01 September – (COZ-UCLA) Mark Kligman with Samuel Adler (tbc)

    08 September – Jerry Glantz with partners in the Night Project

    15 September – Free

    22 September – Free

    29 September – COZ ‘What’s  on your Mind’

    06 October – (COZ-UCLA) Lorry Black with Gila Flam (tbc)

    13 October – (COZ-EZJM) Martha Stellmacher with Herve Roten

    20 October – Free

    27 October – ‘What’s on your Mind’  03 November – (COZ-UCLA) tbc 10 November – Free

    17 November – Free

    24 November – COZ ‘What’s on your Mind’      

    01 December – (COZ-UCLA) tbc

    08 December – (COZ-EZJM) tbc

    15 December – Free

    22 December – Free

    29 December –COZ ‘What’s on your Mind’  if you would rather not receive these emails please let me know

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