May

21 2017

Rick Recht Workshop and Community Concert (TBE)

12:30PM - 4:00PM  

Temple Beth El 2702 Arbor Dr
Madison, WI 53719
608-238-3123

Contact Ross Brown
608-238-3123
school@tbemadison.org
http://templebethelmadison.org

$ Cost $ 0.00

Rick Recht, the most celebrated Jewish artist of our time is coming to Temple Beth El on Sunday, May 21 for a two-part workshop and concert experience! Tickets are available for purchase at tinyurl.com/RickRechtatTBE with special pricing available for teens.

12:30 pm–Workshop with Rick Recht

This workshop is perfect for anybody who stands in front of others. The STAR State workshop is highly interactive, physical, and fun. STAR State provides wonderful practical, take-home techniques for Jewish educators, clergy, and song leaders to utilize in their personal and professional lives to achieve a ‘peak state’ when alone, in the community, with colleagues, or with friends and family. You can always be a STAR!

2:00 pm–Join Rick on Stage!

Anyone ages 6 and up is welcome to come early to the concert for a 30-minute VIP experience with Rick. When you’re done, you’ll be ready to join him on stage for a part of the concert!

2:30 pm–Concert

Rick Recht will bring his unique brand of high-energy, interactive Jewish rock music to Temple Beth El for an all-ages concert. This extraordinary, inspirational, and moving experience will feature on-stage participation from our own community singers and musicians. Cantor Sharon has been working with Religious School students on Rick’s song “The Hope”, our TBE Adult Choir and our TBE T’filah Band on Rick’s classic and new pieces, which they will all perform with Rick at the concert!

Tickets purchased are a package deal, sign up for the workshop and the concert to get the full Rick Recht experience! (tinyurl.com/RickRechtatTBE)

Adults (19+) $25, Teens (14-18) $15 and Kids (0-13) are free.

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