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Friday, 13 May 2016
Hebrew Mass and the Intersection of Worlds

Adat Chaim would like to invite you to the world premiere of Noach Lundgren's

Misah Ivrit: A Hebrew Mass and the Intersection of Worlds

This is taking place this Sunday at 8pm at Bard College!

An unprecedented approach to the Mass, yet one deeply rooted in it's origins, "Misah Ivrit" presents a full setting of the Mass text in Biblical and Modern Hebrew, along with supplemental texts taken from Jewish liturgy.

It will be conducted by Noach Lundgren and performed by students of Bard College and Conservatory, Bard alumni, and members of the area community.

Come along on Sunday at 8pm to Bard College, Olin Hall of Humanities. The address is 30 Campus Rd, Red Hook, New York 12571.

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