Light in Winter goes Live!
Harriet Frost in Concert Live from Or Shalom
Saturday, April 10, 8:00pm
accompanied by Martin & Noah Gotftrit
A keen observer and raconteur, Frost crafts her lyrics with the precision of a poet. Her warm and self-assured voice, gliding and soaring with purposeful yet seemingly effortless phrasing, turns the listener into a treasured confidant with each and every song.
I am inspired and drawn to create songs that are lyrical and evocative, which summon questions of the spirit and of the human condition.
My music explores personal, topical, political and spiritual landscapes. They can be humorous, tragic, joyful, ironic, beautiful and not so beautiful. It’s poetry, folk, jazz, rock, spoken word, rap — it is ancient and postmodern.
My deepest hope is for you to find your own space within the songs and inhabit them. May they resonate for you and may you visit often.
Harriet’s concert will be livestreamed from Or Shalom over YouTube.
Tickets available through Eventbrite: https://harrietfrostinconcert.eventbrite.ca
Saturday, March 13, 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Traditional Middle Eastern and Flamenco Music and Songs by Emad Armoush
Fluent in Spanish, English, and Arabic, he performs a repertoire of flamenco, jazz, Arabic, Turkish and Persian music. Emad is a multi-instrumentalist and singer. He plays flamenco guitar, Oud and Ney, and sings Arabic, flamenco, and jazz.
Watch this concert on YouTube at https://youtu.be/L–zQWJM_DM
Saturday, February 13, 7:30 – 9:00 pm (Pacific)
Jazz with Andrea Superstein, Livestreamed from the Bayit
This event was live-streamed over youtube https://youtu.be/QvOQ8nxTPpQ
No live audience, but delicious music.
Saturday, December 12, 7:30 – 8:30 pm (Pacific)
Chanukah Lights in Winter Concert Featuring Noah Gotfrit and Trio – Livestreamed from the Bayit
Jazz for a Chanukah Evening with Candle Lighting.
Click the video below to watch the Livestream of the Chanukah Lights in Winter concert, with Noah Gotrit on bass and Brad Shigheta on trombone!
Saturday, April 11, 2020 at 7:30 pm (Pacific)
Geoff Berner was welcomed back to the Or Shalom Light in Winter concert, now virtual! This event was live-streamed over youtube https://youtu.be/QvOQ8nxTPpQ
No live audience, but great music and entertainment. Instead of buying tickets, Geoff asked everyone to make a donation to Covid-19 Coming Together (Vancouver)
Featuring Sasha Lurje, vocals; Craig Judelman, violin, Yoni Kaston, accordion.
Or Shalom is always on the look-out for talented musicians to play in our warm and welcoming concert series, even when it isn’t winter. Contact Or Shalom Light in Winter Concerts for more information.
Playing at Or Shalom is a great experience, in a small hall with great acoustics, with an attentive and enthusiastic audience.
Comments from previous performers:
“Playing Or Shalom is a beautiful experience. The audience is a real community, with a diverse range of ages and backgrounds. They clearly believe in the spiritual power of music to bring people together, heal and celebrate. And they listen! More than a gig.”
– Geoff Berner
“Or Shalom was one of the highlights of our BC tour 2018. We were amazed by the natural acoustic of the synagogue as well as the great listening and the warmth of the audience. We would play there again anytime!”
– Gabriel Paquin-Buki, Oktopus
I have played at Or Shalom a few times in the past and the experience every time was very beautiful. The audience is super attentive and listening deeply to the music, the staff is always warm and helpful, and their commitment and dedication to bring the best sound to the room is amazing!
Thank you!! – Itamar Erez
Performing at Or Shalom is a joy that I have experienced a couple of times. The performance space at Or Shalom is intimate with excellent sound. I felt the audience focus very deeply on my music which makes it such a joy to play – hope to do so again sometime soon,
– Ed Henderson
Oktopus at Or Shalom