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Friday Evening Services with JCP’s Musician-In-Residence, Cantor Galeet Dardashti

Hosted By: The Jewish Community Project of Lower Manhattan (JCP)

Join the JCP community alongside scholar, performer, and artist, Cantor Galeet Dardashti!  They will bring in the joy of Shabbat together with song and prayer. It’s a musical experience you won’t want to miss.

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Cantor Galeet Dardashti

Cantor, scholar, and vocalist/composer Galeet Dardashti has earned a reputation as one of the most innovative performers of Jewish music today. Galeet holds a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology specializing in contemporary Israeli cultural politics and has held postdoctoral fellowships at NYU and Rutgers and most recently was Assistant Professor of Jewish Music/Musician in Residence at JTS. She will be an Affiliated Fellow at University of Pennsylvania’s Katz Center in 2020/21. She has accumulated over twenty years of professional cantorial experience with Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist, and experimental communities.
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The Jewish Community Project of Lower Manhattan (JCP)

The Jewish Community Project of Lower Manhattan (JCP) is a vibrant center for Jewish life in Lower Manhattan. As a community, we build deep connections, explore Jewish identity, and do good downtown
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