The Jewish rock band Sababa will perform at Northbrook's Temple Beth-El on Saturday, Feb. 8 during a concert open to all synagogue and community members.
“In the middle of winter, when temperatures can make your whole body feel frozen, why not come out to Temple Beth-El to warm up with a night of great music and great fun,” Beth-El's Cantor Faryn H.K Rudnick in a press release. “Sababa will be joined by the voices of Kol Beth-El (synagogue members) and our Hebrew school students.”
The members of Sababa are not only musicians, but also Jewish educators, who visit communities to make an interactive and spiritual music experience.
The evening will begin with a community Havdalah service at 5:45 p.m., followed by a concert featuring Sababa accompanied by synagogue members of all ages.
For more information about Sababa, or to preview their music, visit http://sababamusic.com. For more information about the concert, contact Janice Hadesman, Temple Beth-El Executive Director at (847) 205-9982 x211 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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