A full weekend of arts and inspiration!
Friday Night February 10 – ONEG for the ARTS
Congregation Aish Kodesh in Woodmere, NY
894 Woodmere Place Woodmere, NY 11598
Improv Theater & Harmonious Zmirot
Open to the Community
Motzei Shabbos February 11 – Coffee House at the Jewish Music Cafe!
401 9th Street Brooklyn, NY 11215 (F to 7th Ave, R to 9th St)
Night of women’s music with MC Elana Greenspan!
Multiple talented singer-songwriters and Jewish Art sale
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 12 – ARTS CONFERENCE FOR WOMEN
Workshops and programs 10am-5pm [...]
All proceeds will benefit Kol Neshama, a Los Angeles-based non-profit corporation dedicated to providing professional artistic training and performance opportunities for girls and women in a Torah-observant setting and to developing an emerging artistic voice through the creation of distinctly Jewish film and stage productions.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
3 – 5 pm
Refreshments/Meet & Greet immediately to follow.
$15 admission fee
Performances by recording artist Elana Greenspan, dancer Beth Jucovy of Dance Visions NY, award winning comedian Joan Weiner, the choir of Yeshiva University [...]
August 19 – Tuesday
No boys allowed tonight. Kol Neshama Performing Arts Conservatory takes the stage with a three-day run of two shows, today, tomorrow and Thursday. The day camp for Orthodox girls was started by Robin Saex Garbose to give religious girls an outlet for their creativity. With modesty preserved, the girls sing and act for an all-female audience in “Hear O Israel: A Musical Tribute to the Holy Land” and “Little Lord Titchwood: A Musical Play.” “Hear O Israel: [...]
by Brenda Goldstein
Robin Saex Garbose truly did a kiddush Hashem by breathing life into Kol Neshama, a summer performing arts conservatory in Los Angeles of which she is artistic director. The acting-singing-dancing troupe of approximately 25 schoolgirls from all over the country performed on August 28-30 at the Ivar Theater in Hollywood. This year’s production was titled “Heaven Sent: An Evening of Miracle Plays with Dance and Song”, which included four plays highlighting the miracles we observe in everyday life.
by Julie Gruenbaum Fax
In a basement aerobics studio in the Westside Jewish Community Center, four girls dance before a wall of mirrors, perfecting the nuances of their twirls and chassés.
Two of them, playing sisters on a train to Auschwitz, sing in Yiddish “Aufin Pripertchik” (“Upon the Hearth”). Two others dance behind them, representing their souls.
Across the street, in a classroom of Shalhevet High School, in a rehearsal just as intense if a little less somber, Robin Saxe Garbose directs another [...]