Purim Party @ Sixth St Synagogue

with Zusha & Ta Shma Orchestra

U of Purim, Altar Journal & JBV Productions are proud to present a night of song, dance, art and prayer in honor of the glorious miracle of Purim.*

Saturday Night/Motzei Shabbat Purim* Night March 15th
10pm @ Sixth St Synagogue
325 E 6th St (BTW 1st & 2nd Aves)
$10, 21+**
Featuring: Zusha & Ta Shma Orchestra***

*Costumes encouraged
**Kegs in all corners
***Face painting & light show

$10 entrance fee includes cup for all-you-can-drink kegs. Good music, costumes, fun, and more!


For information contact Raffi Leicht or Yoni Stokar



U of Purim, Altar Journal & JBV productions are proud to present something a bit different. Music, drinks and people, to get you where you need to go.


In honor of the glorious miracle of Purim we will be celebrating with song, dance, art and prayer.


Saturday Night/Motzash Purim* Night-March 15th

10pm @ Sixth St Synagogue

325 E 6th St (BTW 1st & 2nd Aves)

$10, 21+**

Featuring: Zusha & Ta Shma Orchestra***


*Costumes encouraged

**Kegs in all corners

***Face painting & light show

Purim Party @ Sixth St Synagogue

Saturday, March 15th, 10pm

325 East 6th Street

New York

For more information, visit the event page on Facebook.

10pm------Doors

1015pm--------Zusha

11pm-------TSO!!!

Chinacat_Rider_Tweeprise-Ta Shma Orchestra
Zusha - The East Shtetl Niggun

Altar Journal

Altar Journal showcases the perspectives of unique individuals, and invite anybody who relates to join their conversation. Here, you can read developing thoughts from people along their process to reach their altar self. We believe that wisdom can be found anywhere, in any quiet moment, and we strive to display voices that find inspiration in all aspects of a life that is holistically spiritual. Through our prose, we aim to distill our suppressed realities. Altar is an ongoing publication, and was launched in November 2013.

Ta Shma Orchestra

Ta Shma Orchestra

Ta Shma Orchestra is the signature Jewish jamband, blending the traditional Jewish music with jam greats like the Grateful Dead & Phish. Ta Shma is ancient Aramaic meaning "Come & Hear". TSO invites all to share in a unique auditory experience that uplifts the soul. TSO has performed all over the United States, performing for crowds both big and small.TSO released its first EP entitled Seforim Sale Sessions in 2012 and is currently in the studio working on their first record, scheduled to be released this fall.

Zusha

Zusha transforms a unique brand of neo-Hassidic melodies into a poignant meditative experience, where the listeners themselves often become performers. Audiences are given a chance to immerse themselves into the heartfelt joy emerging from this soulful quartet. Zusha is scheduled to release an album in Summer 2014 accompanied by a tour.

Sixth Street Synagogue

Sixth Street Synagogue

Founded in 1940, the synagogue originally served a bustling, immigrant population within New York’s Yiddish theater district. This modern orthodox congregation remains a resource for Jews from around the world and around the corner. Enthusiastically embracing the East Village’s diverse community, offering Jews of all backgrounds inspirational leadership, creative programming and religious services 365 days a year. The Sixth Street Community Synagogue has been a focal point for downtown Jewish life ever since.