Imagine Baroque music with Hebrew words! Such music was performed in the Jewish communities of Italy, southern France and the Netherlands from the 16th to 18th centuries to celebrate weddings and circumcisions, to inaugurate synagogues and to rejoice on special Sabbaths during the year. A full program of Baroque Jewish music will be performed, including compositions by Jewish composers, such as Salomone Rossi of Mantua, Italy and Abraham Caceres of Amsterdam as well as compositions by non-Jewish composers such as Christiano Lidarti and Louis Saladin, who were...
Please find below recordings of guest speakers who have lectured at Beth Am. Note that any lecture given during an Erev Shabbat service may be found in the Beth Am Sermon Archive.