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Cantor Jenna Greenberg

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By Cantor Jenna Greenberg As we approach the High Holy Days season, many symbols come to mind: apples and honey, round challot, the white Torah covers and kittels (prayer robes). Among the many symbols that represent the Yamim Noraim, these Days of Awe, one of the most powerful and evocative

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The Dayton Jewish Chorale
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The Dayton Jewish Chorale, led by Cantor Jenna Greenberg, will present a Tu B’Shevat concert at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 12 at Cox Arboretum, 6733 N. Springboro Pike. The concert is free and open to the community. Known as the New Year of the Trees, Tu B’Shevat marks springtime

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Cantor Jenna Greenberg conducts the Dayton Jewish Chorale in a rehearsal of Then Moses Sang by Cantor Jerome B. Kopmar at Beth Abraham Synagogue
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Love of Jewish music brings singers from local synagogues together Photos & Story By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer The Sabbath when Jews read the Torah portion Beshalach is designated as Shabbat Shirah, the Sabbath of Song. In this Torah portion (Ex. 13:17-17:16), the Reed Sea has just closed

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Judah Maccabee at the gates of Jerusalem, Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld, The Bible in Pictures, 1860
Dayton

Our survival in song By Cantor Jenna Greenberg, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer We have been on a hiatus from Jewish holidays, and now we prepare to celebrate Chanukah, our Festival of Lights. We commemorate the rededication of the Holy Temple, as well as the two famous miracles of

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Cantor Jenna Greenberg and Rabbi Josh Ginsberg

The Dayton Jewish Observer Vegetarian food brought Cantor Jenna Greenberg and Rabbi Josh Ginsberg together. The two met as students at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, when a classmate organized a singles dinner at a kosher vegetarian restaurant in Chinatown. Greenberg had become a vegetarian in her teens,

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