There is something special about family, these people who have known you forever and supposedly know you better than anyone else. And yet, in reminiscing, sometimes siblings are revealed to be strangers, memories misremembered, and key qualities forgotten. In Two Sisters, shared lives become complicated and secrets prove painful despite time and distance.Continue reading →
In true Emanuel Synagogue fashion, Dunera is their initiative to maintain a sense of connection and community for those who are isolated at home, something so many people can relate to this year. Providing an online hub for discussion and entertainment, Dunera present performances, Q&As, and more live and on demand. Today brought a wild Italian hour straight into your home with their Pizza, Parmigiano & Pavarotti event featuring Italian food, culture, and music from an esteemed group of performers.
The synagogue is described as a home for prayer, community, and learning so in collaboration with Emanuel Synagogue, The Sydney Art Quartet have prepared a concert exploring the underlying forces of empathy and compassion in the dangerous modern world. Merging music, voice, film, and dance, Crossroads brings together experiences of connection in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Shir Madness, Sydney’s Jewish Music Festival returned on a damp Sunday to the Emanuel Synagogue for a day of music, food, and community in celebration of the contributions Jewish composers, musicians, and writers have made and continue to make to the music industry. With musical acts from across the country and across the world, the day was packed with all sorts of genres and styles to enjoy.