Chaverai Nevarech Vol. 2 – New Jewish music from Rabbi Josh Warshawsky and co.

$9,404   raised
GOAL: $18,000

18

 Donors

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Making Chaverai Nevarech was an incredible experience and I have been so fortunate to share this music in communities all over the country over the last few years. Throughout this journey, I have continued to write new music for prayer and communal singing and I’m looking forward to recording my second live album at Temple Beth Am in Los Angeles this March!

I hope to build on the success of Chaverai Nevarech and elevate this new music even more. The new album will be jam-packed with ten new songs for communal singing. Some are for Kabbalat Shabbat, some for Shabbat Shacharit, and some are brand new Shabbat Zemirot that we hope to record with a full band and a cappella around a “Shabbos” table!

The whole band of talented musical friends will be back together, and I have an amazing team in place to work on the audio and video production. Marc and Susan Sacks have generously agreed to Executive Produce this album and match all donations on a 1:1 basis up to $20,000. I am so incredibly grateful for their (and your) generosity to help make this dream a reality.

I am guided and motivated by my belief that human beings are spiritual seekers and meaning makers. My goal is to help people find that spiritual and meaningful home within Judaism in order to live lives with purpose. I do this through all of the means at my disposal, but primarily through my understanding of our sacred texts and traditions, personal connections, music, and prayer.

Thank you so much for helping us share this music and these prayers with the world

Join our community of supporters and we can make a difference

Your donation is tax deductible!

All donations to this charitable cause are collected by Jewcer, and donations exceeding the fair-market value of goods/services received are qualified under Section 501(c)(3) as tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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2020-05-01
Temple Israel of Natick
"Wishing you the very best, glad to be part of this project! Temple Israel of Natick"
2020-03-04
Marlynn and Rabbi Elliot Dorff
$500
"Many, many thanks, Rabbi Josh, for contributing so significantly to the joy and meaning of contemporary Jewish life."
2020-02-24
Congregation Beth Ahm and Robin & Rabbi Steven Rubenstein
$500
2020-02-21
Deborah Engel Kollin
$100
"Josh, your music continues to inspire us! Thanks for letting us be a part of this. Deb, Eliana, Yoni, and Gavi"
2020-02-07
Beth El New Rochelle
$1000
2020-01-29
Har Zion Temple Hazzan Eliot Vogel
$500
2020-01-29
Mary and Joel Rich
$250
"To be combined for the donation from the Seth Rich Memorial Camp Scholarship Fund at Beth El Synagogue in Omaha to sponsor a track."
2020-01-28
Anonymous donor
"So happy to help!"
2020-01-27
Mike Ozer & Pat Kalmans
$500
"In honor of Rabbi Josh Warshawsky's work spreading Torah values to all ages through his music and teaching"
2020-01-27
Mike Ozer & Pat Kalmans
$500
"Michael Ozer, Patricia Kalmans and Ben Richards are sponsoring a track together for Lechu Neranenah"
2020-01-27
Rabbi Ben Richards
$500
2020-01-17
Temple Israel of Natick
$1000
"Congratulations Josh!"
2020-01-16
Maya Booth
$36
"Your music enhances my life and my Jewish experiences! Can't wait to hear more!"
2020-01-10
North Suburban Synagogue Beth El
$1000
"Your music and creativity enhance the Jewish people. Kol Hakavod from Rabbi Michael Schwab and the Beth El community in Highland Park!"
2020-01-06
Brianah Caplan
"Josh- So proud of all of the music you have already made and can’t wait for more. Here’s to many more meaningful musical moments together! B’ahava"
2020-01-03
Temple Beth Sholom - Cherry Hill, NJ
$1000
2020-01-03
Rabbi Eric Yanoff and Rabbi Andrew Markowitz of Temple Adath Israel, Merion Station, PA
$500

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Chaverai Nevarech Vol. 2 – New Jewish music from Rabbi Josh Warshawsky and co.

$9,404   raised
GOAL: $18,000

18

 Donors

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Rabbi Josh Warshawsky
IL, USA

Rabbi Josh Warshawsky is a nationally touring Jewish musician, songleader, and composer. Josh seeks to build intentional praying communities, and travels to synagogues, camp and schools across the country sharing his music and teachings on prayer. Josh thinks of himself as a pray-er, gatherer, music creator, and lifelong Torah learner. He is originally from Chicago, and has released three albums of Jewish music. Josh’s melodies are written intentionally to express the deep meaning of the words of our tradition. Josh was ordained by the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies in Los Angeles.

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