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Mark your calendars! It's SNL Kol Ami style, as in Synagogue Night Live. Let's start the new week together and meet members of our community as they share their talent. 

We will start with Havdalah followed by three to four performers. Adults, as well as kids, will have a chance to share their talent and entertain us on a Saturday night. And really, where else will we be, but home? If you play an instrument, sing, compose and/or recite poetry, tell jokes, or do magic tricks we want to hear from you. Visual artists can show us their work or maybe your talent is...? Plan on 10 minutes where you will have the "stage," preceded by one to two minutes of introducing yourself. We are also looking for individuals or families who would like to lead Havdalah and/or emcee.

John and Helene Cuomo will be the emcees to start us out. Contact the Cuomos via email or call them at 801-273-0192 if you would like to perform, or you have questions or suggestions. "SNL" will start ~1 hour after sunset each Saturday night beginning February 6th until March 13th.

Let's connect and make our community a little warmer on these cold winter nights. "See" you then!

Click here to register for the Zoom link for March 6th!
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Schedule
Saturday, February 6th at 6:45 pm
Performers: Mark Fisher, playing the clarinet; Frank Yanowitz playing jazz piano; Karen Nielsen-Anson singing, and Avi Gotshalk spinning a basketball in his own unique way.

Saturday, February 13th at 6:45 pm
Performers: Ray Jacobs leading us in Havdalah; Jeremy Spekman and Carolina Hazman introducing their baby, Ezra followed by Jeremy playing piano; Max and Noah Sandweiss will each solo and then join together for a song, followed by their dad, David, singing an original piece with his son(s); Cathy Siegel and Kevin Gillars, stars from Kol Ami's previous coffee houses, will close out the evening on guitar and vocals.  

Saturday, February 20th at 7:00 pm
Performers: Our Cantorial Candidate will lead us in Havdalah; renowned author, Jackie Osherow, will recite one of her poems; Joseph Aguilar will play guitar and will be accompanied by his wife, Rebecca, and their niece, Ya'hel on vocals; and Art Sandack will perform on guitar on vocals. Following the performances we'll hold a Q&A session to get to know the Cantor.

Saturday, February 27th at 7:00 pm
Performers: Our Cantorial Candidate will lead us in Havdalah and perform a musical selection; Lynn Rosen (violin) and Tad Calcara (clarinet), both musicians from the Utah Symphony, will enchant us with a popular Yiddish song followed by their son, Benny, joining his parents for another musical selection; Suzanne Tornquist, a visual artist, will give us a tour of some of her amazing art work; and Ted Sablay, a multitalented musician, will close us out. Following the performances we'll hold a Q&A session to get to know the Cantor.

Saturday, March 6th at 7:15 pm
Performers:  Join us in welcoming a new family to Utah and Kol Ami, the Bergman family, whose daughter, Sammi, has graciously agreed to perform, on TUBA!  How hard it must be to move during the pandemic and not be warmly welcomed by our incredible Kol Ami family.  Well, this is the next best thing, so remember to register in advance! We are also thrilled that esteemed conductor, Joel Rosenberg, will be joining us on viola. Kol Ami master of all trades and multi-talented musician and teacher, David Asman will perform on clarinet. Leading us in Havdalah and two Ladino songs will be the Aguillar family.

Saturday, March 13th at 7:15 pm
Performers TBA

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