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Sarasota News Leader May 10, 2013 Page 114 cial chorus of the Florida West Coast Symphony in Sarasota, the release adds. He also was adjunct professor of music at New College in Sarasota, where he conducted the choirs. In more than 40 years of choral conducting, "Moe brought nearly every landmark choral-orchestral work in the repertoire to performance, ranging from Bach's Passion According to St. John to the Britten War Requiem, the release continues. "His work drew him into the nation's great concert halls, including Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, the Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center, where he twice served as consulting conductor for the International University Choral Festival," it adds. Evensong is a free offering for the community; all are welcome. Redeemer is located at 222 S. Palm Ave., in downtown Sarasota. For more information, visit or call 955-4263. Daniel Moe/Contributed photo TEMPLE EMANU-EL TO HOLD FIFTH ANNUAL BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS The fifth annual Blessing of the Animals will be held on Saturday, May 18, at 10 a.m. at Temple Emanu-El, 151 McIntosh Road in Sarasota. This event is the only pet blessing in Sarasota's Jewish community, and all are warmly invited, the Temple has announced. "A celebration of the gift of animal companionship and the special role pets play in our lives, Blessing of the Animals will begin with casual socializing as well as light refreshments for both humans and animals," a news release says. "Following a brief and inspirational message about the importance of animals in Jewish tradition, each pet will receive Adam Gersh brought his dog to last year's Blessing of the Animals at Temple Emanu-El. Contributed photo

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