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Sarasota News Leader January 17, 2014 Page 135 SHABBAT ALIVE! TO FEATURE MUSIC OF DEBBIE FRIEDMAN "The music of Debbie Friedman — the groundbreaking singer/songwriter who passed away three years ago this month" — will be featured at the all-musical Shabbat Alive! worship service on Friday, Jan. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El, the Temple has announced. productions who also performed in Shrek: The Musical on Broadway, a news release says. Friedman has been credited "with reinvigorating prayer services throughout the Jewish world with her accessible, inspiring works," "Held quarterly at Temple Emanu-El, Shabbat the release adds. Alive! services comprise contemporary, innovative arrangements of traditional prayers The Shabbat Alive! service is free and open to all performed by a full band of professional and members of the community. Temple Emanu-El volunteer musicians" — including new vocal- is located at 151 McIntosh Road in Sarasota. ist Hannah Beatt, 13, a veteran of local theater For more information, call 371-2788. % (Top row, from left) Sam Silverberg, Stuart Miller, Paul Greene, Deborah Cameron, Rabbi Brenner J. Glickman, (middle row, from left) Kathy Rance, Rochelle Seldin, Dawn Dill, Rachel Nelson-Assi, (bottom row, from left) Dan Cartlidge, Hannah Beatt, Cynthia Roberts-Greene and Joe Bruno will lead the all-musical Shabbat Alive! service featuring the compositions of Debbie Friedman at Temple Emanu-El on Jan. 24. Contributed photo

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