Cantorial Soloist Jennifer Antebi Sings in Benefit for Cape Cod Synagogue

April 22nd at 7 p.m.

Cape Cod Synagogue’s Cantorial Soloist, Jennifer Antebi will be performing a concert to benefit the Cape Cod Synagogue on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 7:00pm. The concert will boast an array of popular show tunes with sing‐alongs. This family‐friendly event will be held at the Cape Cod Synagogue at 145 Winter Street in Hyannis.

Tickets are modestly priced at $10 for adults and $5 for children. Refreshments will also be available.

Jennifer is a 1995 cum laude graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, with a major in Communications and a minor in Judaic Studies. She continued her education at Hebrew College in Newton and graduated summa cum laude in 2007 with a certification in Jewish Liturgical Music.

Between her educational pursuits, Jen gained exposure in the secular world, entertaining at Pat O’Brien’s piano bar in New Orleans, LA., and traveling the world performing for several months each in Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Japan, and Germany, Additionally, she was selected on three occasions by the Boston Red Sox to perform the Star Spangled Banner at Fenway Park. She was also chosen by the New England Revolution and by UMASS to perform the Anthem at numerous soccer, basketball and baseball games.

Jennifer has served as a Cantorial Soloist for a number of religious institutions, including Temple Chayai Shalom in Easton, MA, Brandeis University Hillel, UMASS/Amherst Hillel, and teaches music at a number of synagogues. She has been the Cantorial Soloist at the Cape Cod Synagogue since September, 2008.

The Cape Cod Synagogue, a Reform Jewish congregation in Hyannis, Massachusetts, is a religious and social community of diverse ages and family structures. We are committed to enriching our lives and the lives of others by attending to the following six principles: worshiping God in a variety of ways that will inspire spiritual fulfillment for every congregant; preserving Jewish cultural, religious and ethical values; providing Jewish education for people of all ages; caring for and responding to the needs of others within the congregation and in the larger community; supporting the State of Israel and the Jewish people everywhere; and, pursuing justice in order to promote peace among diverse peoples in our community and the world.

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