Sign In Forgot Password

Azamra Music

The name for our new Friday night service was inspired by a song called Azamra, written by the amazingly talented Cantor Benjie Ellen Schiller. I would hear this song on Friday nights and it would immediately put me in the right prayer space for a Kabbalat Shabbat service.  

The idea behind creating this new service was to experience a musical Shabbat service in your own home. We know that livestreaming a service feels very distant, so we wanted to create a experience tailored to you and your home. We sing with you and simultaneously give you a chance to learn some new music, learn some Torah and eat Shabbat dinner all at the same time. We know it might be hard to learn the music after hearing it only one time, so we are putting links to the songs on this page so you can feel free to listen to them on your own time.


Azamra Songs

Quick Links:

 

Azamra (Schiller)

Yedid Nefesh (Nava Tehila)

< back

Higale Na

< back

Lechu N’ranena (Yosef Goldman)

< back

Shiru Ladonai (Akers)

Shiru Ladonai (Carlebach)

< back

Ya’aloz Sadai (Nava Tehilah)

< back

Yiram Hayam (Nava Tehilah)

< back

Romemu (Taubman)

< back

Adonai Oz (Nava Tehilah)

< back

Ana B’koach (Weisenberg)

< back

Lecha Dodi (Styles) - COMING SOON
Lecha Dodi (Warshawsky)

Lecha Dodi (Sacks Mintz)

< back

Mizmor Shir (BJ)

< back

Tov Lehodot (Glazer) - COMING SOON

< back

Tzadik Katamar (Karduner)

< back

V’shamru (Carlebach)

< back

Shalom Rav (Klepper)

Shalom Rav (Styles) - COMING SOON

< back

Ahavat Olam (Friedman)

Ahavat Olam (Mann and Rutman)

< back

Hashkiveinu (Taubman)

Hashkiveinu (Nichols)

< back

Mi Shebeirach (Friedman)

< back

Hamakom (Taubman)

< back

Thu, January 21 2021 8 Shevat 5781