Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are the most important dates on the Jewish calendar, celebrating the end of one year and the beginning of the next.
Led by Rabbi-in-Residence Dan Ain and musician Jeremiah Lockwood of The Sway Machinery, the High Holidays at 92YTribeca are a blend of the old and the new, the relevant and the esoteric, the fasting and the rejoicing.
- Join us at 6:15 pm on Sep 16 to raise a glass to the New Year with appletinis and honey cake before Erev Rosh Hashanah services begin at 7 pm.
- Rosh Hashanah morning services begin at 10:30 am on Sep 17 and are followed by a luncheon, included in the Sep 17 service ticket price.
Complete 92YTribeca High Holiday package (includeds all meals and services): $250
Individual services: $65 in advance / $80 at door
Limited availability—buy in advance to guarantee your seat.
Menu for Lunch:
- Chilled poached salmon with three sauces
- Apple Carrot pancake with pomegranate garnish
- Roasted cauliflower with cumin and tofu
- Couscous with caramelized onion and golden raisins
- Spinach kugel
- Sliced local tomatoes
- Honey pistachio cheese cake
Dan Ain: Preaching, teaching and pastoring throughout NYC, Rabbi Dan Ain is the Rabbi-in-Residence at 92YTribeca where he leads religious gatherings, meals and conversations. A former attorney, Dan left his job and entered The Jewish Theological Seminary in the summer of 2002. Since his ordination, Rabbi Dan has spearheaded religious programming for off-the-grid Jews (and non-Jews) in downtown New York; including, serving as the Rabbi of The New Shul in Greenwich Village, preaching in Washington Square Park and leading dialogues at various downtown venues, with prominent guests like artist Maira Kalman, comedian Gilbert Gottfried, writer Rebecca Newberger Goldstein and hip-hop DJ Peter Rosenberg. A prominent online religious personality, Rabbi Dan (@rabbidan) also serves as a faculty member at CLAL where he lectures on the ideological clash between our faith in new technologies and traditional Jewish beliefs. His writing has appeared in The New York Jewish Week, Sh'ma, The New York Blueprint, Conservative Judaism, The Huffington Post and the BC Law Magazine. Dan lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife Alana and their daughter Autumn Prayer.
Jeremiah Lockwood: Son of composer Larry Lockwood and the grandson of the legendary Cantor Jacob Konigsberg, Jeremiah Lockwood began his musical career playing on the streets of Manhattan. He soon struck up a relationship with Piedmont Blues master Carolina Slim, with whom he still performs. Jeremiah and Carolina Slim have appeared together in Avery Fisher Hall, the New School Blues Festival and have been profiled in The New York Times Magazine and Time Out New York. Jeremiah has worked for years as the front man for The Sway Machinery, a blues/world beat/Chazzanus ensemble that is currently revamping its sound and taking New York by storm with the help of friends from the Antibalas horn section. Recently, Jeremiah has been working as a composer for film and theater, scoring the Adam Vardi film Mendy, and a documentary piece on Israeli artist Miriam Cabessa that was featured as an installation at the Tel Aviv Modern Art Museum. Jeremiah lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife Shasta and their sons Moses Lion and Jacob Ulysses.
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Individuals who have participated in 92nd Street Y programs over the past year in selected program areas, participants in certain memberships, and those who have made contributions of $500 or more to 92Y, are eligible to register for programs before they become available to the general public.
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