Neshama and Rabbi Golub engaged in conversation about life, faith and music.
In an online Times of Israel interview by Miriam Herschlag, Neshama Carlebach, daughter of Jewish music icon Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, discusses the posthumous sexual misconduct charges against him, and life after leaving Orthodoxy
Rabbi Rick Jacobs, URJ President, welcomes Neshama Carlebach at the 2019 URJ Biennial where she engaged in song and conversation with beloved friends/Jewish leaders Rabbi Ken Chasen, Rabbi Sydney Mintz, Cantor Marsha Attie, Rabbi Rachel Timoner and Cantor Josh Breitzer, for a program titled “Believe: Moving Forward in the #MeToo Era”. “Thank You” (from the Recording “Believe“) Song Credit: Music and lyrics: Beth Styles and Neshama Carlebach Band: Seth Farber: Pianist/Musical Director Elyadeen Anbar: Electric Guitar Dave Richards: Bass Rabbi Ken Chasen: Acoustic Guitar Video Credit: Daphne Price
This event was made possible by the sponsorship of Elie Hirschfeld Foundation.
Rabbi Angela Buchdahl, Senior Rabbit at Central Synagogue in New York writes:
A profoundly moving experience to welcome Neshama Carlebach back to our bima at Central. To both celebrate her new extraordinary album “Believe” and to make a tikkun and healing after our year moratorium on Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach’s music. Video below includes my words to the community, our “Shiru Ladonai” together, and Neshama’s exquisite new prayer “Don’t Let Me Go.”
Please watch and I encourage you to support Neshama Carlebach’s beautiful album of original music.