By COLlive reporter
Tzohar Seminary for Chassidus and the Arts of Pittsburgh will be presenting an evening of Chassidus and Creativity on Thursday evening, February 12 at 8:30, at the Levi Yitzchok Library in Crown Heights.
The evening in New York will reprise some of the artwork and performances that was previously shared with the women of the Pittsburgh Jewish community last month.
The audience was treated to beautiful, meaningful artwork, writing and films that captured deep concepts in Chassidus. The musical performances by the vocal ensemble and individuals displayed the talent of the students and moved the audience immensely.
The evening in Crown Heights will feature a performance by Tzohar alumna, singer and songwriter Rivka Eilfort along with the Tzohar vocal ensemble and solo acts by individual students.
At the beginning of the evening, the seminary’s principal Rabbi Aaron Herman will fabreng and the Tzohar students will share artwork, writing and films they have created this semester based on the Chassidus they have learned.
The Tzohar Seminary for Chassidus and the Arts focuses on developing its students’ talents and creativity, exposing them to all of the arts simultaneously. The students study Chassidus intensively and take what they learn and express it through their individual and collaborative projects.
Over the first three and a half years of Tzohar’s existence, there have been numerous drawings and paintings, plays and screenplays, dances, poetry and stories, photography and films created by students, all based on the Chassidus they studied and connected to in a deep personal way.
Tzohar Seminary is currently receiving applications for the upcoming year. Interviews will be held in Crown Heights during Chof Bais Shvat. For more, visit tzoharseminary.com