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American Folk Song Singalong

Join Cindy Paley and Adult Education

Sunday, January 24 from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. PST

Register in advance to attend the singalong

Cindy Paley and The Folk Experience

The folk music movement of the 1960’s helped to galvanize social change in America. Writers and performers such as Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Paul Simon, Leonard Cohen and Peter Yarrow wrote some of the most iconic songs of the folk era.  The Folk Experience – Cindy Paley, Mike Sirota, and Ed Labowitz — present a 3-part harmony musical program of American folk songs of that great folk era.  Their concert is part nostalgia, part entertainment, and part sheer joy as everyone in the audience sings along. It’s a hand clapping, foot stomping happening!

This Zoom singalong includes videos of The Folk Experience and live singing with Cindy Paley & guest artists, Mike Sirota and Ann Brown.

Cindy Paley has delighted Jewish communities across the country with her spirit and rich repertoire of Jewish music. As a Cantorial Soloist, Cindy is the soul of Lev Eisha and the Valley Beth Shalom N’shama Minyan, both creative Shabbat women’s services in Los Angeles. As a performer, she invites audiences to experience her beautiful renditions of Yiddish folk songs, Ladino love songs, and exuberant melodies of modern Israel, as featured on her Yavo Shalom, Zing Along and Koleet CDs. Cindy’s Jewish holiday CDs (Chanukah, A Singing Seder, Shabbat and Celebrate with Cindy) are well known by teachers and families across America. You can learn more about her at cindypaley.com.

Download the PDF file of all the lyrics.

This program is free of charge, although donations are gratefully accepted. CBH Partners are welcome to register but are not required to do so, and can find the Zoom link here. Our friends around the world who are not Partners should register by Noon on Friday, January 22, and we will send you the Zoom invitation.

The Executive Director welcomes questions about Bet Haverim partnership, including our new Associate Partner status for those not in the area, at director@bethaverim.org, or 530-758-0842.

Registration for the program is now CLOSED.

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