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Now in its 15th year, Temple Concord is again proud to present the acclaimed Regina F. Goldenberg Cultural Series made possible with the support of the Regina F. Goldenberg Cultural Fund. All performances are presented at Temple Concord, except as noted.

Subscription Information: (click here to download the form)
Single-Event Tickets:  $10 (Student $8) 

Flex Subscription:
Any 5 Events (that are part of the Flex Subscription):
Temple Concord member $30 (5 for the price of 3)
Non-member $40 (5 for the price of 4)
Student $24 (5 for the student price of 3) 

Friday, January 11 at 6 pm (at Shabbat services)
Sarah L. Young, Author Nice Jewish Boys
Avishai Miller is your typical kid. Except that his mother is dead, he barely speaks to his father,and he’s secretly dating Noah, a male classmate at his Jewish private school. Then their relationship is discovered, everything they know changes, leaving them struggling to find their feet in a new, unwelcoming reality.
Sarah Young wrote this young-adult novel when she was 15 years old. She is currently studying at Wellesley College (Class of 2020).
There is NO CHARGE for this event, and it is not part of the Flex Subscription.

Saturday, February 2 at 6 pm 
Havdalah Concert featuring Sheldon Low          
This Saturday evening Havdalah concert will feature Sheldon Low, one of the brightest young stars in Jewish rock music today. With the release of Life, in September of 2016, Low has five full-length album releases to his name.  In addition to performing, Low is a Jewish educator and innovator having served as a founding head faculty member of Songleader Boot Camp, Artist Relations, reporter, and blog manager for Jewish Rock Radio.
More information about Sheldon Low at
Special community religious school family concert on Sunday morning, February 3rd. Watch for details! 

Sunday, March 3 at 2 pm 
Le Moyne College Theater Department    
Concert Selections from Kafka’s Metamorphosis: The Musical! 

Join the creative team behind this original musical, which premiered to rave reviews at the Montréal Fringe Festival in the summer of 2018. Writers and cast members will perform songs from the show, provide commentary about the story, and participate in a Q&A with audience members. More info at Light refreshments included. 

Available in advance by calling the Temple office at 315-475-9952, register online, and at the door depending on availability.

Sunday, March 10 at 11 am 
Norman Eisen, Author The Last Palace: Europe’s Turbulent Century through Five Lives and One House
When Eisen moved into the US ambassador’s residence in Prague…he was startled to discover swastikas hidden beneath the furniture…remnants of the residence’s forgotten history. The Last Palace chronicles the upheavals that transformed the continent over the past century. Eisen is a senior fellow at Brookings, a CNN commentator, the former (2011 – 2014) US ambassador to the Czech Republic, and President Obama’s former ethics czar (2009 – 2011). 

Sunday, March 24 – 7 pm
Crouse Hinds Theater at the John H. Mulroy Civic Center
An Evening with Bernadette Peters and Symphoria

Star of the Broadway stage, movies and television, Bernadette Peters will entertain with music and anecdotes from Broadway and the American Songbook.
Tickets are NOT available for purchase through Temple Concord.
For Bookings please contact: The Symphoria Box Office 315-299-5598, or online:

Sunday, April 28 at 11 am 
Margalit Fox, Author Conan Doyle for the Defense:
The True Story of a Sensational British Murder, a Quest for Justice, and the World’s Most Famous Detective Writer. The wrongly accused man—Oscar Slater—was an immigrant German Jew. Time magazine says the book is “Gripping….The book works on two levels, much like a good Holmes case.” Fox is a recently retired obituaries writer for The New York Times.

Saturday, October 26 – 7 pm  RESCHEDULED DATE
Tony Trischka in Concert
Tony's Bio is available.
This event is not part of the Flex Subscription.
Please  purchase tickets purchase tickets - $25 pp. 
Available in advance by calling the Temple office at 315-475-9952,  register online, and at the door depending on availability.

Sat, September 21 2019 21 Elul 5779