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Princeton NJ Events

Events for Sunday October 18, 2020

Walking Tours with Susan Hoenig: White Oak + American Chestnut Leaf Sculptures, Friends of Princeton Open Space

Sunday October 18, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Walk + Talk with ecological artist Susan Hoenig Walk to see the White Oak + American Chestnut Leaf Sculptures in the Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve. Friends of Princeton Open Space and Susan Hoenig collaborated on this project to draw attention to the value and beauty of native trees, which not only please our eyes and soothe our spirits, but are critical to sustaining wildlife.

For more information and to register for the October 18 tour, please click here. To register for the October 25 tour, please click here.

A Taste of Kabbalah, The Jewish Center Princeton

Sunday October 18, 2020
3:30 PM

Oct 18 &25 - With Daniel Matt, Ph.D.

In these two sessions we will explore some of the essential teachings of Kabbalah, the Jewish mystical tradition. Among the themes to be covered are Ein Sof (God as Infinity), Shekhinah (the feminine aspect of God), the mystical meaning of Torah, finding God in the material world, and God’s need for the human being. The texts will be drawn from Daniel Matt’s The Essential Kabbalah and his translation of the Zohar.

For security reasons, Registration is required for all programs. To register, please send an email with your full name and the Course Codes(s) for the course(s) you would like to register for to: adulteducation@thejewishcenter.org

Please use course code KABBALAH when registering.

Carlos Simon's An Elegy: A Cry from the Grave, Princeton Symphony Orchestra Virtual Concert

Sunday October 18, 2020
4:00 PM

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is pleased to introduce a new fall series, Virtual Concerts: Your Orchestra, Your Home, offering the opportunity to hear works rarely performed in the concert hall.

Under the direction of Rossen Milanov, the PSO performs Carlos Simon's An Elegy: A Cry from the Grave, a piece the composer dedicates to "those murdered wrongfully by an oppressive power." Also on the program are Dmitri Shostakovich's Chamber Symphony, a transcription for string orchestra of his String Quartet No. 8, and a solo performance by star cellist Pablo Ferrández.

For tickets and additional information, visit princetonsymphony.org or call 609-497-0020.

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