The Falmouth Jewish Congregation Summer Series opens on Tuesday, June 18 at 7:30 P.M. with a concert featuring soprano Stephanie Horowitz. Ms. Horowitz, a New York-based cabaret and opera singer, also serves the congregation’s High Holy Day cantorial soloist. The program, featuring hits from Broadway and Israel, also draws on the talents of local musicians Ted Jellinek on keyboard, Laird Boles on bass, and Kareem Sanjaghi on percussion. Come enjoy songs that draw on both American and Jewish musical traditions in a relaxed setting with candlelit tables and complimentary refreshments.
Stephanie Horowitz is a dynamic soprano whose expansive repertoire ranges from jazz and Broadway to opera. Active in musical theatre, Ms. Horowitz is the 2005 winner of the Five Towns Music & Art Foundation’s Young Artist Competition in the Musical Theatre Division. Favorite musical theatre roles include Trina (Falsettos), Frenchie (Cabaret), Emma Goldman/Housewife (Assassins), Anita (West Side Story), Gilmer (Godspell), and Connie (Good News). Ms. Horowitz has been seen in Cabaret clubs such as the Duplex, the Metropolitan Room, and Piano's Bar & Grill in Bloomfield, NJ. An avid lover of vocal jazz, she sings for the Boop Troupe, a vocal, 1940's jazz trio, and the South Shore Syncopators, NY's premier 1920's and 1930's dance orchestra. She is quoted as having "...great chops" and "lots of control" by famed Jazz performer John Hendricks of Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross.
Ms. Horowitz’s recent operatic appearances include the title role in Princess Ida, Marguerite (Faust), the Countess (Le Nozze di Figaro), Mrs. Fezziwig in the New York City premier of Scrooge and Gilbert and Sullivan with the Village Light Opera Group and Ciesca (Gianni Schicchi.) Ms. Horowitz is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, where she received a Masters Degree in Vocal Performance. For her studies there, she was awarded the Wayne Newton Music Scholarship. As a member of N.E.C.’s Opera Studio, Ms. Horowitz sang the role of Noemie in Massenet’s Cendrillon, and she specialized in Ladino-language music of Sephardic Jewry.
This concert and all FJC Summer Series events are open to the public and will take place on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 P.M. on June 18 and 25 and throughout July. Doors
open at 7:00 P.M. General Admission tickets for the concert are $20; youth age 18 and under pay $10. Sponsor tickets are $50 and Patron tickets $36. Separate pricing applies to all additional Falmouth Jewish Congregation Summer Series film screenings, with a discounted season pass available, too. Tickets for the six-film series are $7 for members and $10 for non-members. The season pass is available at a discount of $36 for congregation members and $50 for non-members for all six events. Passes may be purchased in person at the congregation’s office, at the door, or by sending a check in advance.