Dan Nichols: Artist-in-Residence Weekend

May 17-19, 2024

Join us as we sing, pray and learn with singer-songwriter Dan Nichols, one of Reform Judaism’s most sought-after performers and an influential composer of our modern Jewish soundtrack.

Event Details

All events are FREE for members of Temple Emanuel. Registration/ticket required where noted.

Shabbat Unplugged

Friday, May 17 at 6:30 pm

An upbeat, music-filled service for all ages followed by a festive Oneg.

“Oh. My. God.” Shabbat Study Session

Saturday, May 18 at 10:00 am

Temple Emanuel members and invited guests only. Advance registration required.
Delve into songcraft and perspectives on time, love, place, purpose, holiness and God. A bagel brunch will follow.

Havdalah and Concert

Saturday, May 18 at 7:00 pm

Guests are welcome! Advance registration and tickets required for guests AND members.

Listen, sing along and join the ruach (spirit)! The amazing, talented Dan Nichols is legendary for his unrestrained energy and infectious joy. His performance will appeal to all ages. A dessert reception will follow.

Tickets: Free for Temple Emanuel members AND non-members 18 and under; $18/person for non-members over age 18.

Religious School Sing-along

Sunday, May 19 at 9:00 am

Temple Emanuel members only
Designed for students and open to the entire congregation. The religious school’s “end-of-year” games and activities will follow.

About Dan Nichols

Dan Nichols is a product of the Union for Reform Judaism and the Jewish camping movement. He has toured Jewish summer camps across North America for the last 22 years. A classically trained singer, Dan received his Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance at the University of North Carolina. In 1995, realizing the potential of music to make powerful connections with Jewish youth, Dan established the Jewish rock band Eighteen. Since that time, Dan and Eighteen have released 13 albums.

More

Get a taste of Dan’s music, including some his songs we sing at Temple Emanuel, for some inspiration:

The Dan Nichols artist-in-residence weekend is generously sponsored by the Shack Family Fund of Temple Emanuel.