20s and 30s Hanukkah Pop Up
Join Aviv at B’nai Jeshurun, the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, Grad Network: Powered by Columbia/Barnard Hillel and fellow 20s and 30s for a pop up Hanukkah extravaganza! Listen to some Hanukkah music while enjoying hot chocolate and sufganiyot (jelly donuts). Featuring music by Late Night Thoughts. Registration is required, and location is given upon registration.
Michael Harlow has enjoyed being a part of the Jewish-Music world since his first summer as Rosh Shira (head songleader) at Camp Ramah in the Rockies in 2014. He is now working as a tefilah specialist/teacher at Beit Rabban Day School, as the music educator at B’nai Jeshurun working with teens and young families, and with his musical partner on their musical career as Late Night Thoughts
Late Night Thoughts is the folk-pop duo of Brian Rauch and Michael Harlow, a pair of young, grounded artists sharing their musically intuitive minds to create an emotional ride you’ve got to hear to believe.
Although they grew up separately, both Brian and Michael started their musical journeys at a young age. Brian has been singing since he can remember, echoing tunes from John Mayer to Elton John. Michael’s musical journey began with the drums and later expanded to piano, guitar, ukulele, melodica, trumpet, bass, banjo, and last but not least, didgeridoo. The combination of their complementary talents meshed seamlessly even before the inception of the duo.
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