Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) September 9, 2009
Temple Beth Am is pleased to announce that Award winning Artist, Craig Taubman will perform live in Concert at the Temple on Saturday, October 3, 2009 as a part of the Temple's Concert Series. Craig Taubman's dynamic music and moving performance style have been an inspiration to the Jewish Community for over 22 years.
Craig's enchanting music captivates audiences and appeals to all ages. His music has become a standard at Synagogues, Jewish camps, youth groups, and schools throughout the country. His recordings have become an integral part of the Jewish community, weaving spirit and song into the fabric of Jewish life.
Craig is regularly seen on television with featured specials on the Disney Channel, as well as guest appearances on the Today Show, CBS This Morning, Nickelodeon, and Entertainment Tonight. An accomplished composer, Craig has completed projects for feature films including Paramount Picture's family release Andre, and Savoy Picture's Pinocchio. He also wrote and produced original songs for the HBO series Happily Ever After and Fox Television Network's children's series Rimba's Island. His music has been featured at the Coca Cola Olympic Pavilion in Atlanta as well as in Disney's animated short film Recycle Rex. Craig's sell-out concerts draw thousands of fans at such respected venues as Ravinia in Chicago, Valley Forge in Pennsylvania, Westbury Music Fair in New York, the Greek Theater in Los Angeles and three special performances at the White House. He has produced and co-written over 15 albums, including the following titles: Friday Night Live, The Best of the Rest, Inscribed and many others.
DATE: Saturday, October 3, 2009 - 7:00pm
LOCATION: Temple Beth Am - 2250 Central Blvd., Jupiter, Florida 33458
Tickets are available for this event. For ticket information or to schedule an interview, please contact Publicity Chair Liz Denmark at (561) 308-6697.
About Temple Beth Am
Established in 1982, Temple Beth Am is a Reform Synagogue located in Jupiter, Florida. Temple Beth Am is the religious home for over 420 North Palm Beach County residents. The Temple enjoys a NAEYC accredited Preschool, a Mishpacha Family Center, the largest Sunday and Hebrew schools in Jupiter, Florida and a full service Temple which offers social, religious and educational programs and works to fulfill the spiritual needs of the congregation and the North Palm Beach County community. Temple Beth Am programs national speakers, songwriters and educators throughout the year and coordinates with Florida Atlantic University's Life Long Learning Center to support continuing education for the entire community.