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Making Music and Visioning for the Future at Summer Institute

As we create our vision for the future of the Coalition of Innovating Congregations we are preparing to march to a new rhythm. At Summer Institute, attendees will participate in a visioning process with Jewish thought leaders that will shape new initiatives for the Coalition of Innovating Congregations and gain tools to lead visioning in their own congregations. With the creative process in mind, we are excited to announce we have invited special guests who will add an inspiring musical flare at this years Summer Institute on August 14th. Musical IQ offers a rich repertoire of interactive and high energy programming, providing African drums and other musical instruments for every participant. Founded by Shmueli & Samantha Perkel in 2006, Musical IQ has grown reaching over 30,000 children per year in the NY tri-state area, and we are also in the middle of our latest expansion to South Florida & Southern California. Musical IQ ‘playshops’ explore music from around the globe, as well as numerous aspects of geography, history and musical culture. Jewish Drum Tales, a subsidiary of Musical IQ, uses the applies the general program formula to include Jewish themes and enrichment. We bring ‘music to life’ in a fun and creative manner, using percussion and rhythm and our unique interactive and hands-on approach. Many of our participants are Jewish children and their families throughout the different religious and geographic diversity of NY, who have experienced our programs.

Join us for our exciting and inspiring program and learn to live and love music in a whole new way. All the way from storytelling to team building workshops, and everything in between! For further information about Musical IQ please visit us at www.MusicalIQ.com and www.JewishDrumTales.com. Summer Institute will take place on Wednesday, August 14 at UJA-Federation of New York from 10-2:30pm.

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