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Sattler Concert 2023 - Shirei Refuah (Songs of Healing)

The month between Pesah and Shavuot is a springtime passage called Iyyar. In Hebrew, this is/can be an acronym for the verse, "I Am YVHV Your Healer." When the sprouting world brings fresh green and flowers, hope and healing have opportunities to return.
Please join us as we invite singer/spiritual leader Shir Meira Feit to present an intimate concert of heart songs, healing intentions, meditative depths, and a musical embrace on Sunday, April 23 at 2 p.m.

Concert Tickets

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As in previous years, Agudas Achim is offering three styles of tickets for the David Sattler Memorial Concert. All tickets will come with complimentary access to a virtual rebroadcast of the concert, which will be sent at a later date.
  • General Admission Ticket ($18/person)
  • Family Ticket for families of 3 or more ($36)
  • Patrons Ticket ($360)
The Patron Ticket for the 2023 David Sattler Memorial Concert will consist of admission for two people and a thank you gift. Patrons will also receive an invitation to an exclusive virtual shiur (lesson) with Shir Feit, which will take place on Tuesday, April 25 at 7 p.m.
Please contact Hazzan Dienstfrey for any questions.

Image credit: Shir Meira Feit

Rabbi Shir Meira Feit

Shir Meira Feit is an American rabbi, composer, liturgist, and singer. Feit received smicha in 2020 from Rabbi Zalman Schacter-Shalomi and the ALEPH Ordination program. Shir was the founding rabbi of Kol Hai, a Jewish Renewal community in New York's Hudson Valley, and the the Creative Durector of NYC's Romemu. Feit's musical style blends traditional liturgy with contemporary musical methods to create a spiritual-cultural Judaism that is modern, alive, and innovative.
Feit and partner Emily have three daughters.

About the Sattler Concert

The Sattler Concert is Agudas Achim's annual music event held in honor of the late and beloved David Sattler z"l. David was president of Agudas Achim Congregation (2001-2003), a real mensch, and music lover. During his life, he wasn't shy about expressing his great passion for the melodies of the Hallel services to the songs of the Beatles. Even during the long illness that eventually took his life at the age of 58 in 2017, music brought David peace and pleasure.
The Sattler Concert seeks to spread David's love of music to the members of Agudas Achim and the wider Alexandria community. Whether you knew David or not, we hope that the music that is shared through the Sattler Concert will inspire you to engage, commit, and lead the community with the love and care we strive to pass along to the next generation.
Tue, March 21 2023 28 Adar 5783