OBOJC Partner Program- Book Discussion Group Featuring Fran Schwartz

Posted: October 24th, 2017

When:
November 28, 2017 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
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Where:
Keneseth Israel Reform Congregation
8339 Old York Rd, Elkins Park, PA 19027
USA

Adult Book Discussion Group
Sponsored by the Meyers Library
Tuesday November 28
12:30 pm Bag Lunch (coffee and dessert provided)
1 pm Discussion
Guest Discussion Leader: Fran Schwartz, musician extraordinaire, will join us to share her insights and understanding of the musical aspects of this novel.
This 2016 National Jewish Book Award winner interweaves the stories of two women and more than two hundred years of Jewish history. Susanna finds an unpublished piece of music by Johann Sebastian Bach among her uncle’s papers. How did it get there? In 1783 Sara Itzig Levy receives an anti-Jewish cantata from her piano teacher, Bach’s son. This work of historical fiction traces the cantata from 18th century Berlin to the present day.
Save the following dates for other Adult Book Discussions: January 23 (The Inquisitor’s Tale), March 6 (Nine Folds Make a Paper Swan), and April 24 (After Anatevka). All book selections are available in the Meyers Library and on the library Kindles.

For more information contact:

Ellen Tilman
Director of Library Services
Meyers Library
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel
8339 Old York Road
Elkins Park, PA 19027
215-887-8700 x 122
etilman@kenesethisrael.org
library@kenesethisrael.org

Our discussion is part of the One Book One Jewish Community Program. And After The Fire by Lauren Belfer is this year’s selection. The citywide Kickoff Conversation with the Author is at 3 pm on Sunday December 3 at Adath Israel (250 N. Highland Avenue; Merion Station)

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