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On Tuesday, February 4, the Peltz Center for Jewish Life will be hosting a unique multimedia concert,
Songs of the Inspired Soul, to mark 70 years since the beginning of the Rebbe's leadership.


Though he is known more for his written and spoken word, of which there are hundreds
of printed volumes, the Rebbe also left a musical legacy of Chassidic melodies.
When the Rebbe taught these melodies, he would accompany each of them with a story
and message. This is very much in line with what the Rebbe taught, that a feeling,
no matter how lofty and spiritual, is not enough, it must be accompanied by a message
that looks to change one’s actions for the better.”


This beautiful multimedia production shares six of these Chassidic melodies,
played by the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra string quartet,
each preceded by short film about how they were taught by the Rebbe.


A story that touches on hallmarks of the Rebbe’s teachings, it is the struggle of the soul
to come to terms with her existence in this cold, indifferent world, and her realization
that her destiny is intertwined with the elevation of the mundane.
Indeed, there is an ancient Chassidic saying that goes,
“If words are the quill of the mind, then melody is the quill of the soul.”
On Tuesday, February 4, at 7:00 PM, these two quills will dip in the same well of ink.


Ticket price: $18.00. Sponsor: $36.00.

 

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