A superstar in Jewish entertainment, Neshama Carlebach is a soulful singer whose magical voice and message of hope and love have inspired audiences around the world. Daughter of the legendary “singing rabbi” Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, Neshama is a six-time Grammy Entrant who has sung on the Broadway stage and sold over a million records. Neshama will appear with her band and the Glory to God Singers led by the Rev. Milton Vann of New York.

As a teenager in 1994, Neshama appeared on stage with her famous father, breaking the Orthodox Jewish prohibition against women singing before men. A few months later, he suffered a fatal heart attack. She finished his engagements and launched her own career. Now a star in her own right, she carries on her father’s legacy while charting her own unique course. Whether performing with an African-American gospel choir – as she will here – or at a climate change or Holocaust anniversary event, she sees music as a way to heal the world. “I believe we can heal through music. That’s the voice I want to sing to,” she says.

“When Neshama Carlebach sings, she brings a bit of heaven down to earth.”   –Washington Jewish Week


Neshama Carlebach’s concert is a benefit for the Rabbi Myron and Eileen Geller Endowment Fund for Family Learning at the Sylvia Cohen Religious School of Temple Ahavat Achim in Gloucester. The event will honor the Gellers, longtime leaders of the congregation until their retirement in 2006.

A reception with the artist will be held immediately following concert for those purchasing tickets for $125 and above.

Tickets available through Rockport Music:
Tier 2 – $125 – Concert & Reception
Tier 3 – $ 65 – Concert Only

For Tier 1 tickets and Temple donor opportunities at $500 and above (which include ticket and ad packages with evening reception), please contact Temple Ahavat Achim at 978.281.0739 or Barbara Gold, Endowment Campaign Director, at 978-239-7691.