Alan Mason, music director at Temple Israel of Greater Miami, left, accompanies Steven Hevenstone, from B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton, in a rendition of ‘Tikanta Shabbat’ during the 2012 Winter Jewish Music Concert at Temple Israel of Greater Miami near downtown Miami. Several hundred people attended the event, which featured music from Jewish, Israeli, folk, Yiddish, pop, classical, and other genres.
Alan Mason, music director at Temple Israel of Greater Miami, left, accompanies Steven Hevenstone, from B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton, in a rendition of ‘Tikanta Shabbat’ during the 2012 Winter Jewish Music Concert at Temple Israel of Greater Miami near downtown Miami. Several hundred people attended the event, which featured music from Jewish, Israeli, folk, Yiddish, pop, classical, and other genres. DANIEL BOCK MIAMI HERALD FILE
Alan Mason, music director at Temple Israel of Greater Miami, left, accompanies Steven Hevenstone, from B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton, in a rendition of ‘Tikanta Shabbat’ during the 2012 Winter Jewish Music Concert at Temple Israel of Greater Miami near downtown Miami. Several hundred people attended the event, which featured music from Jewish, Israeli, folk, Yiddish, pop, classical, and other genres. DANIEL BOCK MIAMI HERALD FILE

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