7 2024



The Bay Area Cantorial Association (BACA) will present its 20th annual concert, LEV B’LEV: HEART TO HEART — SONGS FROM OUR HEARTS TO YOURS benefitting scholarships for students of Reform and Conservative
sacred music study, on Sunday, April 7, 2024 at 3 PM, hosted by Temple Ahavat Shalom, 1575 Curlew Rd., Palm Harbor, FL 34683. A dessert reception will follow the concert.
Tickets will be available at the door for a suggested donation of $18 each (cash or check only). All donations of any amount will be gratefully accepted and no one will be turned away.
Participants include (Cliff Abramson/Temple Sinai of Sarasota, Riselle Bain, Temple Israel of Highlands County, Laura Berkson/Spiritual Care Coordinator & Chaplain, Empath Health of Clearwater, Deborrah Cannizzaro/Cong. Schaarai Zedek of Tampa, Tanya Greenblatt, Cong. Beth Am of Tampa, Joy Katzen-Guthrie, Temple Ahavat Shalom of Palm Harbor, Michelle McNicholas/Temple Ahavat Shalom of Palm Harbor, Allison Rosoff/Temple Ahavat Shalom of Palm Harbor, Jonathan Schultz, Cong. B'nai Israel of St. Petersburg, Marci Vitkus, Jewish Congregation of Venice, and pianist Tim Burnaman of Jewish Congregation of Venice).
For information, please call Temple Ahavat Shalom at 727-785-8811.
Founded in 2002 by members of the Tampa Bay cantorial community and now in its 22nd year, BACA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to raising scholarship monies for Reform and Conservative sacred music study. BACA raised $12,600 through two special concerts for the Israel Emergency Fund in November 2023 (Tampa) and March 2024 (Sarasota) and has raised more than $71,000 toward cantorial scholarships in addition to providing significant donations to new publications of liturgical Jewish music.