Brotherhood Opening Dinner 2018



Sunday, October 7, 6 PM

Performers: Hazzan Sara Geller accompanied by James Harp

Show: Yiddish Songs We Love

Cost: Free for Brotherhood members, $20 pp for guests

RSVP: by Tuesday September 25

INFO: Sid Bravmann, 410-952-6352

About Hazzan Sara Geller: Hazzan Sara Geller, a lyric soprano, is marking her twenty-fifth year in the cantorate. She has served B'nai Shalom of Olney since 2002. Hazzan Geller prepares bnai mitzvah students, teaches music and prayer in the religious and early childhood schools, and leads Shabbat and Festival services with her colleague, Rabbi Dina Rosenberg. Hazzan Geller conducts High Holidays choirs for adults and children and has composed and arranged music for her choirs and congregation.

Hazzan Geller is participating in the Institute for Jewish Spirituality's prestigious Clergy Leadership Program.  She has been a member of the Cantors Assembly since 1999 and currently serves on its Executive Council. Last year she participated in the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington’s Tomorrow Fellowship. Hazzan Geller has presented workshops at the UCSJ biennial convention as well as the Cantors Assembly annual conventions.  Hazzan Geller previously served congregations in Massachusetts.  

Hazzan Geller and her husband, Leon, an attorney, are the parents of daughters Ruth and Becky.  Hazzan Geller holds a master's degree in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University and a BA from Cornell University. Hazzan Geller is originally from New Rochelle, New York.


First Name
Last Name
Number of People (including yourself)
Names of Additional Guests
Number of tenderloin dinners?
Number of salmon dinners?
Comments/Dietary Needs
Payment Method
 Credit Card via PayPal
 Free (Brotherhood Member)
Get Swabbed! Chai Life, BHC's 20s and 30s Community Videostreaming
Back to top