03142016MVinney120px"Barthold Auerbach said, 'Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.' How true. My parents, Ruth and Jules Vinney,of blessed memory, were huge fans of the arts and especially loved music in all its forms. They established the Ruth and Jules Vinney Special Music Fund to show their dedication and love for The Temple and to support innovative, enriching and premiere programming in the Jewish musical arts. They passed on to me their musical abilities and appreciation, which I share with my husband, Jeffrey Chaitoff, children and grandchildren. I have been a Temple choir member for many years – first, under the fine direction of Bruce Shewitz, and currently, our remarkable Cantor Katherine Sebo. I always have enjoyed Jewish liturgy and singing in the service, but my greatest joy while singing is to peer into the congregation. It is wonderful to see the increase in participation and to realize how moved people are by the beautiful and often haunting melodies. Music is a universal language understood by all."
– Margo Vinney

Creator(s): Ruth Vinney

Purpose: To create an endowment fund that assists in providing creative music programs at The Temple.

Summary of Use(s): To provide funts for creative music programs as developed by the Temple Director of Music in consultation with the senior Rabbi

Link to Donate: http://bit.ly/tttirjvsmfund

 

Photography Club Photos

UC Church

UC Church, Photo Credit: Barry Miller  To join the Photography Club, email rross@ttti.org

Pendulum

Pendulum, Photo Credit: Bruce Gottleib  To join the Photography Club, email rross@ttti.org

London Eye

London Eye, Photo Credit: Barry Miller To join the Photography Club, email rross@ttti.org

Organ

A very cool shot of the organ at The University Circle Temple. To join the Photography Club, email rross@ttti.org Photo Credit: Mary Triest

Doorknob

Photo Credit: Scott Gloger. From Scott, "The door knobs in the University Circle building have always fascinated me. To think that time and expense went to even the most minute detail. In addition, the patina of the brass gives the feeling of years of use and the residue from the brass polish shows that care was even taken to clean and polish something as mundane as a door handle." 

Cleveland Bridge

Cleveland Bridge, Photo Credit: Barry Miller To join the Photography Club, email rross@ttti.org

Sanctuary

A wonderful shot of the main sanctuary at The University Circle Temple. To join the Photography Club, email rross@ttti.org  Photo Credit: David Polk.

End of Shabbat

End of Shabbat, Photo Credit: Bruce Gottleib  To join the Photography Club, email rross@ttti.org

Circle of Light

Circle of Light, Photo Credit: David Polk  To join the Photography Club, email rross@ttti.org

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Rob Ross

Temple Arts Director

(216) 831-3233, x199

rross@ttti.org

THE TEMPLE-TIFERETH ISRAEL

Jack and Lilyan Mandel Building

26000 Shaker Boulevard

Beachwood, Ohio 44122-7199

216-831-3233

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