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Friday Night Dinner December 28th: Shaul Charles Goldberg and Rabbi Naftali Citron


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Register December 28, 2018 4:30 pm December 28, 2018 8:50 pm America/New_York Friday Night Dinner December 28th: Shaul Charles Goldberg and Rabbi Naftali Citron

Born and raised in the Chicago suburbs, Shaul Charles Goldberg, otherwise known as HARDCHARLiE, braved the challenges of teenage life armed with a pen and paper. A classically trained pianist, guitarist, and drummer, Goldberg grew tired of playing other people’s music and recognized his need to create something raw and accessible for the masses. While at the University of Kansas, Goldberg met a Rabbi, Zalman Tiechtel, who placed a yarmulke on his head and tzitzit at his sides. Discovering his heritage in a brand-new dimension, Goldberg dove headfirst into teachings of Chassidic mysticism and surfaced with hip hop masterworks. On the mic, Goldberg creates percussive bliss through lyrics brimming with five-thousand-year-old tradition mixed with coping strategies against modern day demands. More than a musician, teacher, and devout Jew, Goldberg holds a Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling and works with teens from Chicago’s most dangerous neighborhoods. Such a unique blend of ability is an especially rare find in an over-saturated musical arena. As audiences awaits his newest release “DiViDED,” Goldberg hopes that he will make an impact on not only the hip-hop game at large, but on each and every one of his followers, personally. The Carlebach Shul strives to provide a beautiful experience for everyone participating in our Shabbat or Yom Tov dinners. A typical dinner commences approximately 2 hours after Mincha begins. These dinners provide a unique opportunity for both members and visitors to celebrate Shabbat together in a lively and inviting setting. Attendees can expect delicious food, lots of singing, and inspiring words of Torah from the world-renowned scholars-in-residence who join us for these dinners.

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Born and raised in the Chicago suburbs, Shaul Charles Goldberg, otherwise known as HARDCHARLiE, braved the challenges of teenage life armed with a pen and paper. A classically trained pianist, guitarist, and drummer, Goldberg grew tired of playing other people’s music and recognized his need to create something raw and accessible for the masses.

While at the University of Kansas, Goldberg met a Rabbi, Zalman Tiechtel, who placed a yarmulke on his head and tzitzit at his sides. Discovering his heritage in a brand-new dimension, Goldberg dove headfirst into teachings of Chassidic mysticism and surfaced with hip hop masterworks. On the mic, Goldberg creates percussive bliss through lyrics brimming with five-thousand-year-old tradition mixed with coping strategies against modern day demands.

More than a musician, teacher, and devout Jew, Goldberg holds a Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling and works with teens from Chicago’s most dangerous neighborhoods. Such a unique blend of ability is an especially rare find in an over-saturated musical arena. As audiences awaits his newest release “DiViDED,” Goldberg hopes that he will make an impact on not only the hip-hop game at large, but on each and every one of his followers, personally.

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The Carlebach Shul strives to provide a beautiful experience for everyone participating in our Shabbat or Yom Tov dinners. A typical dinner commences approximately 2 hours after Mincha begins. These dinners provide a unique opportunity for both members and visitors to celebrate Shabbat together in a lively and inviting setting. Attendees can expect delicious food, lots of singing, and inspiring words of Torah from the world-renowned scholars-in-residence who join us for these dinners.

The Schedule

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Service
6:30 pm - 6:35 pm Service ends
6:35 pm - 8:35 pm Shabbat Dinner
8:35 pm - 8:50 pm Coffee & Dessert
8:50 pm - 8:50 pm Dinner Ends