What is TIMPO?
TIMPO stands for Temple Israel Music & Programming Outreach. It is the newest music initiative to bring music to our congregation through classes, ensembles, and other creative opportunities.
Our philosophy is music belongs to everyone.
We will send you updates about future classes and you will receive early bird access to registration.
TI Memphis Jewish Choir
Are you ready to ignite your passion for music and be part of a creative community? TIMPO is proud to present the TI Memphis Jewish Choir! The choir is a vocal ensemble for those that want to sing in community with others, develop their singing ability, and experience the diverse and beautiful world of Jewish music. Led by David Schnell, a Memphis-based vocalist and teacher, the TI Memphis Jewish Choir will be a part of various Friday Night Services and musical events that happen at Temple and in the community. The choir is open to anyone 18+ and all skill levels. They will rehearse weekly on Thursdays from 7 – 8 pm starting in August. Babysitting will be provided for ages 4 and up. We hope to see you singing with us!
Bring your voice or your instrument and jam with other members of the TI community interested in music. No prior experience is necessary! A google drive with lead sheets and lyrics will be sent out the week of the event to those who RSVP. If you are interested in joining the next TIMPO Jam session, fill out the form below.
Classes are currently in session.
Beginner Guitar | Sundays from 12:15-1:15 PM | Grades 4-7
Taught by Stan Harris, this beginner class is geared towards kids who want to learn guitar for the first time or are self-taught and want to learn more formally in a class setting.
By the end of the class, participants will know the parts of the guitar, how to hold the guitar, how to play basic chords and notes, basic strumming patterns, transitions, as well as how to play with a pick.
Making Music 101 | Sundays from 11 AM-12 PM | Ages 16 and up!
Taught by Emily Groff Heilborn and Nick Heilborn on Sunday mornings, this class is geared towards providing people an opportunity to learn about how music is made, both in the writing process and production process.
By the end of the course, class participants will understand the basics of rhythm, the musical alphabet, scales, chords, & basic progressions. Participants will also learn about Digital Audio Workstations (DAW) and how to use them to create music. No prior experience is necessary to join the class!
Questions? Email Emily Groff Heilborn, Music & Cantorial Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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