Judaic Mosaic

Overview

Presented by JumpSpark, Judaic Mosaic offers five fast-paced days of songwriting, recording in a professional studio environment, exposure to industry insiders, and field trips to studios and industry landmarks.

Open to musicians in grades rising 9th-recent graduates that identify as Jewish, participants receive training in music theory, Jewish music history, songwriting and engineering while collaboratively writing and recording a song.

Musicians exit the program with a refined sense of their own musical identity, unique personal connection to peers and the Atlanta Jewish community, experience recording in a major studio, and a songwriting credit on a commercially-released album.

Taught by Nick Edelstein ›, executive director and founder of Judaic Mosaic.

Dates

Session 1: June 4-8
Session 2: June 11-15

Choose just one session or do both! Although the itinerary for each week is the same, each session produces an inspired, fresh sound with the personalities and influences of each unique cohort.

Instruments

All instruments and vocal types are welcome! Past sessions have included sitar, violin, viola, trumpet, acoustic and electric guitars and bass, ukulele, rock drums and hand percussion, piano and drawbar organ, sung and rapped vocals.

Location

Various locations throughout Atlanta. See itinerary below for details!

Transportation

Morning and afternoon transportation from the below bus stops in the metro area will be provided. Morning drop off will be approximately between 8:00-9:00 AM and afternoon pickup approximately between 4:00-5:00 PM. Specific meeting times will be shared with participants.

Alpharetta (Session 1): Main Event ›




Marietta/East Cobb (Session 2): Target ›




Dunwoody: Perimeter Pointe Shopping Center ›




Avondale: NESS Records ›



Additional locations added as needed. Contact Laura.gronek@jumpsparkatl.org › with transportation questions.

Additional Information

Contact Laura.gronek@jumpsparkatl.org › with additional questions!

Partner



Judaic Mosaic › brings together Jewish teens of all affiliations to teach them about the rich history and cultural diversity of Jewish music.