I guess it makes sense - religious institutions often produce good music (i.e. gospel, gregorian chants etc etc..). In BJs case (yes, the synagogue is referred to by those two VERY amusing initials) being in NYC they attract quality supporting musicians. I have a few CDs of some of the spinoff instrumental stuff. The clergy themselves have strong voices and a hip sense of beat, they could easily be rock stars in another profession.<quoted text>
Ahhh, like the Unitarians!(Singles, not as sure about the music.)
Love the city. Walking the Brooklyn Bridge. 5th Avenue around xmas time. All good. Washingto square. etc
Was in Tampa this summer with my very Catholic uncle (he sponsored my at my confirmation). And of so of coures we went to church.
They had the best music I ever heard in a Catholic church and I tool the music director so.
Real piano (not an organ); electric gutair; flute - great singing. good songs even.
Makes all the differecne. I think I even gave more $$!!
The longer I live in CT the less I go into the city, except for business. Fatigue and cheapness.