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Heritage Season Events

Heritage season commencing September 2024 covering a variety of topics:

 

People & Place;

Charity & Philanthropy and Rituals;

Civic life;

Education & Learning;

Trade & Occupations;

Art & Culture.

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Please events already planned below and more events will be added.

 

Register your interest via our events form by clicking here, or scanning this QR code:
 

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September 2024 • People & Place

Sunday 8 September 2024:

Civic event at Princes Road followed by reception at St. George's Hall (see here) with organ recital by Professor Ian Tracey (see here), afternoon tea, and classical concert introduced by maestro Gerard Schwarz (former musical director of Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, see here) with Julian Schwarz (cello) and Marika Bournaki (piano), see here

Monday 16 September 2024 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

 

People

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

Sunday 22 September 2024:


Jazz concert by Jeremy Sassoon (see here) at Princes Road

Monday 23 September 2024 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

 

Migration and place

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

October 2024 • Charity & Philanthropy and Rituals

Monday 7 October 2024 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

 

Charity and philanthropy

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

Monday 28 October 2024 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

 

Rituals - Death and Mourning

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

November 2024 • Civic life

Sunday 10 November 2024 • Day at the Athenaeum (see here) in Liverpool:


Civic life

Remembrance Sunday event at the Athenaeum in Liverpool with Dame Louise Ellman, Rabbi Ariel Abel and Robin Makin

covering civic life including some proprietors of Atheneaum and politicians connected with Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation 

Monday 11 November 2024 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

 

Civil society and politics

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

Monday 25 November 2024 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

Cotton & Clothes

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

December 2024 • Education & Learning

Sunday 8 December 2024 • Day at Princes Road:
 

The choral tradition of Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation.

With Naomi Hoyland and Cantor Edward Marks, followed by talks, recordings and live performances.

Monday 9 December 2024 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

 

Education and learning 

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

January 2025 • Trade and Occupations

Sunday 12 January 2025 • Princes Road:

Klezmer concert by Klezmerish (see here)

Monday 13 January 2025 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

Artisans

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

Monday 27 January 2025 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

Retailers

This session will cover Lewis's

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

February 2025 • Art & Culture

Monday 10 February 2025 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

Art 

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

Monday 24 February 2025 • Afternoon at Princes Road:

Architecture, monuments and sculpture

Illustrated talks on Liverpool social history by Dr Lee R Kendall with aspects of Jewish interest by Robin Makin, followed by discussion.

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