About our Nigun
Just as Miriam played her tambourine as she danced through the red sea, we too can make music and express joy in times of struggle. This year, as we learn and sing the first-ever LUNAR Nigun, we reflect on the complex nature of our joy, and all the history that it holds. In this Nigun, we find joy in the steady and the syncopated rhythms, in the major and the minor. Joy in the multiplicity of our voices together and joy in all that is still unsaid in between.