May 6, 2017, 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
United Hebrew Congregation
13788 Conway Road
St. Louis, MO 63141
Please join us for a gala evening in celebration of
Cantor Murray Hochberg
and his 50 years of service to United Hebrew Congregation
Saturday May 6, 2017
in the Rabbi Howard G. Kaplansky Center and Messing Auditorium
6:30 p.m. Cocktails and Hors D’Oeuvres
7:30 p.m. Dinner and Remarks
$90 per person
Please consider supporting UH by becoming a sponsor or purchasing a tribute or business ad in the Tribute Book honoring Cantor Hochberg.
Virtuoso sponsor: $1,800
8 dinner tickets & a full-page tribute or business ad in the Chai Society Tribute Book
Maestro sponsor: $1200
2 dinner tickets & a full-page tribute or business ad in the Chai Society Tribute Book
Cantata sponsor: $900
2 dinner tickets & a half-page tribute or business ad in the Chai Society Tribute Book
A Capella sponsor: $500
2 dinner tickets & a quarter-page tribute or business ad in the Chai Society Tribute Book
Full-page ad: $300 (7.5” width x 4.75” height)
Half-page ad: $150 (3.5” width x 4.75” height)
Business card size ad: $75 (3.5” width x 2” height)
Name listing: $36 Listed under a special banner congratulating Cantor Murray Hochberg.
Please contact Amy Stone with any questions at 314-469-0700.
In order to guarantee inclusion in the Chai Society Tribute Book, all sponsor commitments, tributes and business ads must be received by Thursday, April 20. RSVPs must be received by Wednesday, April 26.
RSVP and purchase a sponsorship and tribute book ads by clicking here
Cantor Hochberg joined the United Hebrew clergy in August, 1967 as the first cantor to serve in this role in a Reform congregation in St. Louis. In addition to leading and participating in worship services, he served as Music Director for the Congregation, religious school, Hebrew school and the b’nai mitzvah program. In the thirty-two years he served United Hebrew, he educated two generations—representing thousands—of students, established and nurtured the Adult Choir and enriched our services with his rich baritone voice. Cantor Hochberg became emeritus in 1999 and remains an active participant at United Hebrew, with his wife Joyce. He often joins Cantor Eichaker on the Bimah for special worship, Holy Day and festival services.