A preview by Betsy Schwarm “Liebe macht das Lied unsterblich!” = “Love makes the song (or melody) immortal!” The exclamation point is on the original inscription, so let’s carry it into the translation, and be grateful that Prussian composer Louis Lewandowski’s family chose those words for his gravestone. Lewandowski (1821 – 1894) spent his career […]
A preview by Betsy Schwarm Most of those who are emotionally invested in the performing arts can remember the day the music died. No, not that 1959 plane crash memorialized in the 1971 Don McLean song. In this case, it was mid-March of 2020, when a global pandemic abruptly led to the cancellation of myriad […]
A preview by Betsy Schwarm On January 27, 1945, in the closing months of World War II, the Russian Red Army reached the gates of Auschwitz, subsequently liberating the camp. With the 75th anniversary of that occasion rapidly approaching, worldwide commemorations of the event are planned, especially as, in 2005, the UN declared January 27 […]
A preview by Betsy Schwarm In tumultuous times, music can be the ideal antidote to anxiety. The beauty of the music itself may serve as a soothing balm. Moreover, reflecting upon how that music came to be written and what its composer was seeking to express likely adds depth of meaning to the listening experience, […]
The Colorado Hebrew Chorale performs two back-to-back Chanukah-themed concerts for the young and the young at heart. With special guests, the Denver Jewish Day School Glee Club. Free and open to the public.
Family-friendly musical program includes candle-lighting for the second night of Chanukah. Free and Open to the Public.
Try out this women’s chorus (Soprano/Alto) on two nights, August 23rd and August 30th.
Try out our mixed (SATB) chorus on August 20th and 27th. See the attached flyer.
YOU are the chorus! The 2018 Romp celebrates the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein, and features area singers and conductors. Singing at 7:30 p.m. will be preceded by a talk at 7:00, “Chichester Psalms and Bernstein’s Jewish Music Legacy.” Fee includes use of music scores and light refreshments. Your RSVP at the website listed below […]
For the fifth consecutive year, Kol Nashim is proud to present Woman to Woman: Concerts Benefitting the Jerusalem Shelter for Battered Women. The Jerusalem Shelter provides a safe haven for women and children from all walks of Israeli life, as well as ongoing social services, and a unique children’s center. The Shelter also operates several halfway apartments intended for […]
A preview by Marc Shulgold The Grand Duke of Tuscany, Ferdinand I de’ Medici, and Christina of Lorraine were married in Florence in May, 1589, and...
A preview by Betsy Schwarm “Liebe macht das Lied unsterblich!” = “Love makes the song (or melody) immortal!” The exclamation point is on the...