Preview article by Betsy Schwarm Fresh, new music – timeless hopes and dreams – a community gathered together to raise its voice in song: surely, those are some of the […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
Try out this women’s chorus (Soprano/Alto) on two nights, August 23rd and August 30th.
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 […]
The choirs of the Colorado Hebrew Chorale launch our first major fundraising event on Sunday January 28, 2018. Celebration with silent auction, local vendors Holiday foods Concert Special guests: Composer […]
A preview by By Marc Shulgold For Leah Peer, breaking from the Colorado Hebrew Chorale in 2013 to form a subsidiary women’s chorus was hardly an act of defiance. Instead, […]
An eclectic collection of music presenting selections written between 1880 through 1980. Come with us on a journey around the world, as we examine different aspects of love as expressed through Jewish […]
A preview by Kelly Dean Hansen Violinist Vadim Gluzman has performed with many of the world’s leading orchestras. The Ukrainian-born Israeli...
by Anne Di Candido Griffin, reprinted with kind permission from January “Andiamo” magazine Simone Spadino Pippa, a twenty-two-year-old concert...