Choral

HaZamir Event at the Met in NYC

 

HaZamir, the International Jewish High School Choir will have a concert on Sunday, Marcy 26, 2017 at the Metropolian Opera House in New York City, located at Broadway and 64th Street in Manhattan. The event takes place at 4pm and is a Gala Fundraiser for the group.

HaZamir is a network of 35 teen choral chapters across North America and Israel, involving over 400 teen singers in a highly structured music and education program. Through the medium of Jewish choral music, HaZamir, directed by Vivian Lazar, treats teens to a fun and nurturing community, inclusive of all levels of Jewish observance, geography, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. HaZamir builds an inclusive and positively identified community of young Jews and instills a lifelong commitment to Jewish culture, the Jewish people and the State of Israel. …
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Sacred Voices, Sacred Traditions

Fourth Boston Byzantine Music Festival

Saturday, November 12, 7:30 pm

First Church Cambridge,  11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA

 Sacred Voices, Sacred Traditions
CAPPELLA CLAUSURA (Amelia LeClair, Director)
HOLY CROSS ST. ROMANOS THE MELODIST BYZANTINE CHOIR (Grammenos Karanos, Director)
KOL AREV (Lynn Torgove, Artistic Director, Amy Lieberman, Music Director)

Performers present the medieval, post-medieval, and contemporary liturgical and paraliturgical music of Christianity and Judaism, including works by the ninth-century Byzantine nun Kassia, the Renaissance lutenist Sulpitia Cesis, the German composer of Jewish liturgical music Louis Lewandowski, and the contemporary composers Joseph Ness and Arvo Pärt.

 KOL AREV will be joined by soloist Cantor Elías Rosemberg and violinist Yaeko Miranda Elmaleh, klezmer clarinetist Cantor Becky Khitrik, and accordionist Michael Mclaughlin.

Tickets: $25 • Students: $10 with valid ID

Limited box office sales on the day of performances: $30 per concert (check or credit card only).…
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7th WORLD CHOIR FESTIVAL ON MUSICALS

7th WORLD CHOIR FESTIVAL ON MUSICALS

21st- 23rd April, 2017

THESSALONIKI, GREECE

Organization : Choir “KORAIS”

The “KORAIS” Choir has the pleasure to invite you in a Festival of joy that is going to take place on April 21-23, 2017 in Thessaloniki. This city of Northern Greece, well-known for its nice Mediterranean climate, open-hearted people and a long history that left behind a lot of ancient monuments, can promise you an unforgettable stay, full of exciting experiences.

Moreover, the love and support expressed by the numerous Musical Festival followers as well as the warm and friendly welcome of the Organization Committee create a unique atmosphere of enthusiasm that contributes to an unforgettable experience.

Key information about the Festival

The Festival is addressed to all types of choirs and vocal ensembles from all over the world.…
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To Life, To Laugh, L’chaim! Concert by Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus

Sunday, September 25, 2016, 4:30 p.m.
at
Merkin Concert Hall
129 West 67 Street, New York City
To Life, To Laugh, L’chaim!
A Centennial Celebration in Song 
of the Classic Yiddish Writer

Sholem Aleichem 

performed by the
Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus / JPPC
Binyumen Schaechter, Conductor
Seth Weinstein, Pianist
with featured soloists
Cantor Joel Caplan
and
Temma Schaechter (of Di Shekhter-tekhter)
For more information and to order tickets:
To hear a sampling of JPPC YouTube videos:
https://youtube.com/watch?v=kK2qAVmPYjc

Shircago

Good things are happening in the midwest…. A new young a cappella ensemble called Shircago is out there performing and recording. They have a CD called “Striking a Chord”….produced in year 2000, coming out of “the first-ever Jewish a cappella festival based in the Midwest.” A Cappella groups are very popular on college campuses today…. these exuberant young people are combining some fun with Jewish music.
http://shircago.net/

Kol Rinah Chorale’s 2015 Spring Concert

Kol Rinah, Westchester’s Jewish Chorale’s Spring Concert
Date: Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 4 PM
Address: *Yorktown Jewish Center*,2966 Crompond Rd, Yorktown Heights, NY
10598
Admission: GA $22; Students/Seniors $18. Group Rates, Advanced Sale
Discounts
Other Information visit: www.kolrinahchorale.org
or call (914) 243-9059
Music genre: Kol Rinah, led by Benjamin Gruder, offers an eclectic concert of songs from a rich Jewish
heritage, ranging from liturgical to contemporary, in English, Yiddish, Russian and Hebrew.

Kol Rinah performed by invitation within the last year at the North American
Jewish Choral Festival
and at the Westchester Jewish Heritage Festival, as well as at other
venues.
More…

A Besere Velt Workshop in Boston

Do you and your child love to sing? Find out what it would be like to sing in
A Besere Velt,
the Boston Workmen’s Circle Yiddish Community Chorus
Special Workshop for Families
Sunday March 22
at the BWC building, 1762 Beacon St.
The workshop will be from 1-2 pm
Pizza lunch provided at 12:30; workshop begins at 1pm
Our new Chorus Director, Steve Lipsitt,
will give families a taste of the chorus experience,
learning to sing a few songs in harmony.
Parents, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles or family friends
can come with children ages 9 and up
Knowledge of reading music or Yiddish not necessary
-just a love of singing.

A Besere Velt – A Better World – is a 70-member multi-generational community chorus that weaves the irrepressible idealism of Yiddish folk music into a
vision of justice and humanity for the 21st century.…
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HaZamir at Avery Fisher Hall in LIncoln Center

HaZamir at AVERY FISHER HALL
SUNDAY MARCH 22, 2015
HaZamir: The International Jewish High School Choir makes its debut at Avery
Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 4pm.
10 Lincoln Center Plaza, Columbus at 65th Street, NYC
Train #1 or #2 to West 66 Street
350 singers from cities across America and Israel. Maestro Matthew Lazar is
founder and director. HaZamir draws together a network of 21 American
chapters, 5 Israeli chapters and 60 alumni. Each chapter trains its singers
throughout the year in a sophisticated repertoire of classical and
contemporary Jewish choral music.

PROGRAM FEATURES
Music from 3 continents (US, Europe and Asia) spanning 3 centuries and 3
languages, English, Hebrew and Yiddish. The program displays the high
caliber and variety of Jewish music available in the 21st century and also
demonstrates the commitment and discipline of the singers, who master a
demanding repertoire and learn about their heritage in the process.…
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North American Jewish Choral Festival 2015

The 26th annual North American Jewish Choral Festival has something for everyone: amateur singers, professional soloists, cantors, conductors and lovers of Jewish music of all ages. Whether you’re a novice or a pro, you’ll leave revived and renewed with new skills, new music and new friends to cherish. Be there at the start of our second quarter-century!

The Zamir Choral Foundation is proud to announce that registration for this year’s Festival is now open.
http://www.wizevents.com/register/landing.php?id=3192
Join NAJCF in the Catskills this Summer, July 12 – 16, 2015 for a fun and inspirational week of the very best of Jewish Choral Music.

Zamir Chorale of Boston Auditions

The Zamir Chorale of Boston, “America’s foremost Jewish choral ensemble,”
(American Record Guide) will hold auditions for all voice parts on Sunday, September
21, from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.at Hebrew College, 160 Herrick Road, Newton Centre. Auditions
are by appointment only and must be scheduled in advance by emailing manager@zamir.org

Candidates must have excellent vocal quality, the ability to sight-read music, and
previous choral experience. In addition to the audition, candidates are required
to attend open rehearsals at Hebrew College on Tuesday, September 9 and 16,
from 7:15 to 10:00 p.m. Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays at Hebrew College, from
7:15 to 10:00 p.m., from September through early June.
For more information about Zamir and audition requirements, visit www.zamir.org

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Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus Auditions

You are invited to
Audition
in
New York City
for the acclaimed

Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus
with Binyumen Schaechter, conductor
Auditions for the 2014/2015 season for the
Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus / JPPC
will be held on the evenings of
Tue., Sep. 2
Wed., Sep. 3
Thu., Sep. 4
from
6:00 to 8:00 PM
at
The Workmen’s Circle / Arbeter-ring
247 West 37th Street, 5th floor
(between 7th & 8th Avenues)
New York City.
Auditions by appointment only. Email:
information@thejppc.org
If unavailable at the times listed above,
please contact us to schedule another time.

Feel free to forward this email
to anyone whom you believe would be interested
in auditioning.

The JPPC is an intergenerational 4-part Chorus (SATB).
They perform only in Yiddish.
Knowledge of Yiddish is *not* required to sing in the Chorus.…
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Prayers for Fellow Prisoners with Ullern Kammerkor

Norway’s Ullern Kammerkor at the Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street, NYC
Thursday, May 29th at 7 PM
Prayers for Fellow Prisoners
by Kristian Hernes on a text by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Norway’s Ullern Kammerkor
Gjermund Brenne, Conductor
A program of music by composers active in the Terezin Concentration Camp and who perished during the Holocaust. In addition, the concert will have two pieces by Kurt Weill.

Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale Concert

Sunday, June 1, 2014
7 pm in Merkin Concert Hall

Led by conductor Ben Gruder, this ensemble will present an evening of
Jewish choral music from the spiritual to the whimsical. Works include
pieces by Yehezkel Braun, Leonard Cohen, Moshe Wilenskyand Eric Whitacre.

Tickets: $24 preferred/$21 general admission/$17 student/seniors
Tickets available by phone or at box office only.
Students must show ID

Merkin Concert Hall
129 West 67th Street
New York, NY 10023
Tel. 212-501-3330

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From Babylon to Broadway

Sunday, June 8, 2014
Concert begins at 2:00 PM
Yorktown Jewish Center
2966 Crompond Rd, Yorktown Heights, NY

For an enjoyable adventure into the world of multi-cultural songs, hear
Kol Rinah Chorale’s eclectic offering of music inspired by Sephardi,
Ashkenazi and Biblical traditions, ranging from ancient to contemporary
melodies/liturgical to secular themes, including Broadway, Renaissance,
Israeli and Spiritual genres.

Conducted by Ben Gruder and accompanied on piano by Connie Prener. Free kosher refreshments. Sunday, June 8,
2014 Concert begins at 2:00 PM at the Yorktown Jewish Center, 2966
Crompond Rd, Yorktown Heights, NY. Tix at the door: GA $22; Students/Seniors,
$18. Group Rates, Advanced Sale Discounts and other Information at:
www.kolrinahchorale.org or call 914-243-9059.

Newton Choral Society Presents Bloch’s Sacred Service

The Newton Choral Society will present Bloch’s Avodath HaKodesh-Sacred Service on Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 3pm in The Second Church in Newton, 60 Highland Street, West Newton, MA. The performance will feature Rick Lawrence, Baritone and Frederick MacArthur, Organ. The concert will also feature music by Max Janowski and Lewis Lewandowski. It looks like it will be a spectacular night for Jewish Choral music in Newton. The Newton Choral Society is under the direction of David Carrier.

75th Anniversary of Kristallnacht Commemorated with the Glorious Music of Salomon Sulzer and Louis Lewandowski

Congregation Rodeph Sholom’s Senior Cantor, Rebecca Garfein, Associate Cantor, Shayna De Lowe and Cantorial Intern, Ben Ellerin will commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Kristallnacht-“the Night of Broken Glass”, with the rarely performed and glorious music of renowned Viennese Cantor, Salomon Sulzer and Berlin composer, Louis Lewandowski at 6p.m., Friday, November 8, 2013 during Shabbat services. Also featured will be the newly commissioned song-cycle, “Perhaps a Butterfly,” composed by Eliot Bailen in memory of Cantor Garfein’s great-grandmother, Settchen Feist who after being sent to Theresienstadt, subsequently perished in Auschwitz. The song-cycle utilizes four poems written by children of Theresienstadt.

Rodeph Sholom’s Organist, J. David Williams and an augmented professional choir, will accompany the cantors. Kristallnacht occurred exactly 75 years ago on the night of November 9, 1938 and marked the beginning of the Holocaust.…
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San Diego Jewish Men’s Choir

San Diego has an all male choir…. except… for their director, Ruth Weber. Now, after more than ten years singing together, the choir is about to release a new CD called “Heritage”. The choir focuses mainly on “majestic liturgical pieces” but they branch out into all sorts of repertoire from various genres of Jewish music. To find out more about this group, and to see video clips of their performances, some of which they perform with an orchestra, visit:
http://sandiegojewishmenschoir.com/

Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale

Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale presents
Music calm & boisterous plus a taste of Jewish a capella
On Sunday, June 2, at 7:00 pm, Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale will present
its annual concert at Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, New York. The
eclectic program features works by David Berger, Charles Davidson, Flory
Jagoda and Bonia Shur

Tickets are $24 (preferred seating), $21 (general admission) and $17
(seniors/students).
For further information, contact Merkin Concert Hall (212-501-3330) and on
the web at www.kaufmanmusiccenter.org/MCH.

Kol Rinah Spring Concert

Kol Rinah, Westchester’s Jewish Chorale’s Spring Concert
Date: Sunday, April 28, 2013 at 3 PM
Address: Solomon Schechter School, 30 Dellwood Road, White Plains, NY 10605
Admission: GA $18; Students/Seniors $12. ($2 Discount for Advance Sales)
For more info, see: www.kolrinahchorale.org
or call (914) 243-9059
Music genre: an eclectic offering of songs from our rich Jewish
heritage, ranging from liturgical to contemporary, in English, Yiddish, Russian and Hebrew

Zamir Chorale CDs

Through December 31 on-line only
ALL Zamir Chorale of Boston recordings on sale
Compact Discs: regularly $10, now $7.50
Zamir DVD: regularly $10, now $7.50
Ten-CD gift set: regularly $80 now $60
Choose from the outstanding collection of performances by
“America’s foremost Jewish choral ensemble,”
(American Record Guide)
including:
Our new recording: From Boston to Berlin
plus:
Middle East Harmonies
JaZZamir
Lights: Music for Chanukah
Psalmsensation
Zamir: Greatest Hits
Seasons of Our Joy
The Songs Live On
Soul of the Sabbath
The Monster and the Nightingale
Jewish Composers in America
Click HERE http://zamir.org/shop/to go directly to our website,
which features audio samples and video clips!
Bring the beauty of Jewish choral music into your home for
Chanukah and all occasions!
Regular shipping charges apply.

Zamir recordings are also available for digital download.…
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Chanukah in Song by Kol Rinah

Celebrating Chanukah in Song by Kol Rinah, Westchester’s Jewish Chorale,
in Pleasantville,NY

On Sunday December 16th at 3:00 pm, be part of a lively celebration of
Chanukah with Kol Rinah at the Rosenthal JCC of Northern Westchester,
located at 600 Bear Ridge Road, Pleasantville, New York;
http://www.rosenthaljcc.org/.

Refreshments will be served. GA $22;
Students/Seniors/JCC Members, $17. ($2 Discount for Advance Sales). For
Tickets, Group Rates and other Information visit:
www.kolrinahchorale.org or call (914) 243-9059

Auditions for JPPC

Auditions are coming up for the new season of The Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus, the Yiddish chorus
in New York City, conducted by Binyumen Schaechter. No knowledge of Yiddish required.

Auditions for the 2012/2013 season for the
Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus / JPPC will be held on the evenings of September 4, 5 and 6, 2012,
from 6:00 to 8:30 PM at The Marseilles, 230 West 103 St, New York City.
Auditions by appointment only.
Email Lisa at information@thejppc.org

If unavailable on any of the 3 eves listed above,
please contact Lisa to schedule another time.

The JPPC performs only in Yiddish. Knowledge of Yiddish is *not* required to sing in the Chorus.
Lyrics are in English transliteration. Word-for-word translations are provided. Ability to read musical notes or sight-sing is beneficial.…
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Shirei HaOlam by Kol Rinah, Westchester’s Jewish Community Chorus in Mamaroneck

Kol Rinah, Westchester s Jewish Community Chorus in Mamaroneck

On Sunday June 10th at 7:00 pm, hear Shirei, HaOlam: Songs of the World ,
a lively selection of choral music, sung by Kol Rinah, with Cantor Alan Sokoloff and
Rabbi Seth Sternstein at the Westchester Jewish Center, 175 Rockland Avenue
Mamaroneck. The program includes melodies from the older Spanish-Mediterranean,
Italian and Balkan cultures to the newer Ugandan and Israeli cultures, as well as
songs by Aaron Copeland, Frank Loesser, Leon Sher, George Gershwin, Charles Osborne,
David Burger, Leonard Cohen, Benjie Schiller. GA $22; Students/Seniors/WJC Members,
$17. Ticket info and Discounts: Wendy Segal at (914) 243-9059 or
WWW.KOLRINAHCHORUS.ORG

Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale in NYC

On Sunday June 3rd at 7:00 pm, Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale will perform
and exciting and eclectic concert. Featured works include a David Burger setting of
Hatikvah, and Elliot Levine setting of an e.e. cummings poem, and a Yair Rosenblum setting of ‘Unetane Tokef’ in a contemporary style. The program also includes pieces
by Franz Schubert, W. A. Mozart, Salamone Rossi, Max Janowski and Matthew Lazar.

Where: Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, New York, NY 10023
Box office: 212-501-3330
kaufman-center.org/mch/buy-tickets

When: Sunday, June 3, 7:00 pm

Tickets: $24 premium
$21 general admission
$17 seniors and students*
*Tickets available only at box office or by phone. Students must
show ID.

Top 10 Jewish Composers Concert in Brookline, MA

May 17 2012: Top 10 Jewish Composers Concert
Thursday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Ohabei Shalom, 1187 Beacon St., Brookline, MA.

What is Jewish music? What constitutes a Jewish composer? The answers will be revealed at the Top 10 Jewish Composers concert on Featuring the Zamir Chorale of Boston, Kol Arev and Cantor Randall Schloss. Admission to this event is $20 general admission and $10 for senior citizens; students, faculty and staff of Hebrew College. Order tickets https://secure.hebrewcollege.edu/HebrewCollege/concerttix.htm.

A Cappella Choral Blast

The JPPC /
Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus with
Conductor Binyumen Schaechter
perform in New York City!
Concert: 6th Street Sundays presents “A Cappella Choral Blast”
When: Sunday, April 29, 2012, 3:00 PM
Where: Sixth Street Community Synagogue,
325 E. Sixth St. (betw. 1st & 2nd Ave.), New York City, 10003
Who: The Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus / JPPC
with Conductor Binyumen Schaechter, and two other choruses: Cantigas Women’s Choir, and the NYU Madrigal Singers.

Each chorus has a 30-minute a cappella set.
The JPPC is the 2nd chorus to perform, ending the first half.
Soloist: Temma Schaechter of Di Shekhter-tekhter
Tickets: $15, which includes a free beverage; $10 kids aged 5-12.
Cash only, at the door. There will be an intermission.
https://www.facebook.com/events/298373666842236/

Debbie Friedman’s Shalom Aleichem

In her last year, Debbie Friedman composed a new melody to the Shabbat hymn “Shalom Aleichem”.
Here the high school choir, HaZamir, performs the piece in 2011,arranged by M. B. Edelman, Conducted by Cantor Leon Sher – HaZamir Bergen County, Cantor Sanford Cohn – HaZamir Hartford on Guitar, Scott Stein on piano

From Boston to Berlin

The Zamir Chorale of Boston invites you to
From Boston to Berlin
A cabaret-style evening featuring
the Zamir Chamber Chorus
which will perform highlights of Zamir Chorale of Boston’s upcoming concerts in
the first Louis Lewandowski Festival in Berlin, Germany

Thursday, November 10, 2011
The Goethe-Institut*, 170 Beacon Street, Boston
(between Berkeley and Clarendon Streets)
********
Joshua Jacobson, Artistic Director
Remarks by
Friedrich Löhr, German Consul General in Boston
Ralph Selig, International Authority on German-Jewish
Chazzanut (liturgical music)
Light kosher refreshments will be served.
The Zamir Chorale of Boston is headed to Berlin, Germany, December 15-18, to represent
the United States at the Louis Lewandowski Festival. Zamir will join six other choirs
from around the world in paying tribute to the German Jewish composer who became
world renowned because of his beautiful choral settings of the synagogue liturgy.…
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Love, Loss, Laughter – Favorite Yiddish Folk Songs

The Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus / JPPC
with Conductor Binyumen Schaechter
Sunday, October 23, 2011, 4:00 PM
Bet Am Shalom Synagogue, White Plains, NY 10606
What: Afn pripetshik, Der Rebe Elimeylekh, Tum balalayke, Bulbes and a great bouquet of less-known Yiddish folksongs.
Also: Works by Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman,
Avrom Sutzkever, Josh Waletzky.
ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS AND
BACKGROUND INFORMATION PROVIDED.
Tickets: Book online at BetAmShalom.org

or call the Synagogue at 914-946-8851

Click here for the additional specifics about the concert:
http://thejppc.org/id3.html

Click here for more info about the JPPC:
http://thejppc.org/

ZAMIR CHORALE OF BOSTON TO HOLD AUDITIONS

The Zamir Chorale of Boston, “America’s foremost Jewish choral ensemble,” will hold auditions for all voice parts on Sunday, September 25, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Hebrew College, 160 Herrick Road, Newton Centre. Auditions are by appointment only and must be scheduled in advance by emailing manager@zamir.org

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Candidates must have excellent vocal quality, the ability to sight-read music, and previous choral experience. In addition to the audition, candidates are required to attend open rehearsals at Hebrew College on Tuesday, September 13 and 20, from 7:15 to 10:00 p.m. Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays at Hebrew College, from 7:15 to 10:00 p.m., from September through early June.
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For more information about Zamir and audition requirements, visit www.zamir.org.

Zamir Chorale of Boston Auditions for 2011-12

Zamir Auditions for 2011-12

If you are an experienced singer with a strong choral background, consider joining
the Zamir Chorale of Boston!
All voice parts welcome. Auditions for the 2011-12
season will be held on
Sunday, September 25, 2011
7:00 – 10:00 pm, at
Hebrew College,
160 Herrick Road
Newton Centre.
Prospective members will attend Open Rehearsals on Tuesday, September 13 and 20.
Rehearsals during the year are on Tuesdays from
7:15 to 10:00 pm.
Additional details will be posted on the Zamir website in July.
To schedule an audition, contact manager@zamir.org.

Ashbourne Music Publishing

Ashbourne Music Publishing is a liturgical and secular publishing house specializing in Jewish music –“contemporary music anchored in Jewish tradition” –as their slogan indicates. The publishing house features the music of several outstanding composers including Charles Davidson, Temple Painter and Max Wohlberg. The website offers access to information about the composers, and the music via CDs, DVDs, scores and books and articles. Featured are music for chorus, wedding music, solo voice and musical dramas. Also published are several important volumes of cantorial music, which have been endorsed by some of the most famous cantorial authorities in America.

World Premiere oratorio, A Melancholy Beauty!

Varna International Presents The 2nd Songs of Life Festival
June 23 at 7:30pm
Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre

ONLINE: (http://www.citicenter.org/songs)
BY PHONE: 866-348-9738
IN PERSON AT OUR BOX OFFICE: (http://www.citicenter.org/contact)

Songs of Life is pleased to announce the addition of the Boston Modern Orchestra
Project to the featured performance of the World Premiere oratorio, A Melancholy
Beauty!

A Melancholy Beauty is a major choral-orchestral oratorio that brings 300 superb
choristers and instrumentalists to the stage in an unparalleled music celebration
which combines classical choral-orchestral music with traditional rhythms and folk
styles that are rarely encountered today. This song of life will unravel the true
story of the Rescue of all Bulgaria’s Jews during WWII. This coming together of
musicians, from the US, Israel, and Bulgaria, the very countries that were impacted
by these crucial events, will redefine freedom and harmony through the power of
music.…
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TORONTO JEWISH FOLK CHOIR’S 85TH ANNUAL SPRING CONCERT

SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2011 AT POSLUNS AUDITORIUM
The Toronto Jewish Folk Choir celebrates its 85th annual
Spring concert by commemorating the original immigrant workers who founded
the choir. Its performance – under conductor Alexander Veprinsky – features
special guests Beyond The Pale (2010 Canadian Folk Music Awards’
Instrumental Group of the Year).

The concert takes place at the Posluns
Auditorium at Baycrest, 3560 Bathurst Street, north entrance, 2nd floor
(wheelchair accessible), Sunday, May 15, 2011, 3 p.m.

Tickets are $25; seniors and students, $20; children 12 and under free.
Information and ticket reservations may be obtained by calling 416-789-5502
or e-mailing tjfolkchoir@sympatico.ca Info will also be available at
www.winchevskycentre.org/institutions/choir.html and at the Toronto Jewish
Folk Choir on Facebook.

The Choir’s major work, In Amerike, vividly captures the immigrant
experience in an evocative suite by Winnipeg composer Sid Robinovitch.…
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Join Zemel Choir for Sephardi Choral Workshops and Concert

Spread over two Sundays, 12 June and 26 June culminating in a final public
concert on 26 June, the Zemel Choir invites you to take part in the annual event
called “Celebrate with Song”. This year the music will be Sephardi, from France,
Italy Spain and the Middle East. There will be professional vocal coaches to teach
singing techniques and a brief lecture on the history of Sephardi music will be
given. The event is open to everyone who ever fancied singing, or who already does
sing, whether in a choir or in the bath. For more information and an application
form please contact cws@zemelchoir.org

The Zemel Choir is the UK’s leading mixed voice Jewish choir. For more information about the workshops, visit:
http://www.zemelchoir.org/
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HaZamir 18th Anniversary Concert in NYC

Time Sunday, March 27 · 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Location Frederick P. Rose Hall: Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center
865 Broadway # 400
New York, NY 10023-7503
(212) 875-5018

Are you a HaZamirnik who can’t wait to grace the Lincoln Center stage? Are you a HaZamir Alum interested in reuniting with friends and singing a set with other Alumni? Are you someone who just can’t get enough of HaZamir: The International Jewish High School Choir?

Join us on this momentous occasion as we celebrate HaZamir’s 18th Anniversary in concert.

Elie Wiesel in Concert Melodies and Stories from Long Ago

Elie Wiesel is best known as the one who will not let the world forget…..
But for those of us who live in the world of Jewish music, we know Elie Wiesel
has another voice….the voice of a singer…a lover of Jewish music….a choral
conductor and, most of all, a friend and the honorary president of the Zamir Choral
Foundation.

Those who were at the 2009 North American Jewish Choral Festival will never
forget the moment that Professor Wiesel took the stage, his voice clear, strong,
and poignant as he sang the songs of his youth.

Now you have the opportunity to recapture that moment when you join
Elie Wiesel and The Matthew Lazar Singers and orchestra, live in concert, at
New York’s 92nd Street Y
on Saturday, December 18th for:
Elie Wiesel in Concert: Melodies and Stories from Long Ago
A rare opportunity to see the Nobel Prize-winner, scholar, teacher and
peace advocate in concert!…
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A TRIBUTE TO LEONARD BERNSTEIN

Hanukkah Happens 21
The Brotherhood of Temple Emanuel, Newton, MA is proud to present
A TRIBUTE TO LEONARD BERNSTEIN (A Musical Tribute marking 20 years since
his passing)
Hazzan Elias Rosemberg
with the Zamir Chorale of Boston
Dr. Joshua Jacobson, Conductor
Thursday , December 23, 2010 at 7:30 PM
Temple Emanuel, 385 Ward St., Newton, MA.
Concert admission (open seating): Adults $25; Children under 13 $15
Proceeds to benefit American Friends of Magen David Adom.
For information and tickets visit www,templeemanuel.com /hh-xxi
HHConcert@gmail.com;
or call: 617-558-8100

Chanukah and More with Musica Ebraica

Musica Ebraica Choir
Sunday, November 28 · 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Location Glebe Community Centre
175 Lyon Street
Ottawa, ON

Join Musica Ebraica as it presents ‘Chanukah and More.’ Take a musical journey to the Balkans, Italy, India, Spain and North America. The concert will feature the choir’s unique style: an eclectic mix of old and new; Ashkenazi and Sephardi; Hebrew, Yiddish, French and Ladino as well as excerpts from Handel’s Judas Maccabeus.

Tickets are $18 for adults and $10 for students.
Please call Patsy Royer at 613-233-3099 or email wershof@magma.ca or joelyan@rogers.com

Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus in International Choral Festival

Yiddish Chorus in International Choral Festival!
The Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus
with Binyumen Schaechter, Conductor,
are performing next week at
The 5th New York International Choral Festival 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010, 7:30 PM
at Riverside Church
490 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10027
Tickets: $20
For tickets: Tickets@NYIntChoralFest.com
Tickets will be available at the door.
Seating is General Admission.
This concert includes 4 choruses,
each performing for 15 minutes or so,
plus an Orchestra,
culminating in a number sung by all choruses together.
The Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus
is the only Jewish – or Yiddish – chorus on the bill.
ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS PROVIDED

SAVE THE DATE!
Sunday, June 5, 2011, 4:30 PM
at Symphony Space (2537 Broadway) in New York City,
the JPPC, with Conductor Binyumen Schaechter –
and with guest appearance by Di Shekhter-tekhter –
will be giving their annual gala concert.…
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Kol Rinah Open House for Interested Singers

Kol Rinah – Westchester’s Jewish Community Chorus’ Open House for Interested Singers

Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Location: Rosenthal J.C.C.
600 Bear Ridge Road,
Pleasantville, New York 10570
Time: 7:15-9:15 PM

Do you enjoy singing in 4-part harmony? Would you like
to have the joy of performing contemporary and traditional Jewish
music for the public to hear? If yes, then KOL RINAH, Westchester’s
Jewish Community Chorus, invites you to come to its open house as it
begins its tenth season on Wednesday, September 15, 2010 from 7:15 –
9:15 PM at the Rosenthal JCC of Northern Westchester, 600 Bear Ridge
Road, Pleasantville NY. The open house is free and kosher
refreshments will be served. Rehearsals are held on Wednesday
evenings at the Rosenthal JCC. All voice parts are welcome and are
auditioned by our director.…
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Fargenign, a Russian Yiddish Choir in Revere MA

A Yiddish event is happening this Sunday (Aug. 8th). Fargenign, a Russian Yiddish choir from Lynn, will be performing over brunch at Temple B’Nai Israel in Revere. The event is this coming Sunday, August 8th, at 10 AM.

If you would like to come please RSVP as soon as possible by e-mail (reservation@tbirevere.org) or by phone (781-284-8388). $10 adults/$4 children. The congregation is located at 1 Wave Avenue, Revere, MA 02151 (Corner of Atlantic & Wave), in walking distance of the Beachmont stop on the Blue line and a few minutes away from Revere Beach.

Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale

The Lucy Moses School at Kaufman Center presents:
Nashir! The Rottenberg Chorale
Benjamin Gruder, Conductor
Sunday, June 13, at 8:00 pm
Merkin Concert Hall
http://kaufman-center.org/
129 West 67th Street, New York
212-501-3330

With a repertoire spanning continents and centuries, featured composers
include: Giuseppe Verdi, Salomone Rossi, Yehezkel Braun, Zavel Zilberts and
David Broza

Tickets: $24 preferred seating, $21 general admission, $17 students/seniors
Merkin Hall www.merkinconcerthall.org

A Jewish Music Medley

A Jewish Music Medley
Hebrew College School of Jewish Music
Sunday, March 21
Wellesley College
Houghton Memorial Chapel
106 Central Street
Wellesley, Mass.

Cosponsored by the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life
at Wellesley College
2:30& 4:45 p.m.
Your Turn to Learn– Hands-on Workshops

Join faculty from the School of Jewish Music for an afternoon of free workshops,
including Unlocking the Cantillation Code with Joshua Jacobson, a Sing-along with
Cantor Jeff Klepper, A Cappella from Alef to Tav with Honorable Menschen, and
Pedagogy of B’nai Mitzvah for Special Needs Students with Dr. Scott Sokol and
Cantor Louise Treitman.

Free admission. Registration required.
Register now

For a taste of the Cantillation workshop, read Joshua Jacobson’s blog post, What’s
Music Got to Do With It?: Why We Chant Torah ;

7:30 p.m.…
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Twenty Years of Hannukah Happens

The Brotherhood and Music Committee of Temple Emanuel proudly present
Hanukkah Happens – Twenty Years
Thursday, December 24, 2009, 7:30 PM
Temple Emanuel, 385 Ward St., Newton
with the
Zamir Chorale of Boston
Joshua Jacobson, Artistic Director
Cantor Elias Rosemberg, Hazzan
Concert admission (open seating): Adults – $25; Children under 13 – $15
Proceeds to benefit American Friends of Magen David Adom.
For more information and tickets, please visit templeemanuel.com
email HHConcert@gmail.com or call 617-558-8100.

Zamir Chorale at Merkin Hall

If you’ll be in the New York City area on December 24, you will enjoy this evening of Jewish music. Matthew Lazar will conduct the Zamir Chorale in its
Annual Winter Concert
at Merkin Concert Hall (129 W. 67th Street) NYC,
at 7:30 p.m.

Featuring Cantor Jacob Ben-Zion Mendelson as guest soloist, the program will include a wide range of gems from the Jewish choral repertoire, from (post-) Hanukkah favorites to Paul Ben-Haim’s impressive “Roni Akara” to Maurice Goldman’s “Strange Happenings” (aka Avremele Melamed) and Moishe Oysher’s “Chad Gadya.”

Tickets at $36 and $25 are on sale at the box office, 212-501-3330,
or online at www.kaufman-center.org

Kol Rinah Chanukah Concert

Kol Rinah, Westchester’s Jewish Community Chorus
Chanukah Concert conducted by Ben Gruder
Saturday, December 12th at 7:00 p.m.
At the Rosenthal JCC of Northern Westchester, 600 Bear Ridge Road, Pleasantville,
New York.

G.A. $17; Seniors/Students/Groups of 5 or more/JCC Members, $12 a person; $2
Discount for Advance Sales for all tickets.
Ticket information:
Anne Lowy (914)
232-7281 or kolrinahchorus@optonline.net.
See also, www.kolrinahchorus.org

Moscow Male Jewish Choir at Town Hall

Moscow Male Jewish Choir,

Moscow Male Jewish Choir
Wednesday December 9 2009
at Town Hall TOWN HALL

They’ve played the world’s stages from Russian synagogues to Carnegie Hall, winning
critical raves and fans among Jews and non-Jewish audiences alike.

A Broadway debut of the 20-voice Moscow Male
Jewish Choir Wednesday, December 9, 2009 at 8 p.m., in Town Hall, 123 West 43rd
Street, New York, NY, 10036. Tenor Joseph Malovany, celebrated cantor of New York s
Fifth Avenue Synagogue, joins the choir and its distinguished founder, conductor
Alexander Tsaliuk, in a concert that features a mix of liturgical works, Yiddish,
Hebrew and Russian folksongs, classics and international favorites.

Tickets, $40 – $80, are available at Ticketmaster, 212-307-4100 www.ticketmaster.com.
The Town Hall box office (212) 840-2824 (starting November,10)
For more information and group rates call (718)-213-0076 …
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Song is the Pen of the Soul—An Interfaith Interchange

Song is the Pen of the Soul—An Interfaith Interchange
Sunday, November 15
Wilson Chapel
Andover Newton Theological School
3:30–5:45 p.m.
Free and open to the public
Seating is limited – please register now.

Dr. Joshua Jacobson and the Zamir Chorale of Boston
Reverend Burns Stanfield and the Andover Newton Community Choir
Commentary by Rabbi Daniel Lehmann and Priscilla Deck

Please join the Zamir Chorlae and the Andover Newton Community Choir for a rousing performance, discussion and sing-along of inspiring music from Jewish and Christian faith traditions. Rabbi Daniel Lehmann will discuss the Jewish spiritual music tradition, illustrated by the Zamir Chorale of Boston under the direction of Dr. Joshua Jacobson; the program will feature selections of Hassidic music and works by Louis Lewandowski, Shlomo Carlebach and Ernest Bloch.…
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Koleinu, Boston’s Jewish Community Chorus invites you to join

Do you love to sing? Do you want to share in the joy and meaning that
comes from singing Jewish music in a chorus? Koleinu, Boston’s Jewish
Community Chorus, invites you to join us as we begin our 8th season on
Thursday, September 10, 2009.

Koleinu (“ko-lay-noo”)/Our Voice, a non-audition group of 60+ members
who love learning and singing Jewish music together, is directed by our
dynamic and skilled conductor, Carol Marton. Koleinu meets Thursday
nights from 7:30 to 9:45 PM at Hebrew College, 160 Herrick Rd. in Newton
Centre.

Our first three rehearsals are open, so why not give us a try? No
pressure to join; no prior musical or Jewish experience necessary.
Openrehearsals will be held on 9/10, 9/17, and 9/24 in Hebrew
College(kosher snacks and camaraderie provided).…
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ZAMIR CHORALE OF BOSTON TO HOLD AUDITIONS

The Zamir Chorale of Boston, “America’s foremost Jewish choral ensemble,” will hold
auditions for all voice parts on Thursday, September 24 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at
Hebrew College, 160 Herrick Road, Newton Centre. Auditions are by appointment only
and must be scheduled in advance by emailing manager@zamir.org

Candidates must have excellent vocal quality, the ability to sight-read music, and
previous choral experience. In addition to the audition, candidates are required
to attend open rehearsals at Hebrew College on Tuesday, September 8, 15, and 22
from 7:15 to 10:00 p.m. Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays at Hebrew College, from
7:15 to 10:00 p.m., from September through early June.

For more information about Zamir and audition requirements, visit www.zamir.org

Auditions for Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus

AUDITIONS for 2009 -2010 season
Auditions for the JEWISH PEOPLE’S PHILHARMONIC CHORUS (New York, NY)
AUDITIONS INFO
will be held on September 1, 2, 8, and 9, 2009
from 6:30 to 8:00 PM
at The Marseilles, 230 West 103 St, New York, NY.
Knowledge of Yiddish is not required to sing in the Chorus.
Auditions are by appointment only and must be scheduled in advance by emailing
Cindy at cindsen@gmail.com
Rehearsals are held on Mondays at the Marseilles
from 6:30 to 8:30 PM,
from September through early June,
except on Jewish and some national holidays.
First rehearsal is on September 14th.

Zamir Chorale of Boston at NAJCF

Zamir will help kick off the
festivities on opening night of the 20th Annual North American Jewish Choral Festival
at the Hudson Valley Resort and Spa in Kerhonkson, NY. Congratulations to Mati Lazar
and the Zamir Choral Foundation on two decades of bringing Jewish choral music to
musicians from all over the United States. For more information, go to www.zamirfdn.org

Koleinu in Boston

Koleinu, Boston s Jewish Community Chorus, was founded in 2002 by Hazzan Scott
Sokol
, of the Jewish Music Institue of Hebrew College, and by Larry Kozinn to
provide a place open to all to learn, sing and perform Jewish choral music. Carol
Marton
, known for her work in Jewish choral music, is the founding Artistic
Director.

Since that time, Koleinu has given concerts for enthusiastic audiences at synagogues
all around Greater Boston, at Hebrew College and annually at Hebrew Senior Life. In
the fall of 2009, Koleinu represented Boston at an historic concert in Providence,
RI, marking the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht a sold-out, multimedia production
that featured 200 adult and youth voices, full orchestra, and narration by Leonard
Nimoy. In the spring of 2008, Koleinu spearheaded Voices Raised Against Violence,
a collaborative concert of Jewish and Gospel music, to benefit an anti-violence and
leadership development program for Boston s youth.…
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Jewish Choral Festival Boston

Jewish Choral Festival
Sunday, May 17,
7:30 pm at Northeastern University’s Fenway Center,
77 St. Stephen Street at the corner of Gainsborough Street.
Hebrew College and Northeastern University jointly present a festive concert,
featuring the four choirs resident at Hebrew College:
The Zamir Chorale of Boston, Koleinu, Kol Rinah and Shir Tsiyon. The combined forces
of more than one hundred singers will present a program of classical and contemporary
Jewish choral music.
COST: $20 ($10 students and seniors)
Click
here to buy tickets.

20th Annual North American Jewish Choral Festival

20th Annual North American Jewish Choral Festival
July 12-16, 2009
Hudson Valley Resort & Spa
Kerhonkson, NY

* Celebrate the joys of Jewish music with hundreds of singers, and the finest conductors and clinicians from across North America (and beyond)

* Enjoy daily “community singing” and participate in an “instant choir”

* Hear outstanding ensembles in nightly evening concerts featuring the best in Jewish choral music

* Attend daily workshops focusing on a wide array of musical topics with outstanding clinicians

* Jewish Hallelujah Chorus Festival Tradition – Singing the “Jewish Hallelujah Chorus” (Lewandowski’s Psalm 150)

NAJCF Brochure

Hundreds of Teens ZING in Gala Concert

Hundreds of Jewish teens from across the United States and Israel will gather in New York
for the 16th Annual HaZamir Gala Concert
March 22, 2009
6:00 PM
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
7 West 83rd Street, New York City

Participating HaZamir Chapters
HaZamir Baltimore, MD; HaZamir Bergen County, NJ; HaZamir Boston, MA;
HaZamir Cleveland, OH ; HaZamir Greater Washington, DC;
HaZamir Houston, TX ; HaZamir Israel ; HaZamir Long Island, NY;
HaZamir Los Angeles, CA; HaZamir Manhattan, NY;
HaZamir Minneapolis/St.Paul, MN ; HaZamir New Brunswick, NJ;
HaZamir North Jersey; HaZamir Philadelphia, PA; HaZamir Pittsburgh, PA;
HaZamir Portland, OR; HaZamir Providence, RI;

$36 Tickets at the door
For more information, please call
(212) 870-3339

20th Annual North American Jewish Choral Festival

The Zamir Choral Foundation is proud to present its
20th Annual North American Jewish Choral Festival
July 12-16, 2009
Hudson Valley Resort & Spa
Kerhonkson, NY

Celebrate the joys of Jewish music with hundreds of singers, and the finest conductors
and clinicians from across North America (and beyond)
Enjoy daily “community singing” and participate in an “instant choir”
Join the Mailing List
Debbie Friedman joins the Zamir Chorale in performance. Nick Page in a ruach session

Give Ear to Thy People: Choral Music from the Jewish Tradition

Osnat NetzerMusica Sacra Presents World Premiere by Israeli Composer
This Saturday, March 21, 2009 at 8:00 PM
Musica Sacra will explore Jewish choral
repertoire that juxtaposes the sacred and secular, the ancient and
contemporary, the traditional and innovative. The concert, entitled
Give Ear to Thy People: Choral Music from the Jewish Tradition, will
feature Paths of Stone and Water, a world premiere written for Musica
Sacra by Osnat Netzer, Israeli composer and pianist. The concert also
includes Aaron Copland’s In the Beginning, which sets the Genesis
creation story, music by Noam Elkies, Yiddish choral music from the
early 20th century, and other selections from the Jewish diaspora.

Give Ear to Thy People: Choral Music from the Jewish Tradition
Saturday, March 21, 2009 at 8:00 PM

LOCATION:
First Church Congregational
11 Garden Street
Cambridge, MA
(Near Harvard Square)
TICKETS:
Reserved: $40
General: $25
Student/Senior: $15…
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Zemel Choir in Celebration with Song

The ‘Celebration with Song’
event will be held on the 31 May and concluding in a concert on the
evening of 14 June 2009 at St John’s Smith Square London SW1.
This is the third year Zemel is participating, and the chorus is planning something a little bit different.
Their concert will be celebrating the output of Jewish music from a single country, the United
States of America. On the first date Zemel will be running a guest workshop
focusing on voice technique and other aspects of choral singing. This year
Zemel’s guest workshop leader will be the BBC’s Suzi Digby an experienced voice coach and conductor and well known to television audiences from her appearances on ‘Last Choir Standing’ and the
BBC’s ‘Choir of the Year’.…
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Hazamir International Jewish High School Choir Gala Concert in NY

Join hundreds of HaZamir teens
from across North America and Israel
for the
16th Annual
HaZamir Gala Concert
March 22, 2009
6:00 PM
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
7 West 83rd Street, New York City
Tickets:
$30- in advance through HaZamir by March 5th
$36 -at the door on the day of the Gala Concert
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Music in Desperate Times: Remembering the Women’s Orchestra of Birkenau

PhotoCredit Ars Choralis AndreaBStern Ars Choralis, a non-profit organization of 48 amateur singers, will perform “Music in Desperate Times: Remembering the Women’s Orchestra of Birkenau”

Saturday, March 28th at 8:00pm

WHERE:
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Ave.
New York, NY 10025
212.316.7490

COST:
$150 (dress circle), $45 (front reserved), $35 (front unreserved), $25 (house) http://tinyurl.com/Tickets-for-Performance or 866.811.4111.

WHAT:
“Music in Desperate Times: Remembering the Women’s Orchestra of Birkenau” is a concert – presented by the Woodstock, N.Y.-based choral ensemble Ars Choralis – that interweaves orchestral music with spoken memoirs to bring back the voices and music of the only World War II women’s orchestra. Though over one million people were murdered in the Birkenau gas chambers, the lives of this small group of female prisoners were spared because they played beautiful music.…
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Zamir Chorale with Newton Choral Society March 8

Come to Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, MA
Sunday, March 8 at 3:00 p.m.
to be inspired by great music performed by two acclaimed choral ensembles.
March will be abloom this year with beautiful music, as Zamir performs its spring concert two months earlier than usual. This year we have partnered with the Newton Choral Society to produce a program of musical masterworks, featuring a combined force of 120 voices.

There are four wonderful works on this concertincluding Chichester Psalms by Leonard Bernstein; choral cycle Mo’adim (Festivals) by Mordecai Seter, and more.
Tickets can be ordered through the Zamir websitewww.zamir.org
or by calling 617-244-6333.

Shirei Teva: Jewish Choirs Celebrate Nature through Music

Sunday, February 22, 2009 2:30 PM
Choral Festival
Shirei Teva: Jewish Choirs Celebrate Nature through Music

With Shir Chadash and Shirei Chesed Choirs conducted by Cantor Natasha J. Hirschhorn; Congregation Beth Simchat Torah Choir with Joyce Rosenzweig and Cantor David Berger; Kolot Halev Choir from Chevy Chase, Maryland conducted by Hazzan Dr. Ramon Tasat; and guest artists

Stirring images of nature infuse Jewish choral music with singular magic. Richly fanciful depictions of the natural world – expressed in psalms, folk songs, and contemporary poetry – inspire this program, which will be presented in Hebrew, Ladino, Yiddish, and English.
$10 adults, $7 students/seniors, $5 members
Edmund J. Safra Hall
Museum of Jewish Heritage
Edmond J. Safra Plaza
36 Battery Place
New York, NY 10280
General Information
1-646-437-4200

Zamir Chorale of New York in Concert at Merkin Hall

Zamir Chorale in Concert
Matthew LazarMatthew Lazar, Conductor

A joyous program of music celebrating the holiday,
including the premiere of a new work by David Burger

Wednesday December 24, 7:30 pm
(the 4th night of Hanukkah)
Merkin Concert Hall
129 West 67th St
New York City
Tickets: $36 & $25
Call Box Office at 212-501-3330
or
Order Tickets Online

Open Sing
Join the chorus
for an
OPEN SING
with
Matthew Lazar
conductor
Special Guest Conductors
Natasha Hirschhorn
and Zalmen Mlotek
with Cantor Faith Steinsnyder
and Beth Robin at the piano
Thursday
December 25
1 – 3 pm
The JCC in Manhattan
334 Amsterdam Ave
(at 76th St)
Music Rental:
$18 / Members $12
For Tickets
Call the JCC
at 646-505-5708