Congregation Bonai Shalom invites the community to this special opportunity to hear Julie Geller live in concert on December 12 (2nd night of Chanukah). Click for more info and a sample of Julie's music.

Julie Geller In Concert Dec. 12

Amidst the Darkness, Joy! Intimate Songs to Stir the Soul

Congregation Bonai Shalom invites the community to this special opportunity to hear Julie Geller live in concert on December 12 (2nd night of Chanukah).  Playing a unique combination of original folk and original Jewish music, Julie sings the truth of her experience with unflinching honesty and warmth. Her music has the power to remind us who we are and who we want to become.

“Julie Geller’s songs speak straight from the heart with a direct emotional power seldom heard in contemporary songwriting.” Hankus Netsky, founder and Director of the Klezmer Conservatory Band

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Julie was born and raised in Denver, which she left after high school to study for a year at Midreshet Lindenbaum in Jerusalem. She then went on to receive her B.A. at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. After college, Julie received a Certificate of Contemporary Improvisation at the New England Conservatory of Music and spent a year studying Ethnomusicology at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel. Julie has taught music to all ages, from five years old to adults, served as Music Director of the North Coast Repertory Theater summer camp in San Diego, and founded and led the Kohelet Choir. In addition, she has also taught American Literature to high schoolers, and worked as a public policy researcher. Julie performs locally and nationally, in addition to facilitating workshops around art and spirituality, and coaching artists of all media around creativity. She is currently on the faculty of the Kabbalah Experience in Denver, where she co-teaches a course on art and spirituality.

December 12 at Congregation Bonai Shalom, 1527 Cherryvale Road, Boulder. Light desserts, coffee and tea, BYO Kosher Wine and Liquor.$5 donation suggested. Call Erin to make a reservation at 303-442-6605.

This concert is the finale of Congregation Bonai Shalom’s “Chanukah Shabbaton with Scholar/Artist-in-Residence Julie Geller”. The weekend includes Friday night services, a community Shabbat dinner, Oneg Shabbat, Shabbat morning services and Kiddush Lunch and Learn.

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