Colorado Hebrew Chorale and Kol Nashim to Hold Open Rehearsals

The Colorado Hebrew Chorale and its women’s choir, Kol Nashim will be holding open rehearsals at the end of August as they kick off their 2019-2020 program year.

The Chorale will rehearse on Monday, August 26, 7:30-9:30 pm at the Hebrew Educational Alliance, 3600 S. Ivanhoe Street in Denver. Qualified singers ages 13+ are invited in all voice parts (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass).

Kol Nashim will hold open rehearsals on Thursdays, Aug. 22, and 29, 6:00-8:00 pm at the same location.  Qualified female singers age 13+ are invited (Soprano and Alto).

No knowledge of Hebrew is necessary!  New members will pay a reduced music fee if they join the Chorale or Kol Nashim (50% savings). Female singers may come to both the Chorale and Kol Nashim rehearsals and may join both choirs.

Information and RSVP:

Colorado Hebrew Chorale: Carol Kozak Ward Music Director, 303-355-0232; info@coloradohebrewchorale.org

Kol Nashim:  Leah Peer Music Director, 904-521-7061; KNinfo@coloradohebrewchorale.org

About Barbara Zimmerman

I sing with the Colorado Hebrew Chorale and its affiliated women's choir, Kol Nashim. We draw on participates from throughout the Denver metro area including from Boulder. I am a member of the Board of Directors of the chorale and write publicity article for special events. Professionally, I am a biomedical research scientists and medical writer and communicator.

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