December Activities for the Colorado Hebrew Chorale and Kol Nashim

The Colorado Hebrew Chorale and Kol Nashim announce their upcoming programs for Dec. 2022:

Leah Peer

Sunday Dec. 4, 7 PM on Zoom.  The First Sundays: Text and Context series continues with Leah Peer’s analysis of the texts of songs Kol Nashim is singing in 2022-2023. She will present Yesh Prachim (There are Flowers), written in 1971 by Natan Yonatan (1923-2004). Registration and information at

Wed. Dec. 14, 7 PM.  The Colorado Hebrew Chorale will participate in the 6th annual “A Heart for the Holy-Days” program at Park Hill United Methodist Church, 5209 Montview Blvd, Denver 80207 as part of our ecumenical community outreach. Please see for more information.

SAVE THE DATE – Sunday Feb. 5, 2023 – 5:30 pm for the return of RAISINS & ALMONDS – our showcase gala!  This beautiful celebration of Tu B’Shvat will be held at Hebrew Educational Alliance, 3600 S. Ivanhoe Street in Denver and will honor State Representative Dafna Michaelson Jenet.  The evening will offer a wine and hor d’oeuvres reception, a concert featuring both choirs as well as Altitude, the premier high school choir of the Denver Children’s Choir, elegant desserts and Shira B’tzibur (community sing along). For information and tickets, please see

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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