September Activities for the Colorado Hebrew Chorale and Kol Nashim

The Colorado Hebrew Chorale presents “Just in Time for Rosh Hashana” on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022, 11 AM at the Golda Meir House Museum, 1146 Ninth Street, on the Auraria Campus in downtown Denver. This family-friendly special holiday program will feature the music of the Colorado Hebrew chorale, unique tours of  “Jewish Auraria” and of course, food.  Participants are encouraged to bring their own shofar!

The program is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the Chorale, the Golda Meir House Museum and SCFD, the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. Reservations are not necessary but please let the Chorale know if you want ta tour of the  Golda Meir House and other nearby Jewish sites on campus and if you’re bring a family and want to do a craft.  Please note that parking is free on Sundays.

RSVP and information:

The Colorado Hebrew Chorale continues to seek qualified singers ages 14 and up in all voice parts. No knowledge of Hebrew is required. The 2022-2023 season will include works by Rossi in commemoration of his 400th birthday and a celebration of Israel at 75. Rehearsals take place on Monday evenings 7:30-9:30 pm at Hebrew Educational Alliance, 3600 S. Ivanhoe St., Denver, CO 80237.

The women’s choir of the Chorale, Kol Nashim, is also seeking new singers in all voices. Open rehearsals will take place on Thurs. Sept. 8 and Sept. 15. Kol Nashim is under the direction of Leah Peer.

Info:,  (Carol) 303-355-0232  or , (Leah) 904-521-7061.


The Colorado Hebrew Chorale and Kol Nashim wish you all Shana Tova U’Metukah!

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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