New Singing Circle Starts at the Boulder JCC

Singing together in a group setting can boost mental and emotional well-being, increase social connection, reduce stress, and improve cognitive skills. It also promotes self-expression, creativity, and teamwork, while providing an enjoyable form of exercise for the brain and body. Most importantly, singing in a group can bring a sense of community and belonging, and foster cultural awareness!

Michelle Wolf and Susan Berman will create an instant mini-choir experience on Tuesday March 21 at the Boulder JCC.  Rooted in Jewish wisdom, the music will include a range of melodies intended to delight and open hearts, as they will integrate songs from other folk/wisdom traditions, weaving in prayer, poetry, and story. All levels of musicality are welcome and no specific knowledge of Hebrew or Judaism is needed.  Michelle and Susan have teamed up to lead sacred song circle experiences since 2020.

Click here to learn more and to register. Advance registration is always recommended for programs at the Boulder JCC. Using a computer rather than your mobile device will make the registration process easier for you.  To make our programs accessible to all, we are happy to assist anyone with a financial need. For registration or financial support please contact Sophie Glickman at sophie.glickman@boulderjcc.org

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