Song Circle for Every Voice at the Boulder JCC

Do you love to sing?
Does your heart open when singing with others?
Do you miss being in community, joining voices?

For these reasons and more—there’s Joyful Song Circle with Michelle and Susan! Michelle Wolf and Susan Berman are spirit sisters and co-creators of music and ritual. For several years, they’ve been bringing together groups to sing, laugh, and form community through song. They offer an eclectic mix of Jewish, traditional, and contemporary chant and song that weaves together themes from the seasons, the moon, and the range of human experience.

The Boulder JCC is hosting Joyful Song Circle for two upcoming evenings. Learn more and register here.

Tuesday, March 21st
Thursday, April 13th

All levels of music knowledge/comfort are welcome, and no specific knowledge of Hebrew or Judaism is required.

Testimonial from a previous participant:
We all felt welcome, no matter our experience with or skill at singing. Their choices of songs and prayers pulled from a range of emotions and led to a feeling of deep connection within the
group, while we were each encouraged to share our voices. We left feeling inspired!
—Jill in Boulder

About the song leaders:
Michelle is a lifelong vocalist in various genres, with two decades of experience leading services and holidays for Congregation Nevei Kodesh (ongoing). In 2011, Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi (z’’l) conferred upon her the title Ba’alat Tefilah (Master of Prayer). Susan Berman is a singer, flutist, choral director, and active service leader in the Boulder community. She has enjoyed many years of work as a music teacher, studio musician, private flute and vocal teacher, and gig musician with numerous groups. Both musicians have CD recordings to their name: Susan as a solo singer/songwriter, and Michelle with IRIS (women’s a cappella), and Bat Kol (sacred Jewish).

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