Love Music? Laughter? Togetherness? Spirituality? Then the Adult Choir is for you!! Our choir has been in existence for more than twenty years, meeting, laughing, singing (and sometimes eating) every Tuesday night from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. We don't all read music and most of us are not soloists...we are simply a group of people who love to sing, and more specifically, love to sing Jewish music.
If you are one of those people who remembers the fun of singing and you would like to learn some Jewish music while building lasting friendships, please join us! You couldn't have more fun than we do rehearsing prayers and songs with our choir director, Dan Kurek as we prepare for special services, concerts and events.
For more information, contact Joan Neer at 602-971-1234 or email@example.com
Kol Chai, Youth Choir
A talented group of singers in grades 3-6 who regularly add beautiful music and meaning to our services. Kol Chai means "voice of life" and our main goal is to bring fun and music to Jewish life at Temple Chai and around the greater Phoenix area. Throughout the year, they will sing at Kabbalat Shabbat Services, concerts for Chanukah, in senior homes, sporting events, Temple Chai events and much more. they will focus on learning musice, text, expression and fun! The choir community is a great place for kids to make friends and get to know our cantor.
If you are interested or have any questions, contact Cantor Wolman at 602-971-1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although their specialty is Klezmer - the heart and soul of their Jewish roots - the musicians' expertise allows them to perform jazz, country western, baroque, Irish jigs and most any form of musical art. The band's tag line, "Music for All Occasions," sums up the Chai Tones' musical scope and range of events. During the past seven years, the Chai Tones have played for Chabad of Mesa, Temple Beth El, the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix, the Phoenix Holocaust Survivors, the Phoenix Art Museum, church events, and of course, b'nai mitzvah, weddings, and other simchas. More