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Sunday, June 8, 2014
4:00pm

Kolot HaLev's Annual Concert

My Soul Longs for You
Melodies of the Russian Jews

Day Of Learning

The Kolot Halev Choir, with Guest Artists, presents music from the rich Jewish Russian tradition at 

OHR KODESH CONGREGATION

8300 Meadowbrook Lane, Chevy Chase, MD 20815

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    President
      Joan Waldman  
    Artistic Director
      Ramón Tasat
    Vice President
      Eugene Ridberg        
    Secretary
      Nessa Spitzer
           
    Treasurer
      Naomi Balto  
    Board Member
      Steve Hausman

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Latest News

 

New Newsletter Issue!

Our Kolot Halev newsletter, Quarternotes, continues. Just look under the "ABOUT KOLOT" menu or CLICK HERE.

 
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Kolot HaLev - Voices of the Heart - embodies the love of music and the community of people who come together every Thursday evening to learn new music and sing together as one voice. We thrive in seeing the happiness on the faces of our concert audiences, the excitement in the air, and the explosion of applause and bravo’s!

 
 
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Kolot HaLev has performed in various venues, including the North American Jewish Choral Festival, the Jewish Heritage Museum in New York City, Arlington National Cemetery, and elsewhere in the DC area.

 
 
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Our mission is to recover the treasures of Jewish music that have disappeared from our communities and bring them back for everyone to hear and enjoy, as well as to acquaint audiences with newly composed inspiring Jewish choral music.

 
 
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Through our music, we aspire to build bridges between denominations through the experience and spirituality of this profoundly moving choral music.

 
 
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Audiences have been pleasantly surprised that a community choir, without auditions, sings sophisticated and varied music at such a high level.