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Singing can be an expression of joy, of faith, of feeling. Our Volunteer Choir, Nashei Ha'Kafar, tries to encompass all of those whether singing for a Shabbat Service, a Purim Carnival, or just for the fun of it.
There are no limits to the size of our choir. We realize adults have many activities that may keep them from attending regular practice, so we try to schedule practice when most can attend. Nashei Ha'Kafar as performed with a group as small as 4 and as large as 12. We were honored to sing the Star Spangled Banner for the Texas Rangers and a range from God Bless America to Take me out to the Ball Game for the Fort Worth Cats.
Even though are group is predominantly women, we encourage men to join. The Volunteer Choir welcomes those who can read music and those who can't, as long as you have a little bit of an ear for music and can carry a tune. Knowledge of Hebrew not required although we sing both in Hebrew and in English. All adults are welcome as well as older teenagers.
If you like to sing, this is a great opportunity to show off your skills, learn a lot, and be exposed to some musical venues you may never have heard. Some of our music is beautiful, some worshipful, and some just downright fun to sing. Either way, practice is always fun and there is always an appreciative audience at Beth-El services.
Interested? Contact Monica Braverman at firstname.lastname@example.org.