Come Sing With Us!
Music moves the spirit. It is central to our services and an integral part of all the joyous and solemn occasions we share. Beth Ami has singing groups for the young and the old, the experienced and the novice. Being part of our choruses helps you learn the music of our services, teaches you new ways to interpret and understand our liturgy, and explore the rich heritage of song that is part of our Jewish Tradition.
Please come and join one of our Choirs below, or if you have an idea for a new group let us know! For more information about any of our Choral Groups, please contact Cantorial Soloist Joshana Erenberg.
Shir Ami, the Temple Beth Ami Choral Group, is a long standing musical institution here at Temple Beth Ami. We began in 1982, and still have many original members singing with us! It is composed of members of the Congregation who bring their love of singing and their voices to enhance our Jewish experience through music. (Hebrew and music reading are helpful, but not required.) Led by Cantorial Soloist Joshana Erenberg, Shir Ami welcomes new singers at any time. All that is required is a pencil and love of music. Join us!
Kol Isha is TBA’s adult women’s choral group. This group grew out of Shir Ami during our 5771 Yom Kippur concert and has been flourishing ever since. Kol Isha focuses on singing beautiful choral arrangements for female voices only.
Chai Ami, the Temple Beth Ami teen Choral Group, is composed of teen female members of the congregation who, with their enthusiasm and voices, bring a fresh contemporary sound to Jewish and secular music. Led by Cantorial Soloist Joshana Erenberg, the group has performed at several venues such as the Teen Choral Festival and has sung with great Jewish performers including Rick Recht. Chai Ami is always encouraged to think and sing outside the box. Some members even compose and arrange music for the group. The group is by audition only.