Shiru L'adonai Shir Chadash
Sing To God A New Song
(Psalms)

Musical expression is a central part of the worship and cultural experience at Kol Ami. Music at our Shabbat services is highly participatory and engaging while allowing space for meditation and reflection. Rip roaring, spirited singing and clapping transitions seamlessly to music, which evokes intensely spiritual and personal moments of deep thought and emotional awareness. This is achieved through a blending of musical styles and instrumentation as well as presenting a combination of new and contemporary settings of our prayers along with more traditional and familiar favorites.

Click on the following for some samples of our service/musical presentations

Rabbi Needleman Installation Service


Community Wide Cantors Concert

Cantor Goldman at the Vatican


What The Dreidel Say


First Friday Jeans Shabbat


First Friday Jeans Shabbat

Please contact Cantor Mark for more information about the following:

Adult Choir: Open to all. No prior knowledge of music or ability to read Hebrew is required. Just bring plenty of enthusiasm and a love of music. Performs at the High Holidays and throughout the year.

Generations Choir: Love to sing, learn new music, and have fun? Whether you're age 9 or 90, join us prior to each and every first Friday service at 5.45 p.m. in the sanctuary for a brief rehearsal. Feel the Shabbat spirit!

Yoga: Join Melanie Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. for your yoga boost. Get to know your fellow yoga enthusiasts over Starbucks following.

Band: Guitar, bass, percussion - whatever your instrument - We Want You! Join us for services and events throughout the year.