The Colorado Hebrew Chorale: A Celebration of Life, Heritage, and Music

The Colorado Hebrew Chorale was organized in September 1993 by Music Director Carol Kozak Ward with a mission to preserve, promote and celebrate the Jewish experience through song, by performing with and for diverse audiences.

Since its inception, this highly dedicated volunteer chorus, whose membership draws from all areas within greater Denver, has literally given voice to the riches found in the legacy of Judaism. Throughout the past two decades, performances offered by the Colorado Hebrew Chorale have enhanced the cultural landscape of our community in the program areas of multi-cultural education, interfaith outreach, Jewish community involvement, and artistic collaborations with other organizations.

The Colorado Hebrew Chorale is a fully independent non-profit organization. Support for the Chorale’s activities have come friends and family, from the City and County of Denver (as a recipient of an Arts Stabilization Grant, 2001-2006), from Colorado Creative Industries (1999, 2013, 2014), from JEWISHcolorado (formerly known as Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado), and from SCFD, the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. For further information about the Colorado Hebrew Chorale, visit www.coloradohebrewchorale.org or phone (303)355-0232.