Kol Nashim was established in fall of that year by music director Leah Peer, and is united with the Colorado Hebrew Chorale in its mission to preserve, promote, and celebrate the Jewish experience through song by performing with and for diverse audiences, and its commitment to multicultural outreach, education, and Jewish communal involvement. Additionally, Kol Nashim’s performs to raise funds and awareness in support of charities which assist women in need.
In May 2014, Kol Nashim performed its first benefit concert, “Woman to Woman”, on behalf of the Jerusalem Shelter for Battered Women. This concert, hosted by Congregation Rodef Shalom, attracted over 60 attendees and raised over $1,400 for the Shelter. That August, the Colorado Hebrew Chorale board voted that the Jerusalem Shelter for Battered Women will be the designated recipient of the funds raised by Kol Nashim’s annual benefit concerts.
In March 2017, Kol Nashim launched “Sing Out for SafeHouse!”, a collaborative choral event with other women’s choirs, benefitting SafeHouse Denver, Inc. Click Here to view the virtual presentation of Sing Out for SafeHouse 2021.
An anonymous donor now matches all funds raised by Kol Nashim on behalf of victims of domestic violence locally and in Israel.
Qualified singers in all voice parts are welcome to
contact Leah Peer for more information.
KNinfo@coloradohebrewchorale.org (904) 521-7061