My mission is to bring people together through the power of music. – Ramón Tasat
Like Jewish music? Want to get involved? Choose your area of interest. You are invited to participate
Kolot HaLev: Love of Learning and Singing
A Community Choir — Ramón Tasat, Musical Director
olot HaLev (Voices of the Heart) is an independent community choral group focusing on Jewish choral music in the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area, regardless of congregational or religious affiliation. There are no requirements other than a desire to sing and a commitment to a regular rehearsals and performances. Kolot HaLev holds rehearsals on Thursdays.
Shirat Hanefesh: Diverse, Spiritual, Joyful
An independent synagogue community — Ramón Tasat, Cantor
ervices at Shirat HaNefesh bring folks from many backgrounds together to seek a meaningful connection with one another, with their Jewish heritage and people, and with God. Tap the wellsprings of Jewish tradition, ancient and modern, Sephardic and Ashkenazi. We welcome everyone to our synagogue community.
Our weekly Shabbat services (Fridays at 7 pm, except First Friday at 6:30 pm, and Saturdays at 9:30 am) are intimate and filled with uplifting music and spiritual inspiration.
Rehearsing with the Shirat HaNefesh Instrumental Ensemble
Shalshelet: The Foundation for New Jewish Liturgical Music
A Forum for Composers of Jewish Sacred Music — Ramón Tasat, President
he mission of Shalshelet is to enhance spirituality and build community through the creation and dissemination of Jewish sacred music. It has the power to link Jews across all denominations. It can provide fresh insight and depth, enriching the spiritual lives of Jews and non-Jews alike. Dr. Tasat, who serves as president of Shalshelet, can introduce you to the world of Jewish new music. Learn how to contribute your artistic efforts.
A potpourri of views and impressions about Shalshelet.
Sephardic Journeys - Music of the Spanish Jews in the Middle East & Beyond January 23, 2016 | 7:30 pm [...]
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