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Auditions for Sharim V’Sharot: Central New Jersey's Select Jewish Chamber Choir By Appointment

Sharim V'Sharot, Central New Jersey’s 24-voice Jewish choir is seeking new members for the Spring 2012 season, including concerts in Princeton, Lawrenceville and beyond. The largely a cappellachoir has openings for sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses. Auditions will be held from January 15 – February 15 (by appointment only in the Lawrenceville, NJ area.  Sopranos and altos with music reading experience are particularly requested.  We meet Tuesday evenings in convenient Lawrenceville. For more details and to make an appointment for an audition, see our website at www.sharimvsharot.com or contact us at (609) 22-CHOIR or e-mail us at info@SharimVSharot.org. 

Sharim V'Sharot, whose name means “People of Song,” was founded in 2000, is sponsored by Rider University’s Hillel, and is under the direction of Dr. Elayne Robinson Grossman, former director of New York’s Rottenberg Chorale. The vision of Sharim V’Sharot is to perform the music of the Jewish people with the highest possible quality so that our love of Jewish music is conveyed to our audiences. We also aim to educate the public about the Jewish people so that they may experience the passion and value within the rich tapestry of Jewish experience. Sharim V’Sharot has sung throughout the Philadelphia-to-New York metropolitan area, at choral festivals, synagogues, interfaith events, and celebrations. We perform all styles, including Ashkenazic, Sephardic, Israeli, concert, folk, and liturgical music in many languages and historical eras, in four (or more) parts. Singers of all ages come from Mercer, Burlington, Bucks, and Middlesex counties, and the Philadelphia suburbs. The Spring 2012 season will feature “A Jerusalem Celebration: Rejoicing in Song”.