Music at Temple Micah

Music at Temple Micah

“The music is the mystery, the music is the magic— the music is everything.”

— Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel

Music elevates our experience during worship services and other gatherings and events, bringing a sense of joy, inspiration, reflection, and meditation. Everyone is welcome to sing or play with us throughout the year, whether we are welcoming Shabbat, celebrating b’nai mitzvah, or capturing the joy of song during special services like Shabbat Shirah.

Current Opportunities

Temple Micah Choir

The choir at Temple Micah provides music during B’nai Mitzvah morning services, Shabbat Shirah, High Holy Days, and select community gatherings throughout the year.  We rehearse approximately twice a month on Tuesday evenings from 7:30 – 9 p.m. Singers of all ages and experience are welcome!

For more information and to join, please contact

Pop-Up Choir

Singers of all ages and experience are invited to join the Pop-Up Choir on select dates throughout the year. Simply arrive at Temple Micah the morning of the service, rehearse early with the choir to learn the music, and sing – no further time commitment required!

To join us and receive more information, please complete this brief expression of interest form.

Singing Circle

Led by Rabbi Slakman, the singing circle is a monthly gathering for members to purely come together and sing. Songs will be simple, repetitive, and often wordless (niggun) with a focus on embracing new melodies and sinking into singing as an energizing, contemplative, spiritual, and community building practice. No experience or ongoing commitment necessary. Come with the desire to explore self, community, and ritual in the context of song. View upcoming dates.

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