An Invitation to join Mak’hela’s Virtual Concert Premiere – “Celebrating Jewish Music with Our Pioneer Valley Family and Friends”.  Funded in part, by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.  Date:  January 29, 2022, 6:30 pm  (Free!)

The concert will feature music from Temple Beth El, Sinai Temple, Lander Grinspoon Academy, Congregation B’nai Israel, Temple Israel of Greenfield, Lubavitch Yeshiva Academy, and STEP Suzuki Strings.  Additionally, JCA Klezmer will perform klezmer dance music, and Mak’hela will sing a few songs in Yiddish and Hebrew. The event will be hosted by Anna Sobel’s puppets, and will be fun viewing for the entire family.

Register in advance for this event by using the link below:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event. You will also get a reminder about the premiere the day before.

This concert is funded in part by a grant from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.


Mak’hela, whose name means “chorus” in Hebrew, is a professionally led mixed voice chorus performing music from a variety of Jewish traditions, time periods and languages.   

Mak’hela has reached over 8900 individuals in its 17 years and holds multiple concerts throughout the year, always striving to reach new audiences in order to build interfaith understanding and “sacred bridges” through music. The group is led by Musical Director Elaine Broad Ginsberg.


Watch Mak’hela performing in the WGBY studio:

Reaching new audiences with our voices.

It’s never too late to join us!

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