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Ben Cohen, Zamir Chorale's music director and coordinator.
ing to make contact with what we
thought were similar groups
around the country. We finally
were able to contact the Zamir
group in Boston and spoke to
Mr. Katkowsky, who sings pro-
fessionally at Congregation
Shaarey Zedell, got the first board
of directors together largely
through his synagogue associa-
tions. They began a search for
other members as well as a paid
music director and an accompa-
For the director, they chose
Benjamin Cohen, who recently
finished his master's degree in
that field at the University of
"There's nothing like feeling
music intrinsically and having a
spiritual and artistically elevat-
ing release," said Mr. Cohen, who
also is music director for the Vo-
cal Arts Ensemble, a chamber
choir based in Ann Arbor, and di-
rector of drama for Ottawa Hills
High School in Toledo, Ohio.
Mr. Cohen, who is in charge of
auditioning Zamir members,
looks for vocal quality and in-
stincts for style, expression and
recognition. He considers sight
reading skills and how individu-
als perform an exercise sheet af-
ter one week of practice.
Since attending a recent Jew-
ish Chorale Conference in New
York, Mr. Cohen has been think-
ing about how to use all the new
music that keeps surfacing.
"When we applied for our
grant, we pledged to Federation
that we would provide a choral
experience for Jews of all per-
suasions," Mr. Katkowsky said.
"We would outreach to every-
one. We would keep basic ha-
lachic laws and not perform or re-
hearse on any holiday. We would
have only kosher food."
As part of their outreach, they
are planning some other kinds of
choruses under the Zamir um-
brella — an all-men's group and
an all-women's group for those
who are Orthodox and can't sing
in mixed chorales as well as an
Zamir is scheduling a short au-
All kinds of choruses
are planned under
the Zamir umbrella.
tumn season and a longer spring
season. Tentatively, the first
large concert will be held Dec. 4.
"While this was not envisioned
as a social group, this can be a
good social experience," Mr.
Katkowsky said. Many lasting
friendships can be formed."
Except for the summer, Zamir
rehearses from 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Tuesdays. Members currently
are negotiating for an acousti-
cally- appropriate hall.
"We have gotten support from
every cantor in the area," Mr.
Katkowsky said. "We encourage
our members to sing with their
own synagogue choirs, and we re-
cruit from all of them.
"We don't affiliate ourselves
with any of them or any of the
movements because we want to
keep our stated purpose and goal
of being a real community