Join musician and composer Chloe Pourmorady for a musical, meditative, and spiritual journey through the themes of Elul, a time of soul-searching and deep reflection in preparation for the upcoming High Holy Days. Weaving elements from Shir HaShirim (Song of Songs) and the Persian and Sephardi worlds, Chloe’s unique melodies will guide you to find the awe in this moment and connect you to the source of our traditions with intention, reverence and wonder.
Thursday, September 17 at 6:00 pm
A Zoom link will be emailed to all registrants the day before the experience.
Chloe Pourmorady is an award-winning composer, multi-instrumentalist, and singer known for the versatility of her creative expression. Her debut album “Begin Majesty” by Chloe Pourmorady Ensemble won two awards this past year for music that is newly innovative yet influenced by tradition. With Iranian-Jewish roots and a global perspective, her style is dynamic and flexible. Chloe has comfortably sang in over 10 languages and often blends dialects together. She currently works as a music educator, an active performer and composer, and finds great passion in spiritual leadership and public speaking. Inspired by art, prayer, spirituality, and life, she hopes to leave her listeners feeling elevated through songs of hope, prayers of love, and words of truth.
Contact NuRoots@JewishLA.org with any questions!
The Nazarian Initiative, of the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, honors and celebrates Iranian heritage and culture through inclusive experiences and personal connections for young adults.
This event is part of In Awe, seven weeks of virtual gatherings and D.I.Y. experiences from NuRoots, in collaboration with OneTable and Here For, their new collaborative High Holidays website. Spanning eight holiday milestones—including the month of Elul, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah—this season calls us to reencounter our natural surroundings, bodies, and traditions with intention, reverence, and wonder….
See the full lineup at nuroots.org/awe and herefor.com.