Activity with and for the benefit of the community makes up a significant part of the Moran Choir’s life and work. The development of musical excellence as a means of helping underprivileged populations integrate into the mainstream is our predominant social goal.
All four of our choirs: the Little-ones Choir, Youth Choir, Moran Choir and Moran Singers Ensemble combine outstanding singing with a variety of community activities undertaken jointly with youth at risk, special needs children, pediatric cancer patients at Schneider Children’s Hospital and young Ethiopian immigrants. The four choirs have worked for many years to create a common experience of joy and optimism, a meeting of different populations, education towards responsible citizenship and a valuable contribution on both individual and community levels.
Each choir integrates into its ongoing activity one such special group from the community and original songs and other works are composed specifically for each group.
Singing creates a close, independent connection between the singers and enables them to open their hearts to one another.