About the Artist...

 

I am delighted to introduce myself to you. My name is Kim Moskowitz and it is likely that I learned to sing before I could talk, began to play guitar at 12 and loved them both. My father, a visual artist grew up singing on the Yiddish stage and shared his extensive repertoire with our family throughout my childhood. I was enamored with song leading as a young girl and became involved in performing and teaching Jewish music some 25 years ago. I have provided musical programming and direction for many synagogues, Jewish camps and festivals throughout the country. My work has contributed strongly to setting myself, my family and extended communities on a continual path of Jewish spiritual growth and learning. My personal love affair with Jewish music deepens with each passing year along with the passion and respect I have for Judeo-based values as a way of life. The awesome power of a Jewish melody to link the generations, touch the depths of the soul and evoke a memory that moves its listener to connect with their own identity as well as the amazing people I have met on this journey have played a formative role in the person I am today.  I served as Judaic Music Educator and Cantorial Soloist at Temple Beth Haverim and Chabad of the Conejo in Agoura Hills and Temple Etz Chaim in Thousand Oaks, California over the past 25 years where I found much success and fulfillment teaching and sharing a wide range of Jewish music, establishing and participating in innovative, creative family programming, conducting and accompanying Children’s Youth Chorales, Women’s Rosh Chodesh Celebrations and Shabbat and Festival Services. I have also served as a part time cantor for a Reform congregation in Murrieta, California where we integrated traditional and innovative programming to create warm and welcoming spiritual services and celebrations for all ages. My husband (of 30 years) and I, after raising our three children in Agoura Hills, California and moved to the Pacific Northwest five years ago and love living up here! We are active outdoor enthusiasts and enjoy, biking, hiking, Puget Sound and lake boating, kayaking and strolling endlessly through the many wonderful parks, trails and seaside paths that are so plentiful, well groomed, clean and green.  We are not retired, still working hard and playing hard. 

To life, To life….L’Chaim!

 

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