Thanks for all the positive feedback about our services. What a response! Click here to read what people are saying about us.
WOW! Two New Song Shul Choirs just started!
(1) Downtown Sound Children’s Choir
(2) Special Voices for Adults with Disabilities
Downtown Sound Children’s Choir
Kids sing with Cantor Spiro, on the bimah and in concert
Thursdays 6:30 – 7:15 PM
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Great songs, great friends, great fun!
Tuesdays 5:00 – 6:00 PM
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New programs coming this winter:
2. Brush Up Your Siddur
3. Lively Learning with Cantor Spiro
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Over 400 people enjoyed the amazing spirit of our Sigd Shabbat! Don’t miss the next two Shabbat services with The Song Shul:
Special Shabbat at Beth Torah
Cantor Simon Spiro and The Toronto Festival Singers are bringing The Song Shul’s fabulous Shabbat music to Beth Torah Congregation.
Join us as we share our sound with another Toronto synagogue!
47 Glenbrook Avenue
Shabbat Hanuka – back at Bialik!
You think you’ve seen happy musical services? You think the city already loves what we’ve been doing? Just wait — we’re not kidding when we say we’re just getting started!
It’s a Latke-Fest of Music at our super exciting service for Shabbat Hanuka, celebrated as only The Song Shul can!
The Song Shul services are always led by our dream team, Cantor Simon and Aliza Spiro, with the singular sound of the Toronto Festival Singers!
We daven at Bialik, 2760 Bathurst Street
9:00 – 11:30 AM
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Listen to some of our music
Mi She’asah Nissim (Blessing for the New Month)
Cantor Simon Spiro and the Toronto Festival Singers (in concert)
Cantor Simon Spiro and the Toronto Festival Singers
Refa’eynu (Song for Healing)
Cantor Simon Spiro
Here’s why everyone is flocking to The Song Shul:
Cantor Simon Spiro and the fabulous Toronto Festival Singers
(you’ve never heard anything like it)
Davening in-the-round (so easy to sing with us)
A compelling and to-the-point Staccato Sermonette (if you don’t hit oil after 8 minutes, stop boring)
The whimsical Torah Bubble Parade (you saw it here first!)
Music Mini-yan (for little ones)
The Shabbat Starbucks Coffee Lounge (for not-so-little ones)
Best kiddush in town! (Seriously. . . everyone sticks around)
And much more!
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