Mission of the choir

1 Share its love of Jewish music with the greater Jewish Community and ensure that this genre of music is kept alive for future generations.
2 Enhance the spirituality of Jewish simchas such as Bar/Bat Mitzvas, weddings & other special occasions contribute to the spirituality and meaningfulness of Shabbat services.
3 Bring Jewish music to our older generation at senior centers, participate in community events such as Yom Ha’Atzma’ut, Jewish music festivals, and other functions.
4 Grow our repertoire to include all genres of Jewish music while focusing on majestic liturgical pieces.

  • Chanukah 2012, 1st night UTC, San Diego
  • Seacrest Village 2012-Chanukah
  • Yiddish Club, Vista

We are honored to have been included in this national event. The San Diego Jewish Men's Choir (www.KolHakavod.com), under the direction of Ruth Weber, has been chosen to be part of the nationwide Chabad Telethon on August 25th, 2013 this year.

The first Telethon aired in 1980, after tragedy had struck Chabad. A devastating fire swept through the organization's headquarters in Westwood, destroying the Chabad House. Through the kind generosity of its loyal audience and major corporate sponsors Since 1980, the Telethon has raised tens of millions of dollars for those in desperate need.

Please tune in at 6 pm and 9:30 pm/Pacific Time, (LA 18/KCSI-TV, KTSF 26/San Francisco, DirecTV and more at http://www.tolife.com/where.php) where you will hear and see our rendition of Psalm 150 (Halleluya), score of Levandowski, and an Israeli Medley (Ye Varechecha, Leru Neranena and Sisu et Yerushalayim).

Quote from Oscar Autie- Owner El Cerritos Studio