Cantorial Soloist, Susan Colin

Susan ColinSusan Colin leads our Friday night Shabbat music, and our High Holy Day music.   She is an award-winning singer, songwriter, cantorial soloist, service leader and performer. Her voice, described as angelicwarm, and soothing brings a depth to the many styles of music she performs.

Susan’s music has been broadcast on National Public Radio stations, Hospice Healing Radio, and numerous internet radio programs. Listeners around the world use her songs for weddings, funerals, healing services and worship services.  Susan is the owner of the largest US distributor of Jewish music: OySongs.

Susan has released five CDs.

The Work of a Lifetime (2015)

Susan shows us her voice can go anywhere. Using liturgy, some songs are perfect for lifecycle events (weddings, bar mitzvahs) or worship settings(Adonai Oz, Blessings). Other songs touch on the human experience (I’m Sorry, Tallit, The Work of a Lifetime). And don’t forget to Call Your Mother.

Be Strong (2010)

Susan’s newest collection of original and folk songs for both soft and serious moments. Songs include the tribal and stunning Mi Shebeirach, the award-winning Healing SongA Miracle Happened (for Chanukah),the gospel-like Be Strong, and more!

Every Day (2005)

A gorgeous collection of original, spiritual songs drawing on a variety of musical styles. Lyrics inspired by scripture and poetry will have you dancing, smiling, crying, and praying.

Includes: Every day is a new dayI am with you stillPray with meNew Moon,Y’varech’chaPsalm 150, and more!

Shabbat Favorites (2003)

This album features familiar worship music to get you in the Shabbat mood! This CD is a great way to share Shabbat music with friends and family– with sophisticated musical arrangements that appeal to all listeners.

Includes: Mah TovuShalom RavYedid NefeshV’shamru,Shalom Alechem, and more!

Prayer of the Heart (2003)

An introspective collection of traditional songs for the High Holidays and personal reflection. This CD provides a moving experience that comforts and inspires you to find that “still, small voice.”

Includes: Adonai RoiEili, EiliShalom RavLechi Lach, and more!

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