The CLIL Choir is an amateur choir that cultivates Jewish musical traditions and introduces its listeners, as well as choir singers, to Jewish customs and holidays. The choir’s repertoire includes songs and songs in Hebrew, Yiddish (the language of Ashkenazi Jews) and Ladino (the language of Sephardic Jews). The aim of the choir’s activities is to promote tolerance and openness towards racial, ethnic and religious differences and to counteract prejudices and stereotypes.
The CLIL choir performs independently and takes part in artistic spectacles and celebrations connected with Jewish holidays, as well as in anniversary celebrations connected with the history of the Holocaust.
Since its inception, CLIL has presented its repertoire at over 100 concerts and performances. The choir takes part in concerts directed directly to the Jewish community (concerts in clubs TSKŻ and Laudera, occasional concerts organized by the Jewish Community), as well as performs for the general public.
The choir also conducts educational activities by organizing concerts presenting Jewish holidays and important events connected with Jewish history (Purim and Hannukah concerts, concerts with songs from the Holocaust period, for schools and community centers).