We are privileged to have a greatly esteemed and multi-talented Temple Micah congregant, Uri Ayn Rovner, serving as soloist throughout the High Holy Days. His musicality pervades these holidays, and the presence he brings to all of the services during this season inspires and distinguishes our Days of Awe.
Hal Aqua - Hal simply loves to play music. In addition to his song leading work with Temple Micah, Hal also fronts Jewish world fusion band "Los Lantzmun"; performs with acoustic folk trio "The Folkaltones"; gets kids giggling as alter ego "Cowboy Hersh" the silliest singing cowboy in the West; serves as music director for B'nai Havurah, Denver’s Jewish Reconstructionist congregation; and teaches classes, workshops and seminars on Jewish world music, accompanied by guitar, mandolin, middle eastern lutes, and hand drums. Learn more about Hal at www.halaqua.com.
David Ross - For over 20 years, David Ross has been entertaining the world with his dynamic voice, distinguished piano playing and teaching, and creative songwriting. David’s music has been played and performed throughout the United States, as well as internationally in Canada, Mexico, Russia, France, and Israel. David’s music combines elements of rock, pop, folk, and jazz to create a mixture of fresh and engaging sounds. David has served as Music & Cultural Arts Director for Camp Ramah in CA from 1994-2003. For over 13 years at Ramah, David arranged and performed the music for over 75 musical productions. From 2003-2006, David directed an intergenerational musical ensemble with participants ranging in age from 7 to 93. Learn more about David at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lLq5jyab9Q.