The tradition of shira b’tsibur (public group singing) has deep roots, going back to the early years of the State of Israel, when groups of people would gather to sing folk songs. In recent years it has experienced a revival, particularly through the group Koolulam, which has created viral videos of live singing events in arenas and concert halls all over Israel. There is something uplifting, moving, and simply fun about singing with other people.
The iCenter is helping camps, schools, and communities to do their own shira b’tsibur by creating custom mashups of contemporary songs that can be learned and performed in one hour. The sound is as unique as the experience.