At MOCA, we believe that music is not just a form of entertainment, but a powerful tool for education, cultural preservation, and emotional expression. Our foundation is dedicated to using music to enrich the lives of children and adults alike, bringing people together through the universal language of melody, rhythm, and harmony.

Through our various programs and collaborations, we are committed to making music education accessible to as many children as possible, recognizing that the benefits of learning to play and sing go far beyond just musical skills. Music education helps develop listening and intuitive abilities, as well as creativity, discipline, and teamwork.

But our passion for music doesn’t stop at education. We believe that music is an essential part of culture, history, and identity. That’s why we collaborate with Jewish and Israeli organizations to keep our musical activities grounded in Jewish culture and history. By doing so, we help preserve the rich musical heritage of the Jewish people and promote understanding and appreciation of their culture.

At MOCA, we are not just about performances, but about creating a deeper connection between people and music. We see the transformative power of music firsthand in the faces of children and families who participate in our workshops, concerts, and ensembles. We see music’s ability to bring people together, to heal, to uplift, and to inspire.

Music is more than just a sound or a note. It’s a reflection of our souls and a bridge between different cultures, languages, and experiences. We are passionate about using music to build a better world, one note at a time. Join us on this journey and experience the magic of music yourself.

Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy. Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.”

Ludwig van Beethoven

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