Raise Your Hand
Raise your hand if you are proud to be a link in the chain of Jewish history.
I wrote this one for all the teenage girls out there.
I want them to know that they are AWESOME!
Into the Light
This song is for the little child inside of you.
3/31 New Lecha Dodi Melody Released
3/15 Live Videos Are Up!
Into the Light, Hey Girl, Elokai, I Believe in Miracles, I Miss You, and Ana Avda - they're all in this playlist.
1/18 JULIE CHOSEN AS ONE OF TOP 25 WOMEN CHANGING THE WORLD IN 2016!
1/28 New Music Video About Refugees
This month's song (do you know that I've been releasing an original song and music video every month for well over two-and-a-half-years?) is about refugees. I wrote this melody twelve years ago and was never able to find the right lyrics for it. I set it aside until I recently came across Warsan Shire's piercing poem, Home. I decided to excerpt some of the lyrics from her poem. Shire herself was a refugee, born in Kenya to Somali parents who immigrated to the United Kingdom when she was one. Two of my grandparents were refugees, my maternal grandfather arriving at Ellis Island with only his ability to survive, and my paternal grandmother arriving via France, Morocco, and Uruguay - all countries that refused to accept her and her family.
(WARNING: THIS VIDEO MAY NOT BE APPROPRIATE FOR CHILDREN)
11/24 New Blog Post: Thoughts Before Thanksgiving
I am not planning on dying anytime soon but, if I die tomorrow, please know that I was happy.
I got to spend my days alone, creating.
I got to spend the rest of the time with the people I love the most, my family.
I failed a lot. I became fearless and... MORE
"[Geller's] lyrics... are insightful and deeply relevant in a confusing and frenetic world." - Jewish Woman Magazine
An unstoppable creative force, Julie Geller delivers her lyric-driven songs with honesty, clarity, and most of all, hope. The veins that run through Julie's music are connection and courage. Connection, because her music makes us feel both a part of something greater, and also more in touch with our deepest selves. And, courage, because her lyrics are about the struggle to develop into the people we know we can be.
Where do all of these songs come from? In Julie's words, "It's the sheer joy of creating, the exuberance of expressing something about being alive. Art moves us when it is real, not when it's perfect. That's what I focus on."
Julie's music moves people. That is why she was invited to the White House in 2014 and why she was recently chosen as One of the Top 25 Women changing the world by Conversations Magazine. It is why she performs widely around the United States, Canada, and Israel, and it is what has enabled her to release six albums and over forty music videos. She is fearless in her drive to create and in her desire to help others through her music. When not writing, performing, or teaching, you can find Julie doing her other favorite thing: hanging out with her husband and three children at home in Denver, Colorado.
Heartfelt Vocals on Original Tracks, Psalms and Jewish Prayers
A Musical Invitation to Shabbat Peace
Bris, Finding a Hebrew Name and other things I learned in conversion class tonight
JUF News | Paul Wieder | December 2008
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