Dear Colleagues,This coming March the Mordecai Kaplan Center for Jewish Peoplehood, together with the University of Chicago, will be putting on a Hallel V'zimra, a large scale conference centered on Jewish music and liturgy. Over the span of 4 days, including a Shabbaton on March 8th and 9th, followed by the conference itself on the 10th and 11...
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Great cantors never stop learning. There are always more skills to master, more questions to ask, more scholarship to digest, more melodies to sing! The ACC seeks to engage our members in the continual process of improving ourselves and our craft through a comprehensive program of professional development – and that program is centered here.
CLASSES AND SEMINARS
ACC NYC Regional MeetingDate: Thursday, February 28, 2019 | 23 Adar I 5779Time: 9:30am-1pmPlace: Temple Israel of the City of New York112 E 75th St, New York, NY 10021
Further registration details to come as we get closer in time. Thanks in advance to our colleague Cantor Irena Altshul for opening up her synagogue to us.
ACC-GTM-CA Midwinter Retreat
Hilton Palm Springs
Kick Off Concert will be on Sunday, January 6, 2019
Optional day with PARR on Monday, January 7, 2019
For more information or to volunteer to help, contact Cantor Jen Roher.
Are you looking forward to retreating? I know I am!In the coming days, we'll be...
Frustrated with how Hebrew is taught to children in your congregation? Looking for a new model, in which Hebrew learning is effective as well as fun and joyful for your students? Join Cantor Leigh Korn and Rabbi Nicki Greninger as they describe their partnership in developing a new approach to Hebrew education that has been working well in...
"In acts of genuine expression, what goes on between the soul of man and the word of prayer is more than an act of employment, of using words as if they were tools. Here the soul and the word react upon each other; the word is a creative force.Words are not made of paper.
Please visit this link to listen to the recording of this webinar.
Join current rabbinical, cantorial, and education students as Merri shares the latest interesting, accessible pieces for use in communal prayer with special emphasis on teaching technique and context within the worship service. In collaboration with HUC-JIR.
Cantor Beny Maissner is a master improviser and connoisseur of traditional chazzanut. His experience spans many generations and genres and his worship style is an eclectic mix of the traditional and the contemporary in a modern day Reform synagogue.
Professional Development Opportunity to Inspire and Engage
Please take the time to listen to the recording for the first opportunity in our partnership with the URJ Deptarment of Youth Engagement for UNPLUGGED with Alan Goodis featuring Dan Nichols.
Institute for Jewish Spirituality
Hebrew College – Online Master of Arts in Jewish Studies Program
The Davvenen' Leadership Training Institute
HUC-JIR AlumniLearn (not restricted to alumni of HUC-JIR)