Professional Development

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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.


January 3, 2021 - January 6, 2021
June 27, 2022 - July 5, 2022

ACC-GTM Mission to Israel

Tentative Dates are June 27-July 5, 2022

Convention Programming

Boker Tov! Kavanah with Cantor Marsha Attie!Thank you and greetings from GTM President, Marla Aviva Bentley

Convention Programming

The Institute for Jewish Spirituality offers a broad and deep program to support your connection to practice, through meditation, mindfulness, singing, prayer, study, yoga, spiritual direction, and tikkun middot.  Cantor Richard Cohn of the IJS faculty guides us through a session of practice and shares the latest info from the Institute.

Convention Programming

A discussion on creating a meaningful and comfortable retirement. Cantor Gail Hirschenfang, Cantor Janice Roger, and Dr. Michael Freidman

Convention Programming

Mincha led by Rabbi-Cantor Alison Wissot, Temple Judea, Tarzana, CA. Joined by several ACC and GTM members with connections to California.

Join Bob Remstein, co-chair, as we bring this portion of the virtual convention to a close.

Convention Programming

Dr. Tali Tadmor will analyze the individual elements of song accompaniment beginning with structural elements such as rhythmic feel, harmony and melody, performance elements such as dynamics and articulation, and ensemble and stylistic elements.

Convention Programming

Moderated by Bob Remstein