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One year ago, we gathered in Las Vegas and I stood before you and talked about how the world changed in January of 2016. All that we thought was right and just was turned on its ear…..a new president came into power from a model that most of us could understand…..A president andREAD MORE
Prayer for Peace, by Gershon Kingsley
In cantorial school, when we learned the classic settings of Max Helfman and Herbert Fromm of Grant Us Peace we studied how those two masters had seamlessly blended cantorial-esque chant with solidly mid-20th century American harmonies. They were (and are!) textbook examplesREAD MORE
Cantor Claire Franco, ACC Vice President of Internal Policy & Administration, delivered an ordination address at the 2018 HUC-JIR graduation in New York.
I am deeply honored and humbled to stand before you on behalf of the American Conference of Cantors. We welcome you, our newest Cantorial colleagues and shareREAD MORE
ERWIN JOSPE is probably not the first name that comes to mind when you think about Jewish music - but his life story and compositional output are more than deserving of our attention and admiration. Born in 1903 in Berlin, Jospe was the editor of Hawa Naschira: Auf! Lasst uns Singen (1935 and reissued in 2001), the last publication of JewishREAD MORE
Friday, March 2, 2018
It is now almost two weeks since the massacre in Parkland, FL, which is still dominating the headlines, largely due to the outspoken activism of surviving teenage students. While our nation always mourns in shock, the aftermath is different this time and Rabbi Danny and I feel strongly that our TST response needs toREAD MORE