Fuchs was a rifleman in the Normandy Invasion on D-Day, landing on Omaha Beach, where he was hit by shrapnel.
“Musically speaking he’s very central. He’s the only one who has arias in this opera.”
New York’s only female senior cantor speaks about the gender gap in the Jewish cantorial world.
Listen as Cantor Aryeh Leib Hurwitz expresses one of the most fundamental Jewish prayers — with a jazzy twist.
In the Jewish world, cantors are often regarded as second-class members of the clergy, if they are regarded as clergy at all.
American cantors are challenging musicians to set a prayer for the military to song. Future Yossele Rosenblatts and Shlomo Carlebachs, step up!
Falling in love with my non-Jewish fiancé and his wonderful children was effortless; planning our wedding, however, proved to be much more difficult.
A beloved Indiana eatery is jumping state lines; former Brandywine chef opening noshery in Grand Rapids; and an Upper West Side Israeli spot has a new and notable chef.
Members of the Cantors Assembly share their perspective on preparing for the High Holidays
It is difficult to imagine a rebirth of Jewish life in Spain, but who knows what opportunities might lie ahead?