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Cantor Josée Wolff

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Local Address: Amsterdam, Netherlands
International Jewish Music Festival
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • degree , flute
    Royal Conservatory
  • Master's degree , Sacred Music
    Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion , School of Sacred Music
  • Doctor of Ministry Degree , Pastoral Counseling
    Hebrew Union College
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templesholom.org, 26 Dec 2014 [cached]
Cantor Josée Wolff
Cantor Josée Wolff is delighted to be working with Temple Sholom of Floral Park as its Spiritual Leader. After being an ordained cantor for over twenty years, this is her first experience in the role of sole clergy. Cantor Wolff is an exceptional teacher and a wonderful spiritual leader. She is also a lot of fun. When we pray or study with her-and we do this in many different ways and at a variety of locales in- and outside the synagogue building-we know that we can count on her as an enthusiastic guide. Her own zest and joy in being Jewish inspire us, as she guides us into a more extensive and deeper knowledge of our Jewish heritage. When she is not at the Temple or teaching cantorial students in New York and Berlin, connecting with friends, spending time in nature and gardening upstate keep her busy and happy. Since the members of her immediate family are located all over the globe and speak different languages, she is a whiz at Skype, Facetime, Viber, Whatsapp-any number of ways of communicating across the globe.
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In addition to her work at Temple Sholom, Cantor Wolff is an adjunct faculty member at the Cantorial Program of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York. She also serves on the faculty of the Abraham Geiger Cantorial Program in Berlin, Germany, where she teaches weekly classes with the help of the internet.
Cantor Wolff has served Reform congregations in the US and Europe for the past 15 years. She was Director of the Department of Synagogue Music of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, served as interim senior cantor at Temple Shaaray Tefilah in New York City, and as cantor at Temple Shalom in Succasunna, NJ, Temple Beth Chaverim in Mahwah, NJ, Congregation Rodeph Sholom in New York City, the Liberal Jewish Congregation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas, USVI, and Temple Adath Yeshurun in Manchester, NH.
A past member of the executive board of the American Conference of Cantors, the School of Sacred Music Advisory Council, and the Joint Commission on Worship, Music and Religious Living, she currently serves on the Joint Cantorial Placement Commission and is a member of the nominating committee of the ACC. Cantor Wolff enjoys leading worship and teaching about synagogue music and worship throughout the Progressive Jewish world.
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Cantor Wolff has performed at numerous Cantorial concerts in the US, South America, Europe, and Israel and is a regularly featured performer at the International Jewish Music Festival in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She has led worship services and presented workshops at regional and national URJ conventions and retreats, for the World Union of Progressive Judaism, The Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, at the Jewish Music Institute in London, LIMMUD, CAJE, the North American Jewish Choral Festival, the International Lewandowski Festival in Berlin, and Cantorial conventions. Cantor Wolff can be heard on Shabbat Anthology and Songs from a Passover Haggadah (Transcontinental Music Publications), and Jubilee Concert (School of Sacred Music 50th Anniversary recording). She is co-author of The Art of Torah Cantillation, and The Art of Cantillation, Volume 2, published by UAHC Press, and music editor of the CCAR Hagadah, The Open Door. Cantor Wolff produced the CD Tov Lehodot, Voices from the Dutch Liberal Community and was honored to be one of the contributors to the WRJ Women's Torah Commentary.
A native of The Netherlands, Cantor Wolff holds a degree in flute from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, and performed and recorded throughout Europe as a member of various chamber ensembles. In 1991 she received her Master's degree in Sacred Music from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, School of Sacred Music and was the first woman from the European continent to be invested as a cantor. In 2010 she received her Doctor of Ministry Degree in Pastoral Counseling from Hebrew Union College.
TST Staff
ny039.urj.net, 26 Dec 2006 [cached]
Cantor Josée Wolff is Director of Student Placement and a part time faculty member at the School of Sacred Music, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York.Cantor Wolff has served Reform congregations in the US and Europe for the past 15 years.She was Director of the Department of Synagogue Music of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and served as cantor at Temple Shalom in Succasunna, NJ, Temple Beth Chaverim in Mahwah, NJ, Congregation Rodeph Sholom in New York City, the Liberal Jewish Congregation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas, USVI.She is a member of the executive board of the American Conference of Cantors, the School of Sacred Music Advisory Council, and the Joint Commission on Worship, Music and Religious Living.
In addition to her work at Hebrew Union College, Cantor Wolff enjoys leading worship and teaching about synagogue music and worship throughout the Progressive Jewish world.
Cantor Wolff has performed at numerous Cantorial concerts in the US, South America, Europe, and Israel and is a regularly featured performer at the International Jewish Music Festival in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.She has led worship services and presented workshops at regional and national UAHC conventions and retreats, for the World Union of Progressive Judaism, The Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, at the Jewish Music Institute in London, LIMMUD, CAJE, the North American Jewish Choral Festival, and Cantorial conventions.Cantor Wolff can be heard on Shabbat Anthology and Songs from a Passover Haggadah (Transcontinental Music Publications), and Jubilee Concert (School of Sacred Music 50 th Anniversary recording).She is co-author of The Art of Torah Cantillation , and The Art of Cantillation, Volume 2 , published by UAHC Press, and music editor of the CCAR Hagadah, The Open Door . Cantor Wolff most recently produced the CD Tov Lehodot, Voices from the Dutch Liberal Community .
Cantor Wolff, a native of The Netherlands, holds a degree in flute from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, and performed and recorded throughout Europe as a member of various chamber ensembles.In 1991 she received her Masters degree in Sacred Music from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, School of Sacred Music and was the first woman from the European continent to be invested as a cantor.
About Cantor Josee Wolff
www.cantorwolff.com, 17 Dec 2010 [cached]
Cantor Josée Wolff is the Spiritual Leader of Temple Sholom in Floral Park, NY. She is also Director of Student Placement and a part time faculty member at the School of Sacred Music, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York. Cantor Wolff has served Reform congregations in the US and Europe for the past 15 years. She was Director of the Department of Synagogue Music of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and served as cantor at Temple Shalom in Succasunna, NJ, Temple Beth Chaverim in Mahwah, NJ, Congregation Rodeph Sholom in New York City, the Liberal Jewish Congregation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas, USVI, Temple Adath Yeshurun in Manchester, NH, and Temple Shaaray Tefila in New York. A past member of the executive board of the American Conference of Cantors, she is a member of the School of Sacred Music Advisory Council, and the Joint Commission on Worship, Music and Religious Living.
In addition to her work at Hebrew Union College, Cantor Wolff enjoys leading worship and teaching about synagogue music and worship throughout the Progressive Jewish world.
In September 2008 , Cantor Wolff was one of the guest cantors at the inauguration of the Jewish Institute of Cantorial Arts, Berlin, Germany as part of the opening events and concert where she taught, led Shabbat services and participated in the cantorial concert in the Pestalozzi Strasse Synagogue.
Cantor Wolff has performed at numerous Cantorial concerts in the US, South America, Europe, and Israel and is a regularly featured performer at the International Jewish Music Festival in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She has led worship services and presented workshops at regional and national UAHC conventions and retreats, for the World Union of Progressive Judaism, The Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, the Union of Progressive Jews in Germany, at the Jewish Music Institute in London, LIMMUD, CAJE, the North American Jewish Choral Festival, and Cantorial conventions. Cantor Wolff can be heard on Shabbat Anthology and Songs from a Passover Haggadah (Transcontinental Music Publications), and Jubilee Concert (School of Sacred Music 50th Anniversary recording). She is co-author of The Art of Torah Cantillation, and The Art of Cantillation, Volume 2, published by UAHC Press, and music editor of the CCAR Hagadah, The Open Door. Cantor Wolff most recently produced the CD Tov Lehodot, Voices from the Dutch Liberal Community.
Cantor Wolff, a native of The Netherlands, holds a degree in flute from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, and performed and recorded throughout Europe as a member of various chamber ensembles. In 1991 she received her Masters degree in Sacred Music from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, School of Sacred Music and was the first woman from the European continent to be invested as a cantor. In 2010 Cantor Wolff received her Doctor of Ministry degree from HUC.
JEWISH MUSIC INSTITUTE
www.jmi.org.uk, 13 Dec 2006 [cached]
About Cantor Josée Wolff JEWISH MUSIC INSTITUTE
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Cantor Josée Wolff posted 13 December 2006
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Cantor Josee Wolff Cantor Josée Wolff is Director of Student Placement and a part time faculty member at the School of Sacred Music , Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York. As of August 2006 she will be the interim cantor of Temple Shaaray Tefila in New York. Cantor Wolff has served Reform congregations in the US and Europe for the past 15 years. She was Director of the Department of Synagogue Music of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and served as cantor at Temple Shalom in Succasunna, NJ, Temple Beth Chaverim in Mahwah, NJ, Congregation Rodeph Sholom in New York City, the Liberal Jewish Congregation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas, USVI . She is a member of the executive board of the American Conference of Cantors, the School of Sacred Music Advisory Council, and the Joint Commission on Worship, Music and Religious Living.
In addition to her work at Hebrew Union College, Cantor Wolff enjoys leading worship and teaching about synagogue music and worship throughout the Progressive Jewish world.
Cantor Wolff has performed at numerous Cantorial concerts in the US, South America, Europe, and Israel and is a regularly featured performer at the International Jewish Music Festival in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She has led worship services and presented workshops at regional and national UAHC conventions and retreats, for the World Union of Progressive Judaism, The Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, the Union of Progressive Jews in Germany, at the Jewish Music Institute in London , LIMMUD, CAJE, the North American Jewish Choral Festival, and Cantorial conventions. Cantor Wolff can be heard on Shabbat Anthology and Songs from a Passover Haggadah (Transcontinental Music Publications), and Jubilee Concert (School of Sacred Music 50th Anniversary recording). She is co-author of The Art of Torah Cantillation , and The Art of Cantillation, Volume 2 , published by UAHC Press, and music editor of the CCAR Hagadah, The Open Door . Cantor Wolff most recently produced the CD Tov Lehodot, Voices from the Dutch Liberal Community .
Cantor Wolff, a native of The Netherlands, holds a degree in flute from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, and performed and recorded throughout Europe as a member of various chamber ensembles. In 1991 she received her Masters degree in Sacred Music from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, School of Sacred Music and was the first woman from the European continent to be invested as a cantor.
RSGB: Sharing The Buzz - Sinai at 60
www.reformjudaism.org.uk, 11 Feb 2004 [cached]
Cantor Josee Wolff has been serving Reform congregations in the US and in Europe for the last 15 years, and has worked as the Director of the Department of Synagogue Music for the UAHC (now known as the Union of Reform Judaism), in the United States.
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