Wrong Cantor Frankel?

Last Updated 11/6/2006

General Information

Employment History

Soloist, Music Teacher and B'Nei Mitzvah Tutor  - Temple Israel of Boston

Intern At Transcontinental Music Publications  - Union for Reform Judaism

Student Cantor  - Brooklyn Heights Synagogue

Jewish Educator  - Camp Charles Pearlstein

Intern At Transcontinental Music Publications  - HUC-JIR

Intern At Transcontinental Music Publications  - UAHC Press

Education

bachelor's degree  - political science , Columbia University

Web References  

Beth Emet the Free Synagogue - Evanston IL

Cantor Erin Frankel
Cantor Frankel joined Beth Emet in July 2003 after receiving her masters of sacred music and cantorial investiture from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) in New York City. Devoted to sharing her love of Jewish music with the community, Cantor Frankel focuses on making it a meaningful part of synagogue life by integrating a wide variety of musical experiences with worship, religious school, and programming. She was inspired to apply to HUC-JIR by her intensive love of Jewish music and her experience working as a soloist, music teacher, and b'nei mitzvah tutor for Temple Israel of Boston after graduating from Columbia University with a bachelor's degree in political science. While a student at HUC-JIR, she served as student cantor at Brooklyn Heights Synagogue in New York City, as Jewish educator at Camp Charles Pearlstein in Prescott, Arizona, and as an intern at Transcontinental Music Publications, the music publisher of the URJ. In 2002, she was awarded the Cantor Israel Goldstein Prize for excellence in traditional chazzanut and for displaying the qualities of warmth and integrity so valued in the cantorial profession. Since arriving in the Chicago area, she has performed at various concert events, including appearances with Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi and Kol Zimrah. She lives in Evanston with her husband David and their daughters Sivan and Meital. Send email to Cantor Frankel

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Beth Emet the Free Synagogue - Evanston IL

Cantor Erin Frankel
Cantor Erin Frankel Cantor Frankel joined Beth Emet in July 2003 after receiving her masters of sacred music and cantorial investiture from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) in New York City. Devoted to sharing her love of Jewish music with the community, Cantor Frankel focuses on making it a meaningful part of synagogue life by integrating a wide variety of musical experiences with worship, religious school, and programming. She was inspired to apply to HUC-JIR by her intensive love of Jewish music and her experience working as a soloist, music teacher, and b'nei mitzvah tutor for Temple Israel of Boston after graduating from Columbia University with a bachelor's degree in political science. While a student at HUC-JIR, she served as student cantor at Brooklyn Heights Synagogue in New York City, as Jewish educator at Camp Charles Pearlstein in Prescott, Arizona, and as an intern at Transcontinental Music Publications, the music publisher of the URJ. In 2002, she was awarded the Cantor Israel Goldstein Prize for excellence in traditional chazzanut and for displaying the qualities of warmth and integrity so valued in the cantorial profession. Since arriving in the Chicago area, she has performed at various concert events, including appearances with Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi and Kol Zimrah. She lives in Evanston with her husband David and their daughters Sivan and Meital. Send email to Cantor Frankel

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http://www.bethemet.org/contact.php

Cantor Erin Frankel (Assistant @ ext. 306)Mayta Spitz, Assistant to Rabbi London & Cantor Frankel (ext. 306)

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