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Hazzan Jeremy Stein, the congregation's cantor, will sing the role of Jonathan, the biblical David's friend and confidante.
Bolts was ordained as a cantor in June 2016 at Hebrew College in Newton, Mass.
Cohen was the son of a cantor, or worship leader, at a Philadelphia synagogue.
Visiting families fell in love with the city, said Slive, who hosted internationally famous Jewish cantor Alberto Mizrahi for the opening ceremony at Bartow Arena.
An organ player upstairs and a cantor provided the music as Klinzing read from St. John, St. Paul and Revelations.
Alyssa performed in many operatic productions at Baldwin Wallace and also cantors at Holy Family Church in Parma.
This program will re-create the all-Bach program that Felix Mendelssohn played in 1840 at St. Thomas Church in Leipzig, Germany, where Bach served as cantor from 1723-1750.
The bride, 33, is the cantor at Beth David Reform Congregation in Gladwyne, Pa.
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The cantor is, after the rabbi, the most important figure in a Jewish worship service. A cantor not only must possess an excellent singing voice but also must know by heart long passages of Hebrew. Cantors such as Jan Peerce and Richard Tucker became international opera stars. The comedian and singer Edward Israel Iskowitz renamed himself Eddie Cantor for his original profession and became enormously popular on stage, screen, radio, and television for over 40 years.
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