Hebrew in Harmony Musicians
Ellen Allard has been performing and teaching music for more than 30 years. An award-winning recording artist, composer, performer, and educator, she charms audiences with her interactive, infectious, and entertaining music.
Elana Arian is a busy multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, and recording artist in both the Jewish and secular music worlds. She has performed all over the country, including five different performances at the White House. She teaches guitar at HUC-JIR, and plays in the house band at Central Synagogue in New York City.
Noah Aronson, Co-Host and Musical Director of Hebrew in Harmony, is an energetic and soulful composer/performer whose unique musical style propels his music into communities across the country and in Israel.
The Bible Players - FEATURED PERFORMERS Called “Judaism’s hottest comedy act” by The Jerusalem Post, this New York-based duo improv-es Jewish lives with comedy shows based on Torah stories and also run training workshops. Aaron and Andrew tour all over the country performing for Jewish audiences of all denominations.
Joshua Breitzer is cantor and music director of Congregation Beth Elohim in Brooklyn. As a dedicated and passionate Jewish music educator, he has coached young artists at NYC Opera, The Juilliard School, and Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts. He teaches at HUC-JIR and is VP of the American Conference of Cantors.
Matt Check is an accomplished singer-songwriter, guitarist, banjoist, and producer of bluegrass and Jewish children’s music. He is the Director of Jewish Education for the Bronfman Center at the 92Y in New York City.
Sam Glaser travels worldwide performing the music from his 25 albums to audiences of all denominations. In his cutting-edge recording studio, Glaser Musicworks, Sam produces music for a wide variety of recording artists and music for TV, apps and games. He was named one of the top ten Jewish artists in the U.S. by Moment Magazine.
Alan Goodis is a touring Jewish musician playing over 150 events a year. Noted for his dedication to building relationships and community through music, Alan tours throughout the U.S. to serve as an Artist-In-Residence and performer at Temples, Youth Conventions and Jewish Summer Camps.
Sue Horowitz is a singer-songwriter from coastal Maine. Her warm and engaging style creates a feeling of community wherever she sings.
Michael Isaacson is one of the most prolific and accomplished American Jewish composers of our time. He has composed and published more than 600 sacred and secular works, pioneered the National Federation of Temple Youth’s American folk music style, and is the Founding Music Director of the Israel Pops Orchestra and the Milken Archive of American Jewish Music.
Elana Jagoda is a prayer leader, music educator, performer and composer who brings soul and innovation to Jewish music. Elana infuses a unique spiritual quality into the music she brings to both performance and prayer.
Billy Jonas is a songsmith, multi-instrumental, Jewish educator, and interfaith advocate. Since 1987 he has captivated audiences worldwide, using voice, guitar and instruments made from found objects. He currently tours with his voice and percussion quartet, "The Billy Jonas Band."
Noam Katz is a lifelong educator, songleader, song learner and storyteller. Along the way, he has performed at camps and congregations across North America, Israel, and Africa, bringing a passion for Jewish text, social justice and world music, coupled with his wicked sense of humor.
Kol B'Seder began as a friendship between Jeff Klepper and Dan Freelander. They have been honored by the Zamir Chorale of Boston, and the Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education (CAJE).
Naomi Less is a singer/songwriter, ritual worship leader, and experiential educator. She tours worldwide performing and leading creative Jewish artistic literacy programs, including Jewish Chicks Rock and Jewish Kids Rock. At Lab/Shul NYC, she is a Founding Ritual Leader, Associate Director and Director of Storahtelling. Naomi is an activist for causes that promote the safety and empowerment of young girls worldwide.
Lisa Levine is a nationally known cantor, composer, recording artist, author and worship artist. Lisa studies and teaches yoga and is the creator and author of Yoga Shalom.
Eliana Light, Co-Host, Musical Director, and author of the Hebrew in Harmony Curriculum Core, helps individuals discover themselves within the depth and richness of Jewish life and to take ownership of their Judaism. Everything Eliana does stems from a deep passion for Jewish life and learning.
Eric Lindberg and Doni Zasloff (Mama Doni) bring their unique knowledge and passion for both Jewish and Bluegrass traditions to the fore, singing English and Hebrew songs alike. Together they make up the two groups Nefesh Mountain, and the Mama Doni Band for kids and families.
Sheldon Low is one of the brightest young stars in Jewish rock music today, performing concerts, ‘Light Up Shabbat’ services, seminars, and leading Artist-in-Residency weekends in Jewish communities throughout North America.
Nava Tehila, Hebrew for "beautiful praise," is a Jerusalem-based ensemble whose original compositions are rooted in Middle Eastern, Hasidic, contemporary Israeli, and other "world" musics.
Josh Nelson is a gifted multi-instrumentalist and songwriter whose extraordinary message of hope, unity, and spirituality work is celebrated and integrated into the repertoire of congregations, camps and communities around the world.
Joshua Nelson fuses Jewish religious lyrics and meanings with the soulful sounds of American gospel music into "kosher gospel," unique and joyful music he shares with congregations across the country.
Dan Nichols is one of the most dynamic, influential and beloved Jewish musicians in North America. Dan's melodies have become an integral part of the spiritual and liturgical experience of countless individuals and Jewish communities. Dan spends more than 180 days each year on the road, where he often serves as artist-in-residence for congregations and camp communities.
Cindy Paley, musical educator and performer, has been bringing the joys of Jewish music to teachers, students and families throughout North America for over 20 years. Cindy has combined education and entertainment to teach Jewish values, holidays and traditions. In addition to her recordings and family concerts, Cindy often serves as a cantorial soloist, and is currently involved in creative prayer services for women.
Jay Rapoport is a nationally touring music educator who takes Jewish values and stories and transforms them into “Ruach Rock”, a catchy piano-pounding style influenced by Ben Folds and Billy Joel. He is also the Director of Lifelong Learning at Temple Sholom of Chicago.
Jonah Rank is a rabbi, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. Recognized by The Forward's Soundtrack of Our Spirit as one of the 21st century's "Jewish voices that move us," Rabbi Rank serves Congregation Shaar Shalom in Halifax, Nova Scotia as their Maskil ("Teacher of Tradition").
Rick Recht is one of the most celebrated Jewish artists of our time playing family concerts, Shabbat Alive! services, religious school concerts, teen concerts, camp concerts, and tot concerts throughout the United States and abroad.
Julie Silver is one of the most celebrated performers in the world of contemporary Jewish music today. She tours throughout the world, and has been engaging audiences with her lyrical guitar playing, her dynamic stage presence, and her megawatt smile for over 25 years.
Six13 is a groundbreaking a cappella vocal band comprised of members from varied Jewish denominations and upbringings, bringing an unprecedented style and energy to Jewish music with nothing but the power of the human voice.
Emily Aronoff Teck is a Jewish Music Educator who believes in the power of informal education and utilizes music as her tool of choice. Emily's primary focus is early engagement of young Jewish children and their families through developmentally appropriate, enjoyable and meaningful musical experiences.
Josh Warshawsky inspires and engages Jews across generations through music and teaching. Josh has spent the last two years bringing new musical energy to children and adults of all ages in California.
Joey Weisenberg is the creative director of the Mechon Hadar's Center for Jewish Communal Music, which seeks to empower Jewish community-building through music. Joey works to educate and train communities around the world to unlock their musical and spiritual potential, and to make music a lasting and joy-filled force in Jewish life.
Natalie Young takes seriously the power of music, not just in her award-winning compositions, but in how she connects with people as a cantor at Temple Beth El in Aliso Viejo, California.