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Cantor Mo Glazman

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Cantor Mo Glazman received his Bachelor of Science degree from McGill University and was awarded a Master of Sacred Music degree from the Hebrew Union College, Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music, from which he was ordained. For his thesis and recital he wrote, produced and starred in a musical based on the life and music of Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt. After his ordination, Cantor Glazman joined the Cantors’ Assembly and the American Conference of Cantors, of which he has been an active member.

Cantor Glazman has appeared in concerts throughout Europe, Israel and North America. He was tenor soloist for Handel’s Israel in Egypt with the Westchester Chorale and Orchestra and a guest performer at the Jewish Cultural Festival of Berlin. He has concertized at Lincoln Center, Merkin Hall, the National Opera Center and Studio 54.

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Cantor Glazman’s repertoire spans the cantorial, Broadway, classical and folk genres, which he has performed with world-renowned cantors, gifted opera singers and acclaimed musical theater artists. He has produced and recorded Kabbalat Shabbat, a CD of liturgical music and is featured on a CD celebrating the music of The March of the Living. His most recent album is Soul on the Seventh Day, a Motown-like prayer experience called “Jewish Soul.”

Cantor Glazman has served as senior cantor for Central Synagogue in Manhattan and Congregation Kol Ami in White Plains, NY. In both synagogues he launched and instituted numerous musical initiatives and multi-generational arts programs that have enriched the lives of congregants. He has conducted choirs and musical ensembles, and he plays the violin and guitar. Cantor Glazman is married to Rachel Feld-Glazman. Together, he and Rachel perform lullabies seven nights a week for their two young sons.

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