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Mordechai Schram

Mordechai Schram is a fourth generation hazzan (cantor), a graduate of the JTS/HL Miller Cantorial School and longtime student of hazzan Noach Schall. His grandfather was a hazzan/shohet/mohel, and his great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather were both hazzanim from Kovne, Lithuania. Currently Mordy is a coach and educator in NYC where he lives with his wife Sonia Gordon-Walinsky. You can hear Mordy davven from time to time at Congregation Ramath Orah and look for upcoming Shabbatot with his choir kol rinah u’tefillah.

Mechitza service led by men Kol Rinah U'tefillah (Voice of Joy and Prayer)

Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat/Maariv (Friday Evening Services)

Ritual, Prayer & Spirituality, Shabbat

Just as there is a seder (an order) for our holy prayers, so too is there an ancient system of musical modes for each prayer service dependent on time and occasion. Both of these sacred liturgical and musical orders are called nusach. Join us for a traditional davvening (praying) with traditional nusach, hazzanut (cantorial music), congregational singing, and silent devotion. Hazzan Mordechai Schram. Note: No amplification or musical instruments will be used in this service. Seating will be separate by gender.


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