His dedication to both traditional and modern Reform Jewish liturgical music is evident in his musical choices and emphasis on congregational participation during services. His unique ability to unite voices in harmony, coupled with insightful commentary, resonates with his personal belief: “music is the expression of the soul.”
His commitment to religious school teaching is central to his diverse range of skills, where he emphasizes engaging and dynamic instruction. In addition to educating children, he also brings his passion for music to his work in directing the Shabbat and High Holy Day choirs, harmonizing voices, and enhancing the worship experience. Furthermore, his specialization in interactive divrei Torah adds depth to his teachings and fosters a meaningful connection with Jewish principles. His keen interest in studying and teaching Talmud at multiple skill levels reflects his profound love for Jewish learning and tradition.
Having served various synagogues and camps across North America, his experience extends from the Midwest to the coasts, including positions in cities such as Malibu, New York City, Hilton Head, and Ottawa, Canada. His every effort is to enriche Jewish life and worship with a focus on the practical applications of Jewish teachings.