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The Cantor's Project

Cantor Jack Mendelson is one of America’s most influential cantors, or “chazzanim.”  In addition to his day job at Temple Israel Center in White Plains, NY, he also teaches and coaches several days a week at the Reform and Conservative seminaries.  The Cantor’s Project picks up where director Erik Greenberg Anjou’s previous A Cantor’s Tale left off.  With only two years left on Jack’s current synagogue contract, and amidst diminished budgets and an ultra-competitive job market for spiritual leaders, Jack and his passionate campaign for traditional prayer modes are far from an assured legacy.

How To Donate: 

All donations for the production and distribution of The Cantor’s Project are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

If you would like to make a donation online, please click here:

DONATE TO AUBURN SEMINARY OR HARTLEY FILM FOUNDATION
(HARTLEY ONLY UNTIL DECEMBER 1ST)

Auburn Update 

Research and development on The Cantor’s Project is wrapping up as director Erik Greenberg prepares to start production on the film.

For More Information 
For more information, you can contact Laura Healy, Program Administrator at Auburn at:
 
Phone: 212-870-3155 or 212-662-4315
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.auburnseminary.org

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