Cantor Elizabeth Goldmann

Cantor Elizabeth Goldmann was born and raised in Closter, NJ, where she was lovingly nurtured by Temple Beth El clergy Emeritus Cantor Bar-Nissim and Rabbi Pomerantz. She was also a proud member of the original Temple Beth El Junior choir. After attending Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration, she went on to Hebrew Union College where she was ordained as a cantor and earned her master’s of sacred music in 1991. From 1991 to 2004, she served as cantor at Temple Beth Torah in Upper Nyack, New York where she founded the Regional Rockland/Bergen Junior Choir Festival, served on the faculty of the URJ’s Crane Lake Camp and created a Shabbat Torah study and minyan which has met weekly for over 25 years. Cantor Goldmann volunteers at the MacBain Farm in Closter, NJ, Meels-on Wheels, and the Joe Rasso Hospice Residence in New City, NY. She lives in Nanuet, NY with her husband, Michael, a local veterinarian, her daughter, Shira, her son Noah, two sweet cats and six charming chickens.  Click here to email Cantor Goldmann.

Cantor Goldmann joins us for Shabbat Services on July 27, 2018.