Anshe Emet Synagogue has a prestigious and lengthy history in the world of Jewish liturgical music. Anshe Emet has benefited from the distinguished leadership of some of the world’s most preeminent cantors and musicians. Cantor Rachel Brook brings her magnificent voice and love of Jewish choral music to the Congregation.  For thirty years, the Synagogue has been privileged to share the gift of Alberto Mizrahi, Hazzan Emeritus as one of the world’s leading interpreters of Jewish music.  Anshe Emet is fortunate to include Cantor Elizabeth Berke in its sacred music department as Hazzan Sheni.  The Music Team looks forward to inspiring the congregation with the beauty of our tradition.

Cantor Rachel Brook
The Arnold H. Kaplan, M.D. Cantorial Chair



Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi
Hazzan Emeritus




Cantor Elizabeth Berke
Hazzan Sheni & Director of Continuing Education



Birkat HaChodesh (Meir Finkelstein)
Hallelujah/Psalm 150 (Leonard Cohen)
Eitz Chayim (Tanchum Portnoy)
Hallelujah/Psalm 150 (Debbie Friedman)
Oseh Shalom (Elana Jagoda)
Yedid Nefesh (Pursa)
Tzadik Katamar (Yosef Karduner)
Ahavah Rabbah (Anna Jacobs)
Mi Shebeirach (Oran Eldor)
Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Harold Arlen)
Just for fun, here is V’shamru by Rothblum with my daughter, Lila, which we love to sing together every Friday