Cantor Israel Singer serves as the cantor of Temple Emanu-El of Closter, NJ since 1989 (formerly Temple Emanu-El of Englewood, NJ).

He also served in the prestigious Great Synagogues of Tel Aviv & Ramat Gan, Israel, as well as a guest cantor of the Great Synagogue in Jerusalem.

Cantor Singer started his singing career as a soloist of the prestigious Israel Defense Force Choir. Since then he appeared on concert stages, radio, and T.V. shows in Israel, Europe, the U.S., and Canada.

Among the highlights of his career are: singing in Gan Sacker, Jerusalem in front of fifty thousand people; a production of the Brooklyn Lyric Opera; various productions of the NY Jewish Theatre; and in The Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, NY.

He also sang at the inauguration of Governor Christie Whitman of NJ and the Jerusalem 3000 Celebration hosted by Governor George Pataki and Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Cantor singer produced the albums: In your Name, The Angle’s Dance, Av Harachamin, Call The Shabbat A Delight, and My Coolest Aliya.

Cantor Singer contributed to Dr. Mordechai Sobol’s albums of Karlibach compositions and The Best of Melave Malka, and his repertoire includes Jewish music as well as Broadway tunes & opera.