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Lance Rhodes

Lance RhodesLANCE RHODES (1980 – ) is an established cantor, composer and arranger of Jewish music, with works published by URJ Books and Music and Shalshelet. He has been honored with the Max and Sol Feld Prize in Composition for two consecutive years. He has composed soundtracks for student films, headlined as the main performer and composer for events such as the March of Dimes Walk and University of Miami 9-11 Vigil, worked as a freelance arranger for Warner Bros. Publications, composed a theme song that was used for the national television show “National Lampoon’s Comedy Night School,” and been the music director for many choirs and bands.

Raised in Ormond Beach, Florida, Cantor Rhodes received his bachelor’s of music from the University of Miami in 2003 and was invested as a cantor from the Jewish Theological Seminary in 2009 with his master’s in sacred music. He is a dual member of both the Cantors Assembly and the American Conference of Cantors and was the interim cantor for Temple Emanu-El NYC during 2015 and 2016.

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