Cantor Daniel Pincus

4791 Broadway, 2F
New York, NY 10034-4928

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Cantor Pincus is a Cantor-At-Large, serving the Jewish and broader community in leading Jewish ceremonies, singing Jewish music, and working to advance general music education. 


Healthcare Chaplaincy, Lutheran Alliance Clinical Pastoral Education, 2005-2008
Hebrew Union College - Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music, 2000
Manhattan School of Music, MA, 1981
Columbia College, B.A., 1978

Cantor Dan is a member of the American Conference of Cantors and of the National Association of Jewish Chaplains.  

Together with shofar master Michael Chusid, he co-founded Shofar Corps.  Learn about their efforts at  

The Cantor taught shofar at the Union for Reform Judaism's Mifgash Musicale in Cincinnati, a summer program for adults who lead worship services.  

The Cantor's official singing bio:

Cantor Pincus has sung with the 92nd Street Y Schubertiade Concerts, Portland Baroque Orchestras, the New York Philharmonic, Long Island Baroque, The Berkshire Bach Society, The Alhambra Ensemble and The Clarion Music Society.  He has served on the faculty of The North American Jewish Choral Festival and last May he taught the first course on shofar playing in decades (maybe ever!) at his Alma Mater, the Hebrew Union College -Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music.  He has sung on recording, notably "Jane's Hand," a compilation of Jane Austen's favorite vocal music, on Decca and "The Songs of Solomon, Vol. 1," the Sabbath selections composed by the Renaissance Italian-Jewish composer Salamone Rossi Ebreo on Dorian.  He has served congregations in Ohio and New York.

This just in from Stephen Fox, music director of the Clarion Music Society:

"Dear Dan, 

Thank you for lending your expertise, beautiful voice and great musicianship to the Rossi project.  I'm excited to be doing this concert with you."

From a member of the High Holiday quartet who worked with Cantor Pincus in 2010:  

"And I must tell you that I still think of our wonderful High Holy Days together.  I have now sung at the temple for several years, and I must tell you that this past season was such a tremendous experience for me.  My dad was Jewish, so we celebrated some of the holidays when I was growing up.  And this past season, with you as Cantor, was not only a wonderful musical experience for me, but also a meaningful spiritual experience.  I cannot thank you enough."