Humans of Hebrew College Cantor Lynn Torgove, MAJS’11, Can’12

By Wendy Linden
Cantor Lynn Torgove
Cantor Lynn Torgove

“In Berlin, the conversation about what we remember, what we believe in and how we represent that to each other is not only about talking, it is about acting. Nothing could be more powerful than to be standing under a huge menorah on Hanukkah, erected right beneath the Brandenburg Gate in what was once East Berlin. Judaism is the model for this kind of moving and difficult conversation – one that is mirrored here at Hebrew College.” (1 of 2)

(Cantor Lynn Torgove, MAJS’11, Can’12, Head of Vocal Arts and Adjunct Instructor, The School of Jewish Music at Hebrew College)

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