Cantor Marcus Feldman
Named one of The Top Five Best New Voices in Jewish Music by The Forward, Marcus Feldman is the Senior Cantor of Sinai Temple. His voice has been heard at Dodger Stadium, The Getty Center and all over the world via his YouTube channel. Trained in opera as a tenor, Cantor Feldman graduated from the University of Southern California as a Renaissance Scholar in 2007. Ordained as a cantor in 2011 at the Academy for Jewish Religion, California, Cantor Feldman holds a Master of Jewish Sacred Music degree from the same institution, where he has also served as a Professor of Cantorial & Liturgical Studies. During his Cantorial studies, Cantor Feldman spent a semester in Jerusalem, Israel, studying Hazzanut with the renowned Cantor Naftali Herstik. Upon graduation, Cantor Feldman served as the Second Cantor of Stephen Wise Temple from 2011-2012, working alongside his mentor and longtime friend, Cantor Nathan Lam. In 2012, Cantor Feldman was appointed Senior Cantor of Sinai Temple, where he serves alongside the influential, prolific and internationally recognized Rabbi David Wolpe. At Sinai Temple, Cantor Feldman oversees the B’nai Mitzvah program and the entire music department. He has produced numerous musical programs, lectures and concerts. In 2017, he produced a professional album showcasing the multi-faceted music of Sinai Temple. Cantor Feldman instils the love of Jewish music within the next generation through the Meshorerim, a group of students from Alice and Nahum Lainer School and Sinai Temple Religious School, who share their voices on Shabbat mornings and during the High Holy Days.