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Cantor Daniel A. Singer was born and raised in Wisconsin and now serves Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in Manhattan. He has served on the Executive Board of the American Conference of Cantors for several years and has assisted on a committee level in the areas of budget, fundraising, and worship, serving as the ACC Co-Chair for the Joint Commission for Worship Music and Religious Living in collaboration with the CCAR, GTM, URJ, and HUC. He recently accepted the position of Secretary on the Officer team for the ACC and is excited to have Communications as his portfolio in collaboration with the ACC’s Communications Manager. He has a BS in Music with a minor in Mass Communications from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, an MM in vocal performance from the University of Michigan, an MSM and Cantorial Ordination from the HUC-JIR Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music, and is completing an MA in Performing Arts Administration from NYU Steinhardt in 2016. Cantor Singer has served Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in New York City for ten years and has collaborated with his senior rabbi and synagogue staff team in executing a revolutionary new vision of worship and programming for an historical Reform congregation on the Upper West Side. He has won numerous high-level awards and national recognition for his rich bass voice. He is as comfortable singing grand opera as he is singing Broadway, pop, jazz, or folk music. He is an accomplished recording artist, multi-faceted guitarist, pianist and composer of new music both for the synagogue and stage. He is also a voice actor with national credits for radio, television, and animated feature films. He lives in Manhattan with his beautiful wife Lauren and his two adorable little boys, Aiden and Ariel. When he isn’t working, he enjoys reading, travelling, and relaxing with his family.