Hiney Ma Tov by Sulzer Featuring Cantor Rebecca Garfein
Adonai Sefatai Tiftach by Cantor Rebecca Garfein at Rodeph Sholom
"Don't Rain on My Parade" Featuring Cantor Rebecca Garfein 2014
Adon Olam- Master of the Universe by Uzi Hitman with Rebecca Garfein
Rebecca Garfein is a notable hazzan. She was born in Tallahassee, Florida, where she became a regular singer at her father’s synagogue. In 1985, thanks to a scholarship from the Shepherd School of Music, Garfein attended Rice University, from which she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of music. She earned a master's degree in sacred music and was invested as a cantor at HUC-JIR in 1993, after which she became the first cantor of Riverdale Temple in the Bronx, which was then a 53-year-old congregation. She is the first female senior cantor of Congregation Rodeph Sholom in New York City, and was the first female cantor to give a solo concert in Berlin, which she did in 1997, releasing a CD of the concert titled “Sacred Chants of the Contemporary Synagogue" in 1998. In 1998 at the Berlin Jewish Cultural Festival, she became the first female cantor to preside in a German synagogue. In 2001 Garfein was a soloist at the 350th anniversary concert of the Curaçao Jewish community.