Cantor Rosner has always been dedicated to the Jewish Community. “My love for the Torah and the Jewish People is the main reason why I’m a cantor. I want to do whatever I can do to inspire the young and old back to their roots.”
Cantor Rosner’s philosophy is reflected in his actions: holding study groups for people that want to grow and become more active Jews and providing comfort by visiting the sick. A member of the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C., Cantor Rosner is also involved with P’Tach, Boys Town Yeshiva in Israel and National Jewish Outreach. Perhaps his willingness to give of himself to the community is hereditary. On his father’s side of the family, many are rabbis, living in Israel and involved in Jewish education.
The cantor’s own educational background is quite prestigious. He studied at Sh’or Yoshuv Yeshiva under Rabbi Shlomo Freifeld, at Chofetz Chaim Yeshiva and Beis Yechekel. He studied Talmud and Bible under Rabbi Issur Yehuaah Weinberg and voice under Professor Alex Lorber. He also studied voice under Cantor Oscar Berry-Nusach and Cantor Ritter.
Honored for his work and devotion for Israel Bonds and the UJA. Cantor is married to his beloved Valerie and both Cantor and Valerie are happily residing in their home in West Hempstead with their two beautiful children.