Cantor Solomon in retirement

I’m now retired from full time work in a synagogue. Baltimore Hebrew Congregation honored me last spring by giving me emeritus status. We’ve moved back up to Massachusetts to be close to the grandchildren, where we are getting the hang of our new...

Jews and the Folk Music Revival

Cantor Solomon and Cantor Jeff Klepper developed a program on Jews and the Folk Music Revival, which they presented October 18, 2015 at the Jewish Museum of Maryland. The multi-media production was viewed by a large audience in conjunction with their Paul Simon...

Jubilee Artist-In-Residence

During July, 2010, Cantor Solomon traveled to Australia for three weeks to be the Jubilee Artist-In-Residence, a program sponsored by the World Union for Progressive Judaism. Included in the programming was a Gala Jubilee Concert on July 25 in Sydney, as well as...

Music As Midrash

On April 30, Cantor Robbie Solomon was the Renaissance scholar-in-residence at Temple Sinai in Summit N.J. He was invited to speak about his music in a talk entitled “Music As Midrash”. The synagogue choir performed several of his...

Orphan Queen Success!

The recent showings of The Orphan Queen were a rousing success! My thanks to all the cast and crew for your brilliant performances and for making The Orphan Queen a musical that was enjoyed so thoroughly by so many...

March 15, 2009, at Congregation Beth Elohim

At Congregation Beth Elohim of Acton, MA, the temple choir will debut Elohai N’shama (“The Soul You have given us is pure”), one of the morning prayers. The piece was written by Robbie Solomon to honor the long and continuing service of Rabbi Lewis...

Shabbat Shirah

Cantor Solomon’s Friday night service, Zimrat Shalom, will receive its 20th anniversary performance at Congregation Neveh Shalom in Portland, OR.