Cantor Alicia Stillman

Alicia Stillman is proud to serve as the Cantor of beautiful Temple Judea.  A native New Yorker, Cantor Alicia received her cantorial training from and was ordained in 2013 by the Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music of the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion.  She has an extensive background in theater and music, holds a Master's degree from the Hebrew Union College and a Bachelor's degree from Brandeis University, after which she performed in New York theater, national tours, and regional theater.

Cantor Alicia moved to West Palm Beach in 2003 with her husband Phillip and two young sons, Ben and Coby.  She was a Labor Support Doula and Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator having worked at Beth Israel Hospital in NYC and again at Bethesda Memorial Hospital in Boynton Beach.  she has taught Judaic enrichment and music at the JCC in West Palm Beach and has led many family and "tot" programs and services throughout the community. Along with Rabbi Kapitulnik, their JCC program "Shalom Baby" brought Jewish connections to hundreds of new Jewish families in the community.  This mindful outreach ultimately led to a partnership with the 92nd Street Y and bringing their "Shababa" program to Temple Judea.

Cantor Alicia has performed in Cantorial concerts in New York, Florida and Israel.  Her love of Israel, Israeli music and the Hebrew language prompted her participation in Riding4Reform this spring, a 5 day cycling fundraiser which benefits the Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism.

She has served at Cantorial Inter at New York City's historic Central Synagogue, was the recipient of the Rabbi Richard J. Jacobs Prize for creative and imaginative Avodah, the Temple Israel of Boston Cantorial Prize, and is a Star/Tisch Leadership Fellow of the Hebrew Union College.  She is a former board member of Orah North County Hadassah, a member of the Actors Equity Assn, Lamaze International and the American Conference of Cantors where she serves on their National Board.  Cantor Alicia is proud to have appeared with the Palm Beach Pops in their holiday concert at the Kravis Center as well as written and performed multiple concerts for Temple Judea.

The sounds of Cantor Alicia Stillman

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