Katz, Noam

American. Born in Rochester, NY. Attended summers at URJ Eisner Camp in Great Barrington, MA. learning the world of contemporary Jewish music, and social activism. He released RAKIA, a collection of 12 original songs in Hebrew and English in 2001. His career really started taking off in the summer of 2003, bringing programs “to hundreds of campers and staff at Union for Reform Judaism summer camps. He performed at the 2003 NFTY Convention in Washington, D.C., as well as for over 5000 Reform Jewish leaders at their 2004 Biennial Convention in Minneapolis, MN.” Noam has also served as the cantorial soloist for Temple Isaiah in Lexington, MA.