H. L. Miller Cantorial School provides a strong foundation in liturgy, music, and Jewish studies—complemented by innovative approaches to prayer—all preparing students to shape joyful and soulful Jewish communities.
Our curriculum brings together musical creativity and spirituality, historic texts, and cutting-edge professional training, with a focus on developing cantors who can meet the evolving needs of today’s Jewish communities. Students can take advantage of JTS’s unparalleled resources, pursuing advanced training in The Davidson School, the Gershon Kekst Graduate School, the Center for Pastoral Education, and the Block / Kolker Center for Spiritual Arts.
If you’re ready to share your passion for music and love of Judaism by becoming a hazzan, you will find the training and mentoring you need at H. L. Miller Cantorial School.
Application Process and Deadlines
Students interested in applying to H. L. Miller Cantorial School should arrange for a preliminary discussion six months to a year before their anticipated enrollment date. Find out more about contacting our admissions staff, completing the application, interviews and auditions, and more.
Academic Programs and Professional Training
Learn about our flexible three-to-five-year curriculum, the Hazzan and MA diplomas, our dual-degree option, internship placements, and more.
The best way for interested students to get a feel for our school is to come visit. Find information about open house events, attending classes, joining a chorus practice, tours, and more.
Students of H. L. Miller Cantorial School enjoy a vibrant campus culture. Learn about visits from cantors in the field, the chorus, campus events, and more.
Tuition and Financial Aid
H. L. Miller Cantorial School is committed to ensuring qualified students are able to finance their JTS education. Explore financial aid details, merit fellowships, and more.