Joey Weisenberg is the creative director of Mechon Hadar’s Center for Jewish Communal Music. He is a mandolinist, guitarist, singer, and percussionist who has performed and recorded in a wide variety of musical styles. Joey has worked as the Music Director at Brooklyn’s oldest synagogue, the Kane Street Synagogue, and visits shuls and communities around the world as a musician-in-residence, in which he teaches his popular ‘Spontaneous Jewish Choir” workshops. He is the author of Building Singing Communities, published by Mechon Hadar. His CDs of original music, “Joey’s Nigunim Volumes I-V” are available here, and his instructional videos “Table Top Rhythms for Jewish Singing” can be found online.