Alyssa Rosenbaum graduated Cum Laude from Lawrence University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in German and a minor in Linguistics. After graduating, Alyssa served as a High Holiday soloist at her hometown synagogue, Congregation Beth Shalom in Northbrook , Illinois. Realizing her calling to the Cantorate, she was pointed in the direction of AJRCA by her cantor, Hazzan Steven Stoehr.
After learning to play guitar, Alyssa began writing Jewish/liturgical songs, as well as some secular songs, many of which she has shared within her communities. Alyssa is in the process of producing her debut album of Jewish music and looks forward to sharing her music with the world. She has performed in programs for the Benefactors of the Jewish Club of 1933, Temple Ahavat Torah, and the Jewish Home for the Aging, and has appeared in numerous concerts in the Los Angeles area. During her time at AJRCA, Alyssa worked as Cantorial intern and taught Hebrew and trope at Sinai Temple in Los Angeles. She also worked as Cantorial Soloist at Temple Beth Ami in Santa Clarita.