Transforming Traditions offers expert officiating, tutoring, teaching and coaching for all Jewish life-cycle services.
Guidance & Officiating
Cantor Bach collaborates with you as you come to know the transformative power of ancient rituals cast in the modern world, including Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Baby Namings, Funerals and Special Events. She is available for Officiating at ceremonies as well as helping you, as desired, every step of the way.
The icing on the cake was that Nancy has a beautiful chanting voice.
Specialized Teaching & Tutoring
We teach, coach and mentor students and couples as they prepare for their special life events. Teaching sessions are geared to you and your family, around an individualized course of study and customized home preparation. Tutoring is also available to those preparing for B’nei Mitzvah with their own Synagogue community but seeking additional teaching support.
Our friends and family . . . are still telling us how beautiful and special our unusual ceremony turned out to be.
Speaker Coaching & Counseling
Cantor Bach is also a Communications Coach for business leaders and senior managers across the country — in both Jewish and non-Jewish settings, in person and on Zoom. She often uses this experience coaching her teenage students, as they prepare for public speaking at their own Bar/Bat Mitzvah.
…Cantor Bach is a catalyst with infectious energy and unique style of connecting…
Collaborating with students of all ages, couples, families, and individuals seeking to understand how they can connect with the power of Jewish life.
Cantor Bach was “attentive, supportive, understanding, and flexible for our nontraditional needs.”
Helping our clients experience their own destinies and understand each other more deeply by guiding them through Jewish practices and teachings.
Bach’s program “cultivated a strong sense of Judaism in our family that was enhanced by open communication, trust, and loyalty.”
The flexibility to customize the process to your family’s personal needs, children’s ranging abilities and your own interests and expectations.
“We were completely at ease and felt like we were able to really be ourselves with the Cantor.”