Cantor Eliezer Kepecs is currently serving as Cantor of Kehillat Hillel, Kingsway Jewish Center - an orthodox community of Colonial Heights. Eliezer Kepecs has performed internationally in concerts of: Cantorial, Yiddish, Israeli, Neapolitan Folk; Italian, French and English songs including German opera. Appearances include: Avery Fisher Hall, The Colden Center, Lefrak Hall (A Seder in A Flat). Recent recordings by Cantor Kepecs include: In Concert, Cantorial Council of America (1993) The 2003 Cantors Concert, The Jewish Ministers Cantors Association of America & Canada. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and B.S. Jewish History and a Hebrew Teacher's Diploma as Hazzan (synagogue cantor) education, 1992 Yeshiva University. Eliezer Kepecs was on of 13 Cantors chosen to sing at the Great Synagogue of Rome and before Pope John Paul II at the Vatican, on January 18, 2005. Most recently he sang one of the title roles in the much acclaimed, “The Eglantine” – a modern opera which depicts the dark side of the European Holocaust.