Benny Rogosnitzky was born in Liverpool, England, but spent his early schooling in the Netherlands and Johannesburg. At the age of nine, the world-renowned cantor Johnny Gluck discovered his liturgical talents and put him in his choir as a child soloist. When Benny Rogosnitzky returned to his native England at the age of 16, he was invited to lead High Holiday Services at prestigious Brighton and Hove Synagogue. At the same time, he continued his Jewish Studies in the Manchester Yeshiva. After that, he enrolled at the Royal Manchester School of Music and Art, where he earned his Master’s Degree in Music Theory.
Benny Rogosnitzky, also known as “Cantor Benny” has lectured widely on Cantorial music and its application to prayer. He has lectured widely on music and its application to prayer and served as a guest lecturer at the Yale Conservatory of Music in the USA. He has taught and guided many of today's well-known cantors. Rogosnitzky also gives classes and maintains a rigorous regime of study and practice of traditional and modern liturgy and music.