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April 20, 2015

London Klezmer Quartet

London Klezmer Quartet
Thursday 23 April, 7pm
SOAS Concert Series
Brunei Gallery, SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, London WC1X 0HG
FREE ENTRY
www.londonklezmerquartet.com
Posted by jmwc at 10:34 PM

The Yellow Ticket in Detroit

Friday 4/24/2015 7pm
Detroit Film Theatre, Detroit Institute of Art
5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48202

Klezmer violinist Alicia Svigals performs her original score live to 1918 silent film, with special guest, Seattle Symphony clarinetist Laura DeLuca

The work, which was awarded the Foundation for Jewish Culture's 2012 New Jewish Music Network commission, is currently touring the U.S. and Canada. Next stop: a return engagement at the Detroit Institute of Art. This performance, with Alicia on violin and pianist Marilyn Lerner, will also be a reprise performance of a new version of the score for clarinet, violin and piano, commissioned by Music of Remembrance and featuring Seattle Symphony clarinetist Laura DeLuca.

Remarkably progressive for its time, The Yellow Ticket (1918) is the first film to explore the discrimination of Jews in Tsarist Russia and stars famed Polish actress Pola Negri, Hollywood?s first European silent film star. Filmed on location in German-occupied Warsaw, it tells the story of Lea, a young woman who hides her Jewish heritage to study medicine. Pushed towards prostitution to pay the rent, Lea is saved by a beloved professor with a secret of his own.

Svigals performs her score live with Canadian new music virtuoso, pianist Marilyn Lerner.

Thanks to a grant from the Still Point Fund, Svigals' Yellow Ticket tour also premieres a newly digitized version of the film, created so that audiences can view it for the first time in almost a century at the proper speed, in high definition and with intertitles accurately translated from the original German.

WHEN: Friday, April 24, 2015 at 7 pm

WHERE: Detroit Film Theatre, Detroit Institute of Art
5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48202

Tickets: http://klezmerbyalicia.c.topica.com/maarXZPacl2VKbIFEx6eafpQav/

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Posted by jmwc at 10:14 PM

Yiddish Summer Weimar

Yiddish Summer Weimar will have an extensive array of programming in Yiddish music in the summer of 2015

For more information, visit their website at: http://www.yiddishsummer.eu/

Workshop Weeks (Workshopwochen)
From July 18 to August 9, Yiddish summer Weimar: offers beginner through advanced workshops in Yiddish instrumental music (klezmer), vocal music, dance, language, and more, taught by some of today's leading artists. With participants of all ages and from all around the world, Yiddish Summer workshops touch the mind, heart, soul, and body. You won't believe how much you can learn in an atmosphere that is so open and supportive! It's no wonder that many of today's most creative and successful Yiddish music projects have roots in Yiddish Summer Weimar. Concerts, jam sessions in outdoor cafés, Yiddish dance events, and more contribute to the justly famous "Yiddish Summer Weimar" atmosphere during the Workshop Weeks.

Festival Week (Festivalwoche)
From August 11-16, Yiddish Summer Weimar is designed especially with visitors to Weimar in mind. The evening program features a concert series with world-class artists and late-night jam sessions. The daily program features exciting events for the whole family, with something for all ages and levels of experiences. You can try whatever you like as often as you like: hands-on, mini-workshops in Yiddish language, klezmer music, song, dance and literature, even Yiddish cooking, a Jewish documentary film series, and more. There's also a youth band camp and a children's program.

Posted by jmwc at 10:10 PM

Anshe Emet’s 13th Annual Kaplan Concert Presents Alberto Mizrahi and Friends: A Global Mélange of Music

Anshe Emet's annual Kaplan Concert will honor Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi and his 25 years of service to the synagogue. The concert will include performances from world famous Hazzanim who will be in Chicago for the annual Cantors Assembly.

Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi
One of my goals as incoming President of the Cantors Assembly is to find ways to meld the traditional modes and magnificent music of our past with more contemporary melodies and musical interpretations.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 13, 2015 Anshe Emet Synagogue announced that its 13th Annual Dr. Arnold Kaplan Concert will be a musical celebration that will include participation from Hazzanim (Cantors) from all over the U.S. in honor of Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi’s 25 years of service to the Congregation and his installation, that evening, as president of the Cantors Assembly, the largest body of Cantors in the world.

The celebration called, Alberto and Friends: A Global Mélange of Music, is set for May 6, 2015, Wednesday, beginning at 7:30 at Anshe Emet, 3751 N. Broadway, Chicago, Il.

The Cantors Assembly will hold its annual convention in Chicago, May 3-7, drawing 250 Cantors from around the world. The meeting will culminate with the Kaplan concert that will feature a world class array of Hazzanim including, Roz Barak, San Francisco, CA; David Feuer, Palm Beach, FL, Herschel Fox, Encino, CA; Magda Fishman, Stamford, CT; Kim Komrad, Gaithersburg, MD; Jacob Benzion Mendelson, White Plains, NY; David Propis, Southfield, MI; Mike Stein, Woodland Hills, CA; Sol Zim, Hollis Hills, NY; with accompanist, Craig Terry (Lyric Opera), and special guests, Grammy Award winning Howard Levy and his ensemble.

“One of my goals as incoming President of the Cantors Assembly is to find ways to meld the traditional modes and magnificent music of our past with more contemporary melodies and musical interpretations, “ Hazzan Mizrahi said. “During the convention, we will spend a great deal of time exploring the history of Jewish music while we also seek out new musical experiences that the Cantors can bring to their synagogues to give their congregants additional paths to appreciate prayer and engage in spiritual life.

“We are calling the evening ‘Alberto Mizrahi and Friends’ because colleagues and close friends of mine from around the U. S. will participate. And the ‘Global Mélange of Music’ refers to the diverse music the concert goers will be able to enjoy, from Ladino music, Yiddish music, contemporary Israeli songs, Country style fiddling and an operatic duet,” Hazzan Mizrahi added.

Tickets are $20 and available at: ansheemet.org/Kaplan.

About Anshe Emet Synagogue
Anshe Emet Synagogue is one of the oldest and most prominent congregations of Conservative Judaism in America. It is well known for a variety of prayer services, a multi-generational membership and a broad range of programming.

Posted by jmwc at 10:05 PM

Eleanor Reissa Concert in NY

Sholem Aleichem Cultural Center-Bronx
Annual Holocaust Program
A concert by the well known Yiddish singer, actress and director Eleanor Reissa

Sunday, April 26th 2015 1:30 PM
Contribution: $3.50 Members free
Sholem Aleichem Cultural Center
3301 Bainbridge Avenue, Bronx

917-930-0295
Corner 208th street, nr. Montefiore Hospital
D train to 205th St. or 4 train to Moshulu Parkway
Posted by jmwc at 09:56 PM

April 01, 2015

International Yiddish Festival in Tel Aviv

The International Yiddish Festival will take place in Tel Aviv April 4-6 from Motzi Shabbat to Monday April 6 2015 at the Suzanne Dalal Center, Tel Aviv. For more information, go to the festival page at http://www.suzannedellal.org.il/?CategoryID=447

The Festival will feature Kayah (Poland) with special Trio Warszawo Ma. Yiddish and Klezmer songs from the rich Polish musical and cultural heritage, as well as Polish classics which have been translated to Hebrew and Yiddish and have become rooted in Israeli culture.
Jan Smoczyński - piano
Michał Miśkiewicz - drums
Michał Barański - bass

Ora Sittner sings the best of Itzik Manger
Ora Sittner performs the biggest classics by Itzik Manger, along Hebrew translations of his songs with music composed by Sasha Argov. An intimate and moving recital following Sittner's album "Nigun Sherodef Aharai" (A tune which follows me).
Piano and vocals – Ora Sittner

The Spielberg Klezmer group with the singers: Mendy Cahn, Avishai Fish and Svetlana Kundish Arum Dam Fier (Around The Fire)
The Spielberg Klezmer ensemble hosts three of the most prominent artists in the Israel Yiddish scene for a journey from the Shtetl to the city. Songs of love, freedom, Hasidism and redemption.
Posted by jmwc at 11:43 AM

March 18, 2015

Der Idisher Idol

International Festival of Composition and Interpretation of Yiddish Songs
will be held in Mexico City June 14, 2015.
Call for singers and composers!
The deadline for entry, to submit a video is April 13, 2015.
- The sign-up period closes on April 13, 2015. Contestants will be able to sign up through the official website: www.deridisheridol.com
Participation is open without restriction to age or gender, to singles or groups of Jewish communities.It is not even necessary to know Yiddish to participate! For full information, see the website of Der Idisher Idol at: http://www.deridisheridol.com/en/index.html
The website includes the rules for submission and registration for the competitions.
Posted by jmwc at 10:39 PM

CFP: Sholem Aleichem, 1916- 2016: Writing Place

CFP: Sholem Aleichem, 1916- 2016: Writing Place
International Conference
Jerusalem, 16-18 May 2016

The centennial of the death of Sholem Aleichem (Rabinovich), the most well-known and celebrated Yiddish author , creates an opportunity to revisit his life and work. His direct and indirect influence permeates literary, theatrical, and cinematic representations of East European Jewish life and, in his late work, America. Straddling the fine line between empathy and irony, Sholem Aleichem’s writing is a sensitive guide to the vicissitudes of cultural modernization, secularization, migration, and revolution.

As a research consortium based in four Israeli universities, the “Da’at Hamakom”/ ICORE Center for the Study of Cultures of Place in the Modern Jewish World invites interested scholars and senior graduate students to submit proposals (for individual papers or for panel sessions), which will aim to illuminate the various facets of “place” in Sholem Aleichem's oeuvre or in cultural representations derived from his work.

See more information below:
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Posted by jmwc at 09:37 PM

March 16, 2015

KlezCalifonia Finale in Berkeley Sunday March 22

Sunday, March 22,2015
1:00-6:00pm
Jewish Music Festival Finale and Dance Party. Sing, dance and be inspired to make your own music. Dancing led by international Jewish dance expert Steve Weintraub

1:00 - 1:30 Instant Klezmer Mandolin Orchestra
1:40 - 2:10 Nigunim Community Chorus
2:20 - 3:50 Pop-Up Chorus: Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah
4:00 - 6:00 Dance Party with Steve Weintraub and Veretski Pass

Presented in association with KlezCalifornia. Tickets: $15 general / $12 seniors, students, JCCEB members. Box office: 800.838.3006. More info: jewishmusicfestival.org.
At JCC of the East Bay, BERKELEY
Posted by jmwc at 11:00 PM

Dance Workshops with Steve Weintraub, March 17-19 2015

Dance in Berkeley, CA with Steve Weintraub!
Tuesday, March 17 - Thursday, March 19, 7:30pm, Steve Weintraub, Magician of Jewish Dance, presents three workshops:
Tuesday, Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Styles (Part 1). Dancing at a simkheh is not only a pleasure, it is also a mitzveh and a gift to those celebrating. Learn to show off with the Bottle Dance, and be part of a Human Roulette Wheel and the Crushing Walls!

Wednesday, Make 'Em Dance, for musicians and bands. Musicians will take turns dancing. Learn correct tempos and feeling for each dance style. Improved playing guaranteed!

Thursday, Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Style (Part 2). It's Yiddish barn dancing! Including the Jewish square dance called the sher, and a variety of other fun and social dances with ballroom roots.

Presented in association with KlezCalifornia. Tickets: $15/workshop, $25 for two, $39.99 for all three. Box office: 800.838.3006. More info: jewishmusicfestival.org.
At JCC East Bay, BERKELEY
Posted by jmwc at 10:57 PM

HaZamir At Avery Fisher Hall in NYC March 22

Join HaZamir for their Gala Concert March 22, 2015 at Avery Fisher Hall, New York City
Posted by jmwc at 10:46 PM

March 15, 2015

A Besere Velt Workshop in Boston

Do you and your child love to sing? Find out what it would be like to sing in A Besere Velt,
the Boston Workmen's Circle Yiddish Community Chorus
Special Workshop for Families
Sunday March 22
at the BWC building, 1762 Beacon St.
The workshop will be from 1-2 pm
Pizza lunch provided at 12:30; workshop begins at 1pm
Our new Chorus Director, Steve Lipsitt,
will give families a taste of the chorus experience, learning to sing a few songs in harmony. Parents, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles or family friends can come with children ages 9 and up Knowledge of reading music or Yiddish not necessary -just a love of singing.

A Besere Velt - A Better World - is a 70-member multi-generational community chorus that weaves the irrepressible idealism of Yiddish folk music into a vision of justice and humanity for the 21st century.
Please RSVP: jenny@circleboston.org
Posted by jmwc at 07:06 PM

Yiddish Songfest in NYC

City Lore presents Zingeray: Yiddish Songfest
Wednesday, March 18th 6:30 - 8pm
Admission is $15.00
City Lore
56 East 1st Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues
with
Ethel Raim, Carol Freeman, Janet Leuchter, Esther Gottesman, Josh Waletsky, Gerry Marcus, Sarah Gordon
songs will be sung a cappella in the unaccompanied Yiddish tradition, followed by audience participation
http://citylore.org/event/yiddish-songfest/
The music will be preceded by a 10 minute talk by Yiddishist Ross Perlin about Yiddish in New York and on the Lower East Side, going back to a time when “First and First was a Yiddish Speaking intersection.” Following the music, we invite the audience to share of their favorite Yiddish songs, stories, words, and mementos, led by Elissa Sampson.
Buy tickets here
Posted by jmwc at 06:57 PM

March 09, 2015

HaZamir at Avery Fisher Hall in LIncoln Center

HaZamir at AVERY FISHER HALL
SUNDAY MARCH 22, 2015
HaZamir: The International Jewish High School Choir makes its debut at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 4pm.
10 Lincoln Center Plaza, Columbus at 65th Street, NYC
Train #1 or #2 to West 66 Street
350 singers from cities across America and Israel. Maestro Matthew Lazar is founder and director. HaZamir draws together a network of 21 American chapters, 5 Israeli chapters and 60 alumni. Each chapter trains its singers throughout the year in a sophisticated repertoire of classical and contemporary Jewish choral music.

PROGRAM FEATURES
Music from 3 continents (US, Europe and Asia) spanning 3 centuries and 3 languages, English, Hebrew and Yiddish. The program displays the high caliber and variety of Jewish music available in the 21st century and also demonstrates the commitment and discipline of the singers, who master a demanding repertoire and learn about their heritage in the process. The concert boasts a dazzling array of vocal arrangements ­ from soaring, large-scale works sung by the entire choir, to smaller ensembles, to demanding solos.

SPECIAL AWARD
Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer will receive the Zamir Choral Foundation’s Kinor David Award. "Music has always been a golden thread running through my life. It helped me maintain my connection with the past and gave me the strength to overcome the losses and dislocations in my life. Listening to the HaZamir teenagers fills me with joy and the hope for a brighter future."she says.

TICKETS $180, $100, $75, $60, $50, lc.lincolncenter.org/shows/211975
or CenterCharge:212-721-6500

For more Info, visit: http://www.zamirchoralfoundation.org/
Posted by jmwc at 06:53 PM

March 06, 2015

Victoria Hanna -- Alephbet Song

Victoria Hanna acts as lead singing and acting in this piece on the Hebrew alphabet.

Posted by jmwc at 12:42 PM

March 04, 2015

I'm done dressing up for you Video

Another take on a Vashti song by Girls in Trouble :

Posted by jmwc at 06:23 PM

March 03, 2015

Itzhak Perlman: "In the Fiddler's House" Anniversary

Carnegie Hall
Presented by National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF]
Performance Tuesday, March 31, 2015 | 7:30 PM
Itzhak Perlman: "In the Fiddler's House"
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
http://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2015/3/31/0730/PM/Itzhak-Perlman-In-the-Fiddlers-House/

Maestro and violinist Itzhak Perlman joins the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (NYTF) for its centennial gala concert presentation of "In the Fiddler's House.” The performance features Klezmer musicians Michael Alpert, Alan Bern, Kurt Bjorling, Judy Bressler, Frank London, Hankus Netzky, Lorin Skamberg, Andy Statman, and The Klezmer Conservatory Band, along with special guests. Performers

Itzhak Perlman, Violin
Michael Alpert, Vocals, Guitar, Accordion, and Violin
Alan Bern, Piano
Kurt Bjorling, Bass Clarinet and Tsimbl
Judy Bressler, Vocals and Percussion
Frank London, Trumpet
Hankus Netzky, Music Director, Saxophone, and Piano
Lorin Skamberg, Vocals and Accordion
Andy Statman, Clarinet and Mandolin
The Klezmer Conservatory Band

Posted by jmwc at 12:08 PM

Coming Out of Hibernation Purim Beach Party

Andy Statman Trio
Andy Statman, Jim Whitney and Larry Eagle
After lots of shivering and shoveling, we're back and busy - and celebrating with the perfect antidote to the weather:
a Purim Beach Party!
Tuesday 3 March at 8PM -
The Charles Street Synagogue
53 Charles St (@ West 4th) New York NY
http://www.andystatman.org/The_Andy_Statman_Trio/Welcome.html
Posted by jmwc at 12:04 PM

The Bluegrass Kabbalat Shabbat Experience

Featuring Naomi Less
Friday | March 6 | Service at 6:15pm

Join Matt Check and Naomi Less for a Kabbalat Shabbat experience featuring both traditional and newly composed melodies, infused with the vitality of bluegrass rhythms.
With musicians Jordan Shapiro, Sarah Alden, Jacob Tilove & Max Johnson.
Cost: $15 per person.
CLICK ON THE BELOW LINK TO REGISTER https://mcheck.wufoo.com/forms/the-bluegrass-kabbalat-shabbat-experience/
Jalopy Theatre and School of Music
315 Columbia St, Brooklyn, New York 11231
Posted by jmwc at 11:37 AM

In Honor of Purim... Happy Purim!

A montage of images of Jewish dancing, including a clip from the (Mad) Adventures of Rabbi Jacob, a French comedy film.

Posted by jmwc at 11:09 AM

In Honor of Purim ... Purim Songs Mizrachi style

Traditional Purim songs with a Mizrachi style twist.

Posted by jmwc at 11:01 AM

In Honor of Purim ... Shake Your Grogger Song

Michelle Citrin presents the Shake Your Grogger song.

Posted by jmwc at 10:52 AM

In Honor of Purim... the Vashti Song

Felicia Sloin has a video of her "Vashti's Song".

Posted by jmwc at 10:49 AM

Dance Workshops with Steve Weintraub, March 17-19 2015

Tuesday, March 17 - Thursday, March 19, 7:30pm, Steve Weintraub, Magician of Jewish Dance, presents three workshops:
Tuesday, Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Styles (Part 1). Dancing at a simkheh is not only a pleasure, it is also a mitzveh and a gift to those celebrating. Learn to show off with the Bottle Dance, and be part of a Human Roulette Wheel and the Crushing Walls!

Wednesday, Make 'Em Dance, for musicians and bands. Musicians will take turns dancing. Learn correct tempos and feeling for each dance style. Improved playing guaranteed!

Thursday, Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Style (Part 2). It's Yiddish barn dancing! Including the Jewish square dance called the sher, and a variety of other fun and social dances with ballroom roots.

Presented in association with KlezCalifornia. Tickets: $15/workshop, $25 for two, $39.99 for all three. Box office: 800.838.3006. More info: jewishmusicfestival.org.
At JCC East Bay, BERKELEY
Posted by jmwc at 10:39 AM

30th Jewish Music Festival East Bay

Some of the Events in San Francisco at the Jewish Music Festival:
Thursday, March 5, 8:00pm, The Klezmatics. Mystical, provocative, reflective and ecstatically danceable! Opening night of 30th Jewish Music Festival. Tickets: $30 general / $26 seniors, students, JCCEB members.
At The New Parish, OAKLAND

Saturday, March 7, 8:00pm, Hazonos, with Cantor Jack Mendelson, Frank London, Anthony Coleman, and Friends. Classical Jewish liturgical music sung by a master. Tickets: $26 general / $22 seniors, students, JCCEB members.
At Temple Sinai, OAKLAND

Sunday, March 8, 8:00pm, Kitka. Yiddish songs with internationally renowned women's vocal ensemble. Tickets: $26 general / $22 seniors, students, JCCEB members.
At Freight and Salvage, BERKELEY.

More info on all Jewish Music Festival events: 510.848.0237 X126, jewishmusicfestival.org. Tickets: 800.838.3006 or via website.
Posted by jmwc at 10:35 AM

March 01, 2015

Handel's Israel in Egypt March 7 in Boston

Presented by the Metropolitan Chorale, Lisa Graham, Music Director
in collaboration with the Zamir Chorale of Boston
Joshua Jacobson, Artistic Director

Saturday, March 7, 2015, 8:00 pm
New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall,
30 Gainsborough St., Boston
$30 Adults
$25 Students, seniors, and WGBH & Coolidge Corner Theatre members
$20 Groups of 10 or more
manager@zamir.org
Posted by jmwc at 11:07 PM

Zingeray: A Little Yiddish in NY

Yiddish Book Sale and Zingeray
Monday, March 9, 2015
Booksale (4-7 PM) Zingeray (7-8 PM) at CYCO Books
51-02 21st Street, #A-2 (7th floor).

Directions: Subway-Take the 7 train to the 2nd stop in Queens, Hunters-Point. Walk to 21st street. Turn left, cross the street, and walk over a small bridge. Car: Auto- Take Queens Mid-Town Tunnel. We are the first building you see as you exit the tunnel. Take the extreme right toll both to pay toll. Take an immediate Right at the Borden Avenue Exit. Left turn onto Borden Avenue, first left on to 21st street. Start to look for parking - 51-02 21st Street.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1595208970694484 An evening of Nahum Stutchkoff's works
Wednesday, March 18, 20157:00 PM(NYC - Location TBA)
With readings and songs by the great Yiddish linguist, radio personality and playwright
Featuring Shane Baker, Leyzer Burko, Miryem-Khaye Seigel, Steve Sterner and Suzanne Toren
Sponsored by the Congress for Jewish Culture
http://congressforjewishculture.org/
kongres@earthlink.net
Posted by jmwc at 11:03 PM

From Paris to Peretz: A Musical Tour with JPPC

Tickets now on sale!
Sunday, May 31, 2015
4:30 PM
New York City
From Paris to Peretz: A Musical Tour Jewish People's Philharmonic Chorus
Conductor Binyumen Schaechter
Featured soloists
Cantor Joel Caplan
Di Shekhter-tekhter (Reyna & Temma)
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Posted by jmwc at 10:57 PM

February 28, 2015

Two Life-Long Journeys Through Jewish Music

The Ken Maltz/Sy Kushner Klezmer Duo
Feb 28, 2015
8pm
recologie
49 Lawton Street
New Rochelle, NY 10801
914-278-9350
info@recologie.com

Ken Maltz and Sy Kushner's combined experience in the field of Jewish music is over 80 years. From time to time, they have collaborated on each others' projects, Ken recording and performing as a guest artist with the Sy Kushner Jewish Music Ensemble and assisting in the release of Sy's very popular klezmer music transcription fake books, while Sy has performed with Ken's bands including Kapelye, one of the first bands of the klezmer revival. They have come together as a duo to perform lesser known, but beautiful works within the klezmer repertoire as well as original works.

RESERVE TICKETS
Posted by jmwc at 09:39 AM

February 27, 2015

Academic Conference on Jewish Liturgical Music in Leeds, UK

For the first time in Britain an International Academic Conference is being devoted to the music of Jewish prayer. Internationally acclaimed scholars in Jewish liturgical music will lead the programme presented jointly by the School of Music, University of Leeds and the Academic Wing of the European Cantors Association.

University of Leeds, UK
Tuesday 16 – Friday 19 June 2015

The conference is organised in association with the international research project Performing the Jewish Archive, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Supported by the Jewish Music Institute, SOAS University of London

More details email conference@cantors.eu
or see http://www.mmm.leeds.ac.uk/magnified-sanctified
and
www.cantors.eu

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Professor Emeritus Eliyahu Schleifer, Professor of Sacred Music and Director of the School of Sacred Music at HUC-JIR/ Jerusalem, Israel
Professor Mark Kligman, Professor of Jewish Music University of California, Los Angeles, CA
Professor Rabbi Jeffrey Summit, Research Professor, Tufts University, Medford/Somerville, MA (near Boston)
Posted by jmwc at 09:19 PM

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