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Ben Zimet

Ben Zimet (vocals and narration), Nicole Uzan (vocals), Maurice Delaistier (musical direction-violin, guitar, piano), Gabi Levasseur (accordion, piano) The CD of the last show by Ben Zimet with (…) Read more

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Klezmanouche

Klezmanouche offers a meeting between « klezmer » music (Jewish music from the Yiddishland) and Gypsy jazz. These musical traditions share the same fervor in its musical interpretation, as well as (…) Read more

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Cordoue 21

Sandra Bessis & Rachid Brahim-Djelloul The spirit of Cordoba ? This Cordoba is no long since more than nine or ten centuries. And what about it in the beginning of this 21st century ? This (…)
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Yiddish Glory

Released in 2018 in USA by Six Degrees Records, the CD Yiddish Glory features 18 Yiddish songs, written by Jews from Soviet Union. Songs that we had thought lost (…) Read more

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Yahudice

CD of Judeo-Spanish songs from Istanbul, Izmir, Thessalonica and Jerusalem. Booklet in English, Turkish, Judeo-Spanish and Hebrew, published in 2003 by KALAN editions, in (…)
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Mes joyeux compagnons

Since 2010, the band Kalarash explores klezmer music and music from the Balkans (Romania and Greece) with their strings instruments, violin, double bass, tsimbl, and their polyglot (…)
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The Jews in Maghreb through their singers and musicians in the 19th and 20th century

Specialist of Iranian Jewish culture, Alain Chaoulli presents in his book a wide panorama of Judeo-Arab-Andalusian music of the three countries from the Maghreb, Algeria, Morocco and (…)
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Le Petit Mish-Mash

New CD, released on December 6, 2019 in France, featuring 15 tracks of klezmer, gypsy and Romanian music.
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Jacques OFFENBACH

Illustrated biography, released in October 2019 by Editions Bleu Nuit, on the occasion of the bicentenary of the birth of Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880) Read more

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Decile a mi Amor

These recordings are a tribute to the rich musical tradition of the Sephardim from Tetuan, under the direction and based on the research of the Israeli ethnomusicologist Susana Weich-Shahak, and (…) Read more

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Symposium and concerts Vox Aurea-Via Sacra 2014 - Sacred Jewish music

Sunday September 7th, 2014, 18200 Saint-Armand Montrond Sacred music holds an essential place in Jewish music history. All day long, conferences (…)

The night of theology - 4th edition

Thursday January 30th, 2020 from 7 pm to 11h30 pm. An evening dedicated to relations between music and religion, and then to the ecological (…)

Jewish Music: When Singular is Plural

Wednesday November 6, 2019, 6 pm a lecture by Hervé Roten, Director of the European Institute of Jewish Music, at the Pontifical Gregorian (…)

Jacques Offenbach and friends - From the Synagogue to the Opera

NEW RELEASE AT THE EIJM’S PUBLISHING HOUSE. This CD makes us discover the original Hebrew works of Isaac and Jacques Offenbach, Giacomo Meyerbeer, (…)

Symposium in Hannover : Magnified and Sanctified, The Music of Jewish Prayer II

From the 9th to the 12th September 2019 at the Hannover university (GERMANY), international symposium on Jewish liturgical music. Hervé Roten, (…)