Gala concert of the European Institute for Jewish Music – 4th edition

Organized by the Henriette Halphen Foundation, under the aegis of the Foundation for French Judaism

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11th 2018, 5h30pm, Salle Cortot - Paris, the EIJM invites you to its Great Gala Concert. PURCHASE TICKETS NOW on the EIJM’s online shop or book your seats by sending a bank check ordered to the IEMJ.

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11TH 2018, 5H30 PM at the CORTOT HALL - 78 rue Cardinet, 75017 Paris

The European Institute for Jewish Music is pleased to invite you to its gala concert

“Jewish Music in all its shapes” – 4th edition


PROGRAM


1st part

Françoise Atlan, accompanied by her oriental musicians (qanoun, oud, percussion)

A journey into the Judeo-Moroccan repertoire, the typical songs of the Algerian hawzi, and those of the famous Tunisian Jewish singer Habiba Msika

Francoise Atlan, with her beautiful voice, weaves a poetic and musical embroidery mixing Arab, Hebrew, Castilian and Judeo-Spanish cultures through wedding songs, lullabies, mystical and secular love songs, definitely Mediterranean.

2nd part

The Copernic Choral Ensemble

A varied repertoire mixing Yiddish songs for choir with the liturgical choruses of the 19th and 20th centuries

The Copernic Choral Ensemble, directed by Itaï Daniel, sings the works of the great repertoire of Jewish music, liturgical or profane, thus maintaining the high musical tradition that feeds the liturgy of Copernic..


PURCHASE TICKETS NOW !

The concert will be followed by a friendship drink with the artists (reserved for the gold, silver and platinum tickets)

Tickets fees : 15 €* - 25 € - 50 €** - 100 €** - 200 €** - 500 €**
* Fee for subscribers to the EIJM up to date with the 2018 membership (limited number of tickets) - Tickets to purchase only by bank check to the IEMJ, 29 rue Marcel Duchamp - 75013 Paris
** with a Cerfa receipt on the donation part, the donation represents the price of the ticket shortened of 15 €
(Example : for a 100 € ticket, a Cerfa receipt of 85 € will be given)

Reservation highly recommanded by telephone +33 1 45 82 20 52.
Contact : Jacqueline Roten : 01 45 82 20 52 – contact@iemj.org

PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS ONLINE
or send a bank check to the l’IEMJ, 29 rue Marcel Duchamp - 75013 Paris

tickets will be sold on spot, the day of the concert, at 4h45 pm

You can also support the European Institute for Jewish Music by making an online donation. A Cerfa receipt will be given to you.




Practical information :
SALLE CORTOT, Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, 78 rue Cardinet, 75017 Paris
Tel : +33 1 47 63 47 48
salle.cortot@ecolenormalecortot.com
http://www.sallecortot.com/
http://www.sallecortot.com/infos_pratiques.htm

Access :
Metro : line 3, station Malesherbes | line 2, station Monceau
Bus : lignes 31, 94 | Voiture : parking Villiers, 14 avenue de Villiers | Taxi : station au 155 bd Malesherbes
Vélib’ : 64 rue de Tocqueville ou 20 rue de Phalsbourg | Autolib’ : 46 Avenue de Villiers | 22bis rue Legendre

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