A tribute concert to Shalom Berlinski

Sunday, December 5, 2010 - 5:30pm

Union libérale israélite de France, 24 rue Copernic – 75116 Paris
Metro station: Boissière or Victor Hugo

The French Center of Jewish Music and the Fondation du Judaïsme Français join the four reformed Jewish communities of Paris (ULIF, MJLF, CJL, KG) to pay a tribute to Shalom Berlinski (1918-2008) who was the first cantor of the Grande Synagogue de la Victoire (Paris) from 1948 to 1979.

On this occasion, the cantors Adolphe Attia, Amand Benhamou and René Jasner will perform works by Samuel David, Emile Jonas, Louis Lewandowski, Léon Algazi…, accompanied by the ensemble choral Copernic directed by Itaï Daniel and with Nicole Wiener on the organ.

Wiew excerpts from the concert.


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