Agenda

Ta’am

Musée d'Art et d'Histoire du Judaïsme - Auditorium Hôtel de Saint-Aignan - 71, rue du Temple, 75003 Paris, France

Choreography: Jessica Bonamy Music and Oud: Abderraouf Ouertani Dance and Song : Amalia Alba, Jessica Bonamy Set design: Antonin Heck A creation by the Safra Company, in co-production with the mahJ In her piece Ta'am, choreographer Jessica Bonamy starts with te'amim, the vocalization signs of Hebrew liturgical texts. She echoes these sung tropes with the

London Concert

La Scala de Paris 13, boulevard de Strasbourg, 75010 Paris, France

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10€ – 15€

Concert REQUIEM XIX

SYNAGOGUE JEM - COPERNIC 24 rue Copernic, 75116 Paris, France

A great opportunity to celebrate the end of Yom Kippur together. An exceptional work for rebirth and peace sung for the first time in three languages (Latin, Hebrew and literary Arabic) inspired by the theme of the Tower of Babel. The world after sung by 50 choristers, solo soprano and instrumental ensemble in an original

Together for Chanukah

VISIOCONFERENCE , France

An evening of study and music to light up the holiday, organized by the Alliance Israélite Universelle Lighting of the 3rd Hanukkah candle in VISIOCONFERENCE With: Armand Abécassis, Philosopher Judith of the Marx Sisters, Singer Hervé Roten, Musicologist Students of the Alliance Georges Leven high school Free registration required on: https://www.aiu.org/fr/event/305

Free

International conference – From the Music of the Portuguese synagogue in the 19th to the Rolf Lieberman Era in the 20th century

Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg Harvestehuder Weg 12, 20148 Hamburg, Allemagne

International conference at the University of Music Hamburg 1. – 3. March 2022 The presence of Jewish Culture in Europe is going back to the times of the Roman Empire. In 2021 Germany has celebrated 1700 years of Jewish life and culture. The city of Hamburg decided in 2020 to rebuild the large synagogue on

Free Entrance

THE “NEW JEWISH SCHOOL OF SAINT-PETERSBURG”

Archives nationales / Hôtel de Soubise 60, rue des Francs Bourgeois, 75003 Paris, France

As part of the 17th Festival of Jewish Cultures ORGANIZED BY THE EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF JEWISH MUSIC, THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND THE FSJU Sarah Iancu, cello David Bismuth, piano In 2016, Sarah Iancu, principal cellist of the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse and David Bismuth, virtuoso pianist, presented their first opus Hebrew Melodies, volume 1 at

12€

Les Assoc’s en fête

Espace des Blancs Manteaux  48 rue Vieille du Temple, 75004 Paris, France

An event proposed by the Yiddish sans Frontière association, the Paris Centre Town Hall and the FSJU with the participation of members Among the organisations present: Aki Estamos, Al Syete, Amis de la CCE, Centre Medem, Cercle Bernard Lazare, Liberté du Judaïsme, Maison de la Culture Yiddish, OSE, FSJU-AUJF, European Institute of Jewish Music*, Les

Free entrance