The interculturality in Jewish music

As part of the Festival of Jewish Culture, in Paris, on June 29, 2011

A filmed lecture by Hervé Roten, ethnomusicologist, director of the EIJM (called at the time French Center of Jewish Music)

Watch the lecture below

This lecture was followed by a round table on today’s Jewish music, with Claude Szwimer, director of the music label JUMU, Laurence Haziza, artistic director of the Festival Jazz’n Klezmer, Eléonore Biezunski, sociologist, historian of klezmer music, Jessica Roda, ethnomusicologist, specialist of Judeo-Spanish music and Hervé Roten.

Lecture : the interculturality in Jewish music, by Hervé Roten


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