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Adama

When tradition blends with the present

(France) Brothers, Ilan, Momo and Daniel Zaoui, who have always been united by the same passion: to stage and share, in a generous spirit of openness, research and creativity, the most beautiful pages sung and danced in the history of the Jewish people.

It is this passion that has been with the Adama Company for over 30 years, which has given over a thousand performances throughout the world of traditional Jewish dances and music.

Through AdamaLive, it is this same ambition that guides us and drives us, in the conception, organization and realization of your private party. AdamaLive is an artistic and technical team that offers you, in addition to the virtuosity of its artists, the control of its technicians and their experience of the world of entertainment, a choice of formulas and tables adapted to your desires.

AdamaLive is also a proposal of "à la carte" formulas specially designed for your event, in which our singers, our dancers, our musicians, our animation team, our technical team and our partners can take part.

Ilan Zaoui
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