Jewish Culture in Copenhagen

(Copenhagen, Denmark) Association whose purpose is to inform and arouse interest in Jewish culture in the Danish capital, Copenhagen.

We arrange and produce different events, each with its distinct character and artistic features.

Our activities include concerts, culture days, Film & Whisky, a monthly film sceening with whisky and chocolate, an annual Jewish heritage trip, focusing on Jewish music and culture (for members of JCC’s travel club.)
Through our events we wish to communicate, pass on and preserve Jewish culture and tradition at a high artistic level.

Jewish Culture in Copenhagen (JCC) attaches great importance to our events being cross-cultural and expressing the cultural diversity of Denmark.
Our audience is of all ages, Jews and non-Jews, all with interest in Jewish culture.
We are non-political and independent of religious observance.

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