Hidden sides of Jewish music : Idan Raichel Project

A radio Show broadcasted on Radio SHALOM Montreal, hosted by Hélène Engel

Les faces cachées de la musique juive - 2014, Radio SHALOM Montréal (1650 AM)

Idan Raichel is a keyboard player, composer, performer and arranger from Israel, settled in Kfar Saba near Tel Aviv.
His first album released in 2002, “idan Raichel’s project” is a great success, inwhich he mixes electronic music, Israeli folk music and traditional African music.
Several African and Israeli artists participated in his project, such as Shoshana Damari on his album Mimaamakim (2005).
Hélène Engel presents to us the album “Bein Kirot Beiti” released in November 2008.



Hélène Engel is a singer, musicologist, author, composer and arranger. She is interested in all aspects of Jewish music, from the collecting of historical sounds to today’s compositions. Based in Montreal, she hosts the radio show " The hidden sides of Jewish Music" on Radio SHALOM Montreal.

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