Andalusian Music : Special broadcast dedicated to Daniel Halfon

A radio program broadcasted on Radio Tel Aviv and hosted by Sabine Amsellem

MUSIQUES ANDALOUSES - 3 décembre 2015, Radio TAF (102 FM)

Sabine AMSELLEM invites Daniel HALFON, singer and cantor, specialist of the Portuguese ritual.

The cantor Daniel Halfon is born in 1955 in London. He grew up in the old Sapnish and Portuguese community of the town under the supervision of Rabbi Abraham Levy.
He sings in the choir of the congregation at a very early age.

In the middle of the 1980’s, he performs concerts all over the world and sings in all the main synagogues that use the Spanish and Portuguese ritual.

Sabine Amsellem taught piano as well as music theory and culture at the Paris conservatory. She then settled in Israel where she became producer of the radio programs “Andalusian Music” and “Music Forever” on Radio TAF in Tel Aviv.

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