Pro Musica Hebraica

Through the centuries and across the globe, Jewish composers have created a rich repertoire of concert music that interweaves the sacred and the secular, folk and liturgical themes into one sophisticated artistic tradition. The vast majority of this tremendous creative output remains preserved in unpublished scores and archival manuscripts, virtually unknown to musical audiences, even within the Jewish community.

Pro Musica Hebraica was created to bring this great music to the concert hall.
The website offers a lot of music to listen, articles to read, biographies of composers…

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