Symposium “Jewish music in Alsace Lorraine”

41st symposium of the Société d’Histoire des Israélites d’Alsace et de Lorraine in Strasbourg on the 2nd and 3rd March 2019


20h15: Hector SABO – The practice of Jewish music in Alsace

  • Sunday 3rd March from 9h00 to 12h15 Salle des fêtes de l’école Aquiba, 4 rue Baldung
    Grien – 67000 Strasbourg

– 9H00 – 9h45 : Marc FRIEDMANN – Oscar Kugler, uthe life of a cantor in the XXth century
– 9h45 – 10h30 : Rabbi Claude HEYMANN – Léo Cohn or resistance by music.
– 10H45 – 12H15 : Cedric KLEINKLAUS – Marc-Antoine PINGEON : Isaac Strauss,
composer and events organiser.
The conference (45’) will be followed by a concert performed by the musicians of the Eugénie orchestra.

12H15 – 14H00 : Possibility to eat. Fee 30€
At the centre communautaire de la Paix (Salle Blum) 350 m from the Aquiba school.

Registration before February 26th 2019 :
64, avenue des Vosges, 67000 Strasbourg

  • Sunday 3rd March from 14h00 to 17h Salle des fêtes de l’école Aquiba, 4 rue Baldung Grien – 67000 Strasbourg

– 14h15 – 15h : Roger HARMON – Is there a Jewish music?
– 15h – 15h45 : Laure SCHNAPPER – Fernand Halphen, composer, patron and music chef during the Great War
– 16h : Conclusion of the symposium : Freddy RAPHAEL & Jean-Pierre LAMBERT

Coordinator : Norbert SCHWAB

Free entrance

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