The « Kol Zimrah » choir from Chicago

Hazanout and Yiddish pearls

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The « Kol Zimrah » choir (the voice of the song) of Chicago was founded in 1996. It gathers singers from over 20 communities of Chicago area. Its mission is to maintain and develop the tradition of Jewish choral music, and to create compositions of Jewish choral works.

Copernic invites on March 14th this ensemble which has a very close vocation as the Ensemble Choral Copernic and is happy about it.

Soloists :
Sofia Falkovitch (‘hazan, mezzo-soprano)
Pavel Rojtman, (‘hazan, tenor)
Margot Newton-Schwartz, (piano)

Conductor : Pavel Rojtman

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FEES : 25€/REDUCED : 20€ (members IEMJ, ULIF, MJLF, CJL, KG, Adath Shalom, students, <15 ans) 01 47 04 37 27 Online ticketing

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