Alberto Hemsi, a composer serving Sephardic culture


This video, made with archives from the EIJM, describes the life of the Spanish-Jewish composer Alberto Hemsi (1898-1975).

This short film was presented by Hervé Roten as an introduction to the concert Coplas Sefardies – Judeo-Spanish Songs by Alberto Hemsi, given in the synagogue of the liberal Jewish community of Hannover on March 22, 2018.

Learn more about Alberto Hemsi
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Video: Alberto Hemsi, a composer serving Sephardic culture

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