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Musrara Mix Festival 2017

Musrara Mix Festival 2017

  Musrara Mix The MusraraMix Festival is an international multidisciplinary event that takes place in the borderline neighborhood of Musrara, initiated and produced by the NaggarMultidisciplinary School of Art and Society, Musrara. The festival is a hub of artistic and social happenings, embodying the political and cultural essence of Jerusalem and Israel. Every year the […]

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Jewish Museum of Athens: “The Jewish Community of Ioannina – The Memory of Artefacts”

Jewish Museum of Athens: “The Jewish Community of Ioannina – The Memory of Artefacts”

This exhibition highlights historical aspects regarding the daily life of the old Romaniote Community of Ioannina, combining the information with photographic material and authentic objects from the J.M.G. collections, which are presented to the public for the first time, but also with unique artefacts kindly loaned by private individuals. Where: Jewish Museum of Greece Nikis 39, […]

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Enrico Macias in Tel Aviv, Israel. June 14, 2017

Enrico Macias in Tel Aviv, Israel. June 14, 2017

French singer and musician Enrico Macias is coming to Tel Aviv, Israel for a performance in May 2016. He has been traveling and performing internationally for 50 years. Enrico Macias sings in more than 10 languages. His popular songs include “J’ai quitté mon pays”, “L’Oriental”, “Paris, tu m’as pris dans tes bras” and “La femme […]

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Friends of the Cracow Jewish Culture Festival Society

Friends of the Cracow Jewish Culture Festival Society

New York Jewish Travel Guide-   Friends of the Cracow Jewish Culture Festival Society, Inc. is an American, tax-exempt, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the premier Jewish cultural event in Europe today — the annual Jewish Culture Festival in Cracow, Poland. Every June since 1988, the historic Jewish quarter of Cracow, called Kazimierz, is filled […]

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Jewish Sites in Sardis, Turkey

Jewish Sites in Sardis, Turkey

Ancient Sardis was the capital of the Kingdom of Lydia, whose most famous king was Croesus (560-546 B.C.E.), the first monarch to mint coinage. During its heyday as a Roman city, Sardis had a very large and prosperous Jewish community which may have been established here in much earlier times. GETTING THERE The ruins of […]

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The Jewish Cultural Festival- Budapest

The Jewish Cultural Festival- Budapest

A Jewish cultural cavalcade in Budapest at the end of the summer can be a special occasion for everyone. Over the past years, every visitor could rightfully feel the event was his own, and I know this will be no different this year with the Jewish Cultural Festival hosted under its new name. This is […]

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Nancy Danino – the sultry voice singer/songwriter

Nancy Danino – the sultry voice singer/songwriter

Born in Israel and raised in France, the sultry voice of singer/songwriter Nancy Danino has been the highlight of everything from film soundtracks to Scandinavian pop hits. Her very first collaboration was with the YELLOW PRODUCTION team of techno/acid jazz sound designers, appearing on their 1999 Psychodelico album (Bob Sinclar). Techno artist SNOOZE heard the album, fell […]

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