Events & Festivals

New Exhibition by Turkish Sephardic artists opens in Sevilla

New Exhibition by Turkish Sephardic artists opens in Sevilla

A new exhibition of Turkish Sephardic artists, in the framework of the 530th anniversary of the Sephardic emigration from Spain to Ottoman lands, was opened in Sevilla. The exhibition, entitled, The ‘Sepharad: Traces of a Multicultural Heritage’ was opened by the Madrid head office of the Yunus Emre Institute which introduces Turkey’s cultural heritage to […]

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Jewish Cultural festival goes ahead in Copenhagen

Jewish Cultural festival goes ahead in Copenhagen

The Jewish Cultural Festival of Copenhagen opens on 1 June with dancing at the Round Tower in the Danish capital. Professional dancer and choreographer Esther Wrobel will transform the wall between the church and the Round Tower into a vertical dance floor, marking a connection between Danish Jews and Christian IV, to whom we owe […]

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MUSIC OF MANY WORLDS SEPHARDIC VOCAL MUSIC OF 18TH CENTURY AMSTERDAM

MUSIC OF MANY WORLDS SEPHARDIC VOCAL MUSIC OF 18TH CENTURY AMSTERDAM

Join harpsichordist & scholar Jonathan Salamon, plus an ensemble of baroque instrumentalists and singers, as he performs, explains, and brings to life rarely heard eighteenth-century music from Amsterdam’s Portuguese (Sephardic) Synagogue. Hear the exquisite sounds of celebration and worship by composers Abraham de Caçeres, Cristiano Giuseppe Lidarti, and M. Mani. Sun, May 22, 2022 4:00 […]

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Jewish Restaurant Week

Jewish Restaurant Week

JEWISH HERITAGE MONTH – MAY Annual JEWISH Restaurant Week Jewish Restaurant Week, Jewish Eats & Drinks Week is an initiative to raise awareness of Jewish Restaurants, Chefs, Caterers, and Businesses. This exciting campaign helps boost the local economy and increases traffic to Jewish Eateries throughout the USA. Sat, May 21, 2022, 10:00 AM – Fri, […]

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Holocaust Remembrance Day

Holocaust Remembrance Day

The National Arts Club recognizes Holocaust Remembrance Day About this Event The United Nations General Assembly has designated January 27th as International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating the tragedy of the Holocaust which resulted in the deaths of six million Jews and eleven million others. To mark the occasion, NAC member Elizabeth Bellak, with her daughter […]

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The Jewish Upper East Side – A NEW Walking Tour

The Jewish Upper East Side – A NEW Walking Tour

On this NEW TOUR, explore with your guide, Barry Judelman, the unique history and heritage of some of the most distinguished religious, cultural, and educational Jewish sites on the Upper East Side, a posh, residential area, known for its wealthy denizens, fancy restaurants, and designer shops along Madison Avenue. Visit locations that have anchored this […]

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