An evening of Sephardic music presented by the Trio Sefardi: Susan Gaeta (voice) Howard Bass (percussion) and Tina Chauncey (bowed string).
Sephardic music is the music that evolved from the Jews expelled from Spain in 1492. The expelled Spanish Jews settled all over the world: in Greece, Turkey, Argentina, Morocco and Bulgaria. Sephardic music reflects the impact of these diverse cultures on the music of the migrant Jews. The members of the Trio Sefardi are Award-winning musicians with extraordinary accomplishents. This is a musical program not to be missed. There will sing-alongs and discussion of the songs by the musicians.
We want to encourage Kehila teens and their families to attend to learn about the musical consequences of the expulsion of Jews from Spain.
PLEASE ARRIVE BETWEEN 7:15 AND 7:30. THE SINGERS ARE ARRIVING EARLY.
Snacks and desserts are welcome... if you can think of something Sephardic that would be appreciated although not necessary.
Children are welcome to attend if parents believe they will enjoy the Sephardic music.
This should be a special evening: we hope to see you friday evening!