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    Voices of the Sepharad concert

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    Presented by Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education (CHGE) at SCSU - Ritsche Auditorium - Stewart Hall

    November 7, 2013

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    “Voices of Sepharad,” a performance group from the Twin Cities, explores a stunning Jewish cultural tradition of song and dance which originated in medieval Spain (Sepharad in Hebrew). Graceful, fiery, and elegant, the melodies and their archaic Judeo-Spanish dialect were sung throughout the Mediterranean world, where Jews resettled after their expulsion from Spain in 1492. In time, the Sephardic Jews acquired new forms of expression related to their new locals, and created an enormous repertoire of songs and cultural traditions which has continued to develop into this century.


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        SCSU - Ritsche Auditorium - Stewart Hall

        720 4th Ave South
        St. Cloud, MN 56301

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        FREE and open to the public.Parking $1.50/hour Ramp across the street - card and cash Street level - cash only

        Info Phone: 320-308-4205

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      • Dates & Times

        Dates:
        November 7, 2013

        Times:

        7:00 pm

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