1. Sunday, January 30th, 2011, Brookline - The 3rd North-American Tour of the Acclaimed Play "Address Unknown"
2. December 2010 - Rami Danoch & Avner Gadassi in Concert!
3. October/November 2010 - Boston Celebrates Sepharadic Culture!
The 3rd North-American tour of the acclaimed play "Address Unknown" will take place 1/20 to 2/10/2011, in honor
of the International Holocaust Rememberance Day, shows are booked in 7 cities, including Boston!
E-Mail Annette@HaKesherOnline.com for more information or the play at your school, temple, etc.
Click Here for A Medley of Rami Danoch (12.3 MB)!
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The City of Boston sponsors a series of events and activities that highlight different cultures and traditions by Greater
Boston residents. Sepharadic Culture New England is working together with the City officials to hold a special event,
to increase interest in and awareness of Mizrachi, Andalusian, and Ladino traditions, and highlight the diversity that
exists within the Sepharadic branch of Jewish culture and history originated in Spain, Morocco, and Italy. The event
will feature a guest speaker, and a musical ensemble that will delight guests with selections of Ladino, Andalusian,
Mizrachi, Classical Arabic, and religious hymns (piyutim). Traditional Spharadic foods will be served and a special art
exhibit of paintings and other Judaica items will be presented.
Two events are planned – A small intimate afternoon event at the state house, and a larger event at a venue for 300+
people. In light of Yehoram Gaon’s upcoming end of October 2010 concert, we may wish to combine our Speharadic
cultural celebration with his concert.
Join our FaceBook group, http://www.facebook.com/sepharadicculturene, and invite your friends and colleagues so you
may all experience the rich tradition of Sepharadic Jewry. We would like to grow our event committee to help with
decorations, entertainment, catering, venue & event management, graphic design, flyering, media/publicity,
sponsor/donor solicitation, etc. We encourage all to share of your commemorative Sepahardic Judaica items to further
enhance the event experience – Please view the photos we have posted in our FaceBook page, our article in Maariv
USA (http://www.hakesheronline.com/shalomboston/Maariv_USA_Shalom_Boston_July_2_10_Color.pdf), and contact us
with ideas at (617) 738-5038 or AnnetteZrihen@gmail.com.