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Women's Voices in Middle Ages

Women's Voices in Middle Ages

Floating Tower Series introduces Occitania, an evening that blends the sounds of contemporary folk music with the colours and lyrics of the Middle Ages. A creative collaboration with Prof. Racha Kirakosian (Harvard) and a postlude to a performance exploring medieval female identities in old German and Yiddish, Occitania features the singer/performer Tal Katsir (Israel) Date: May 7, 2015 at 7:30PM

Middle East Fest

Middle East Fest

An evening of traditional Jewish, Turkish and Arabic music with a common spiritual thread, presenting a taste of Sephardi Piyutim. Presented on October 20 at the Boston University GSU in collaboration with Hebrew Studies and MENA.

Ami and Tami, a Purim Soiree

Ami and Tami, a Purim Soiree

Please join us as the Elie Wiesel Center transforms into an enchanted forest with a Dark Forest Fashion Show, decadent food and the English premiere of Ami and Tami, a contemporary take on Hansel and Gretel.

Secrets of Dawn

Secrets of Dawn

A multimedia installation featuring music, dance, poetry, and video art.at the BU Ellipse dedicated to the mystery of Dawn in the Middle Eastern cultures.

A Tribute to Israeli Song

A Tribute to Israeli Song

A cabaret-style evening featuring local Israeli talent in Boston and students from Boston University.

Hebrew Songs About Food

Hebrew Songs About Food

A workshop for Hebrew Program students at the Boston University as a part of Prof. Mira Angrist's advanced level class, teaching and performing Israeli songs featuring food.

Mystical Night Niggun Workshop

Mystical Night Niggun Workshop

A community workshop for BU Hillel Nehirim Retreat on February 14 combining meditation, vocal improvisation and learning Nigguns from the Old World.

Children Songs for Adults Only

Children Songs for Adults Only

Matthew Shifrin and Tutti Druyan in a cabaret of original songs in English and Hebrew inspired by texts by children. Date: TBA

Library Music Salons

Library Music Salons

An informal get-together around Jewish music, Israeli songs and food.

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Women's Voices in Middle Ages

Floating Tower Series introduces Occitania, an evening that blends the sounds of contemporary folk music with the colours and lyrics of the Middle Ages. A creative collaboration with Prof. Racha Kirakosian (Harvard) and a postlude to a performance exploring medieval female identities in old German and Yiddish, Occitania features the singer/performer Tal Katsir (Israel) Date: May 7, 2015 at 7:30PM