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MUSICAL KABBALAT SHABBAT

Today
#Concert

Great Synagogue of Stockholm

h. 17:15 instrumental Hasidic music

Valeria Conte, clarinet
Love Meyerson, accordion
Dan Ragnar Arvefjord, double bass

h. 17:30 Kabbalat Shabbat Service

Led by cantor Yuval Hed,
accompanied by the musician until BaruchHu.



HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY

27 jan
#Concert

Great Synagogue of Stockholm

Reception Music with

Valeria Conte, clarinet
Miriam Oldenburg, accordion

Organized by Judiska Församlingen - Jewish Community of Stockholm

 



LIMMUD HELSINKI - NIGUNIM SINGING SESSION

1 feb
#Presentation

Limmud Helsinki 2020 - Nigunim Singing Session

Jewish tradition is drenched by beautiful melodies (nigunim) matching blessings, psalms, prayers, and songs. In particular, the Hasidic tradition infuses deep spirituality and intense energy within these melodies with the intention of creating a connection between two worlds: the physical and the spiritual. During this session we will learn some of these melodies. No prior musical knowledge is needed, only your wish to spend a pleasant time joining your voice with the one of others.



LIMMUD HELSINKI - HEVRUTA BeMUSIKA

2 feb
#Concert

Limmud Helsinki 2020 - Hevruta BeMusika

Valeria Conte, clarinet
Lotta-Maria Pitkänen, violin
Isabel Douglass, accordion

Hevruta BeMusika is an artistic performance which combines hevruta methodology with a musical creative process. The performance is the elaboration in music of a discussion over Jewish texts led by the musicians as part of the rehearsals time. Made up by three female professionals fusioning their own expertise in the genres of Klezmer, Arabic-Jazz, and Gypsy-Roma music and bringing them together through improvisation and original compositions inspired by the discussion over the texts.



LIMMUD HELSINKI - PAIDEIA

2 feb
#Presentation

Limmud Helsinki 2020 - Paideia - The European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden

Dedicated to the revival of Jewish culture in Europe, Paideia – The European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden, educates leaders for Europe, such as academicians and community activists, in Jewish textual sources which serve as the wellsprings of Jewish and modern civilization. Valeria Conte, teacher and workshop leader at Paideia and at its Folkhögskola, will present an overview of the various programs and bringing her own experience as a graduate from the One Year Jewish Studies Program and Paideia Project-Incubator.



BAR MITZVAH - KLEZMER TRIO

28 mar
#Concert

@ Private Event - Bar Mitzvah

Valeria Conte, clarinet
Love Meyerson, accordion
John Runefelt, trombone






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