Ladino Birthing Song Signals Rebirth at New Year
New Setting of Old Words
Modern Hanukkah Song : Ladino 'Miracle’
Happy Hanukkah! The Be’chol Lashon team sat down with Brazilian-born Jewish Ladino opera singer, Carla Sutton Berg, to chat about her new Hanukkah song. Carla is an Educational Psychologist, artist, composer, and multicultural singer. Below is a translation of excerpts from our conversation with her, followed by the original Portuguese.
A Ladino Rock Revolution: A look back on my Sephardic Journey (part three)
My vision now is not of my own success, but of continuing to build out this community. Sephardic culture is world culture.
A Ladino Rock Revolution: A look back on my Sephardic Journey (part two)
I’m not sure who is more surprised, me or my mother, that my career in Ladino continues to flourish two decades on.
A Ladino Rock Revolution: A look back on my Sephardic Journey (part one)
Twenty years ago, I told my mother that I wanted to start a Ladino rock band.
Flory Jagoda Dedicated Her Life to Preserving Ladino Music—and Inspired Me to Do the Same
Like her most famous song, “Ocho Kandelikas,” Jagoda exuded an infectious joy.
Ladino Kabbalat Shabbat
Rabbi Nissim Elnecavé will lead a Sephardic-style service, with musical selections from singer Sarah Aroeste and historical context provided by Prof. Devin E. Naar of the University of Washington.
Breathing new life into ancient Sephardi songs
Music written in the ancient language of Spanish Jews is getting a very contemporary revamp.
Local professor teaches free course on endangered language during quarantine
You may confuse Ladino for Spanish at first, but it's a language of it's own with Jewish and Spanish origins.