“Who Knows One?” in Ladino: Songs at the Sephardic Passover Seder

Ty Alhadeff, Jewish&, 04/06/2017

Ladino variations on a classic Passover song.

Children’s Album Renews Jewish Ladino Tradition

Team Be'chol Lashon, Jewish&, 03/01/2016

It was not until she was already on her way to adulthood, that singer Sarah Aroeste discovered the connection between her Sephardic roots in Greece and her love of music with the Sephardic musical traditions in Ladino.

The World of Jewish Music

Cantor Rachel Stock Spilker, Jewish&, 01/22/2015

There is a myth that Jewish music is “always in a minor key,” and often echoes themes of pieces like “Hava Nagila” and “Kol Nidrei.” So last spring when I met with Judi Lamble, the coordinator and Michael Olsen, the conductor of the Twin Cities Jewish Choral, we knew that a global Jewish music concert was the best way to debunk the myth!

Our Dreams of Home

Sarah Aroeste, Jewish&, 10/21/2014

The times in my life when I have most often struggled to retain that feeling of being grounded, I have turned to music.

The Gift of Generations: A Mother’s Song

Sarah Aroeste, Jewish&, 05/20/2014

I want her to know that I, her mother, will always be there for her with love and song.

Ladino Pregnant Pop

Sarah Aroeste, Jewish&, 11/15/2013

A New Rosh Hashanah Song and Album for a New Year

Team Be'chol Lashon, Jewish&, 01/01/1970

Talking about an “Anyada Buena” with Ladino singer and activist Sarah Aroeste