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Inspired by her family’s Sephardic roots in Greece and Macedonia, Sarah Aroeste has spent the last 10 years bringing her contemporary style of original and traditional Ladino music to audiences around the world.
Born in Jerusalem with Greek and Iraqi roots, Lior Ben-Hur and his San Francisco-based band, Sol Tevél, represent a new generation in Reggae/ World music.
Rabbi Gershom Sizomu
The spiritual leader of the Abayudaya Jews of Uganda, Rabbi Gershom Sizomu is also a Grammy-nominated singer and musician.
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Artist brings together the Sephardic diaspora in new project
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.
Twenty years ago, I told my mother that I wanted to start a Ladino rock band.
Jenni Rudolphs most recent release, Water & Oil, speaks to her identity as a mixed race Jew.
New diverse music endeavor launches just in time for Tu B’Av.
Like her most famous song, “Ocho Kandelikas,” Jagoda exuded an infectious joy.
Elijah Gordon, aka Sølä, The Jewmaican, explores his Jewish-Jamaican identity on “OnTrack.”
David Serero draws on his Moroccan Jewish heritage in his adaptations of classic plays.