McIntire Department of Music
under the auspices of the international conference, Hearing Israel: Music, Culture and History at 60
Sunday April 13, 2008 – Monday, April 14, 2008

For more information, contact Kid Wongsrichanalai at kidw@virginia.edu.

Advance tickets will be available for purchase through the Old Cabell Hall Box Office starting on March 10th, as well as on the day of the concert at the Abbott Center, Darden School of Business (cash and check only): $10, $5 students, UVa students free. For tickets, please call the Cabell Hall Box Office at (434) 924-3984.

Moshe “Moussa” Berlin is the foremost representative of the klezmer tradition in the Land of Israel. At the age of 70, he will be appearing in the United States for the first time in his career. Moussa has played for all sectors of Israeli society since the 1960s: Hasidim, Lithuanian ultra-orthodox, National Religious, Jews of the Mizrachi (“Oriental”) communities, and Shas (Sephardi ultra-orthodox). He has represented Israel in concerts and at festivals in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, Poland and Russia, and has produced numerous recordings.

Etti Ankri has been one of Israel’s leading singer-songwriters and actresses since 1990, when her debut CD, “I Can See In Your Eyes,” went double platinum. Since then, she has released six other albums. As a lyricist and composer, Etti’s idiosyncratic work touches on contemporary social commentary, feminist perspectives, and religious and kabalistic imagery. After completing her studies at Rimon Music School, Etti hit popularity as a film and TV actress, starring in seven movies in Israel and the US, and in TV series.


Etti Ankri - I Can See In Your Eyes

Berlin Nigun Karlin

Berlin V'eulai
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