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  1. Ofri Eliaz was born in Afula, Israel and spent her early childhood in the north of Israel. At age ten moved with her family to Jerusalem where she…

  2. Flory Jagoda maintains one of Judaism’s rarest and richest cultural traditions through her performance of authentic as well as original…

  3. ‘Los Desterrados take the music of the Sephardic Jews, with its strong Latin influences, and drag it effortlessly into the 21st Century with…

  4. Isaac Levy (1919-1977) was a Turkish-born musicologist, collector of Sephardic music, and singer.

    Born in Manisa (near İzmir) in 1919, at the age of…

  5. The Gerard Edery Ensemble explores a complex of musical traditions from around the globe. Commanding songs in over a dozen languages, including…

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  8. Judy Frankel (August 12, 1942 - March 20, 2008) was an American singer of Sephardic songs.

    She studied at the Longy School of Music and Harvard…

  9. Anyone who thinks Jewish music equals klezmer needs to hear Divahn's Middle Eastern and Sephardic grooves. Fans first heard Divahn's energetic…

  10. Rosa Zaragoza started her professional singing career in 1984, inspired by discovering the lyrics to Jewish-Catalan songs from the 15th century.…

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