Sep 3, 2019, 2:59 PM
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The London Yiddish Choir will be resuming weekly sessions in Bloomsbury, next to The British Museum and Holborn tube station.
London Yiddish Choir in Bloomsbury. Open to all
WE are open to all backgrounds and singing levels.
Join us for a taster session and enjoy a great season of exciting rehearsals and concerts throughout the year!
Teaching both by ear and with sheet music. No knowledge of foreign languages is necessary. Please get in touch for more information.
More about us: https://www.facebook.com/londonyiddishchoir/ and https://www.polinashepherd.co.uk/choirs/yiddish-choir/.
Yiddish, the 1000-year-old language of the Jews of Eastern Europe, is flourishing, as people young and old, Jewish and non-Jewish, explore its rich cultural heritage. Yiddish songs are hugely varied: spiritual and liturgical, theatre and cinema songs, folklore of the diverse lives of Jewish people across Eastern and Central Europe and all the countries they have emigrated to – their history, hopes, memories, politics, celebrations and resistance to oppression. The choir (LYC) explores all these traditions and builds on them, while respecting and learning about the history, style and cultural contexts in which the music originated and developed.
Join us for a taster session in September!