Tickets for this event are sold out. For questions about ticketing, please contact the Stroum Jewish Comunity Center box office at:
Phone: 206.232.7115 ext 251 or direct: 206.388.0833.
The Haunting Smoldering Sounds of Andalusia
In her haunting, deeply spiritual and passionate style of singing, Yasmin Levy preserves and revives the most beautiful, romantic songs of her Ladino/Judeo-Spanish heritage and fuses them with the distinctive, smoldering sounds of Andalusia. Yasmin uniquely blends old and new – traditional Sephardic Jewish ballads with new flamenco – and evokes the emotional rhythms and style of ancient Spain and the Middle East.
A Q&A with Prof. Devin Naar, Chair UW Sephardic Studies, and Jon Kertzer (co-curator of Town Hall Seattle’s Global Rhythms) will follow the performance. The event is a program of the 2017 UW International Ladino Day.
Please note that tickets to this event will be sold by Stroum Jewish Community Center (SJCC), and SJCC will honor all Global Rhythms series subscriptions. Town Hall members receive $5 off general admission tickets. Contact SJCC’s box office at BoxOffice@SJCC.org or 206.388.0833 for details.