Ladino Evening with Norman Cohen Falah and Kerensya

We are proud to present a memorable evening of Ladino singing and music in the beautiful setting of London’s own ‘Ladino’ home, the Spanish and Portuguese synagogue at Holland Park.

Ladino is the medieval Spanish language that Jews took with them when they settled around the Mediterranean 500 years ago. Even today at Holland Park, services on Shabbat and on Hagim include prayers recited in Ladino.

Norman Cohen Falah is an accomplished singer and performer in Ladino, Spanish and Hebrew. Accompanied by his group of instrumentalists, Kerensya, Norman’s sweet and enchanting voice brings to life the joy and spirit of the Jewish heritage.

A sensitive and versatile interpreter of Jewish music, Norman is the Hazan (Cantor) at Belsize Square Synagogue in London.

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1973, the son of an Ashkenazi mother and a Sephardi father, Norman studied Hazanut at the Latin-American Rabbinical Seminary and music, guitar and piano at the National Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires. He has performed Ladino workshops and concerts at Limmud and Spiro Ark.

Wednesday 24 March
Holland Park Synagogue
8 St James’s Gardens
London W11 4RB

Tickets £12

Harif/Spiro Ark

Advance booking essential on 020 7723 9991

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