Jewish Song School 2008/2009 - Central
Start date 16 October 2008
40 Hallam Street, London W1W 6NW
Previous students have called the song school experience - 'enriching', 'uplifting', 'confidence building' and 'a chance to build my skills in a supportive environment'.
Hilda Bronstein has been director of the Song School for the past
two years and was recently awarded the Mira Rafalowicz Prize for Best
Yiddish Song Interpretation at the prestigious International Jewish Music
Festival in Amsterdam.
Monica Acosta, who has a MA in contemporary vocal repertoire,
is not only an experienced teacher but also an exciting and passionate
performer of Sephardic (Ladino) song.
20 classes (Yiddish and Ladino), which run over two terms (note the reduction in cost if you enrol for 20 classes before 16 October)
Rate: £300 (advance booking: £275) Students and Concessions: £200 (advance booking £175).
For more information contact Hilda Bronstein on 07778 501215.
Presented by the Jewish Music Institute SOAS
|The Jewish Music Institute is an independent Arts organisation based at SOAS, University of London. It is an international focus bringing the ancient yet contemporary musical culture of the Jews to the mainstream British cultural, academic and social life. Its programmes of education, performance and information highlight many aspects of Jewish music throughout the ages and across the globe for people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures.|