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A Year of Music and Food in Jewish Italy

Hosted By: Qesher

Italy hosts one of the most ancient Jewish diasporas in Western Europe, with its liturgical music and culinary recipes tracing back to the destruction of the Second Temple or earlier. In a session spanning a Jewish calendar year, Miriam Camerini, an Israeli-born and Italian-raised theater director, actress, singer, and rabbi-to-be, will explore the music and cuisine that have been part of her family’s heritage for centuries.

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Miriam Camerini

Theatre director, writer, singer, actress, journalist and published author. Miriam is the founder and artistic director of Benhashmashot, the first professional Jewish Theatre in Italy, based in Milan. She's also a rabbinical student at Beit Midrash Har'El.
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Qesher

There are Jewish communities all around the globe with their own unique history, culture, places, and most of all, people and stories. All of them different, but sharing so much. The aim of Qesher is to connect these different Jewish traditions, not just to know of each other, but to learn about each other. We believe that there is great value in creating a deeper understanding within the Jewish world and exploring Jewish experiences and identities in all their diversity.
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