This is some music that I have been working on for a while. They are very diverse stylistically but all came from a sense of dealing with longing or loss.
‘Like a mitzvah’: Italian conductor brings to life music composed in the camps
Before Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Memorial Day, I thought it would be important to remember that Yiddish was once the language of everyday life and art for so many of our people. This article shows how Yiddish is still vibrant today.
Happiness, in one form or another, seems to be a common goal that most of us would like to attain. We often behave as though we might…
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Unhappy about all that matzah this week? Good! This article explains why complete happiness is impossible to sustain, and why a little bit of unhappiness actually helps us.