Cesaria Evora postpones Israel shows

The postponement comes despite the cease-fire in Gaza.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF STAFF
January 20, 2009 14:15
Cesaria Evora postpones Israel shows

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Grammy-winning morna singer Cesaria Evora's managers have announced that the barefoot diva, as she is known, will postpone the two shows she had scheduled for January 26 in Tel Aviv and the following day in Jerusalem, despite the cease-fire in Gaza. Refunds are available for ticket holders through the vendors where the tickets were purchased. The rescheduled dates have yet to be determined.

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