Yasmin Levy to offer Pessah shows

The Jerusalem-born singer will perform two Ladino shows with a backing band and a flamenco dancer.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 19, 2009 08:36
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International Ladino star Yasmin Levy will come back to Israel during Pessah to offer a program that will include hints of flamenco. Levy has been in Spain recording her fourth album with Javier Limon. The Jerusalem-born singer will perform two Ladino shows with a backing band and a flamenco dancer. Her performances will be held in Petah Tikva on April 11 (03-912-5222) and in Jerusalem on April 13 (02-622-2333).

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