Old City hosts Rhine Valley concert

Old City hosts Rhine Val

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 12, 2009 04:52

 
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Hazzanut lovers will be in for a treat at a concert celebrating the liturgy of the Rhine Valley, which is set to take place on Tuesday December 1 at the Ramban Synagogue in Jerusalem's Old City. The concert features the vocal talents of Claude Hoenel and Michel Heyman, who will be backed by the Zimrat Ya choir under the direction of Dr. Ouriel Aharon. The concert begins at 8 p.m. on Rehov Amazia 6. The entrance fee is NIS 100. Proceeds will be donated to the synagogue and the Internet site of the Als

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