Sounds of the synagogue

The ninth annual Piyut Festival kicks off at Beit Avi Chai in Jerusalem on October 6 and will run for four days.

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September 29, 2016 18:03
Yagel Haroush

Yagel Haroush (fourth from left) will front a band of 12 instrumentalists and vocalists. (photo credit: HAI AFIK)

 
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Music, at its finest, is designed to induce some kind of spiritual feelings in the listener. That is doubly the case when it comes to sounds that feed off a religious background, such as liturgical music.

The ninth annual Piyut Festival kicks off at Beit Avi Chai in Jerusalem on October 6 and will run for four days. There is plenty on the roster that should stir the heart and soul and provide delightful entertainment to boot.

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