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