On island getaway, Turkish Jews fight to keep their ancestral language alive.
Ladino and all that it embodies are part and parcel of our people’s long and winding journey on the historical stage.
The Tor Hazahav festival in Ashdod presents stellar performers from all Israeli musical genres
“Ladino was something of a forbidden language at our home,” Vazana said. To her father, a Fes native, it represented the opposite of fitting into Israeli society, Noam Vazana explained.
Multifaceted Israeli artist Esti Keinan Ofri makes her debut at the Oud Festival with a program presenting a selection of her melodies.
"The idea isn't to absorb Ladino into modern Spanish, it's the opposite: to preserve it."