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El Día de la Memoria del Holocausto

  Proyección de la película “Shalom Italia”. Cada año, en el Día de la Memoria por el Holocausto, el Beit Hatfutsot, en cooperación con el Centro Kantor, realiza un evento en honor del famoso científico fallecido, Felix Zandman, z”l (1927 – 2001). Zandman nació en Grodno, Polonia, y su adolescencia la vivió bajo la ocupación […]

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Centenario de la UJA de Nueva York

Beit Hatfutsot recibió, el 3 de mayo próximo pasado, la visita de 350 miembros de la UJA (United Jewish Appeal), que llegaron al país para participar de la apertura de una exposición que se pudo levantar gracias a la colaboración entre el Beit Hatfutsot, la Federación UJA de Nueva York y la American Jewish Historical […]

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Happy Birthday, Bob Dylan! Highway 76 – Dylan’s Jewish Moments

The exhibition Forever Young – Bob Dylan at 75 is on display until January 2018 Highway 76 – Dylan’s Jewish Moments Born Robert Zimmerman to a Minnesota Jewish family with routes in Russia, Lithuania and Turkey, Bob Dylan’s career epitomizes the wandering Jew. Exploring and researching spiritual directions Dylan has grown far and then close […]

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Modigliani’s Sephardic Jewish Background You Didn’t Know About

“I want to be a tuneswept fiddle string that feels the master melody, and snaps…” Amedeo Modigliani, the Sephardic Jewish-Italian painter and sculptor, was born in Livorno, a port city known as refuge for those persecuted for their religion. It was home to a large Jewish community including Modigliani’s great-great-grandfather, Solomon Garsin who found refuge […]

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UJA centennial mission celebrated at Beit Hatfusot

350 UJA members visited Beit Hatfutsot on Wednesday 3.5, for the opening of an exhibition that is a collaboration between Beit Hatfutsot, UJA-Federation of New York, and the American Jewish Historical Society. The exhibit documents the Federation’s first 100 years of shaping Jewish life in America and around the world and features artifacts and photographs […]

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Hava Nagila Around The World

10 Hava Nagila Choir Performances The tune for the famous “Hava Nagila” originates among Sadigur Chasidim in the Ukraine – and the unique scale can be found in Transylvanian music. It is now probably the most recognized Jewish tune throughout the world. South Korea, Busan Harmony Choir   Iran   Turkey, State Polyphonic Choir   […]

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Holocaust Remembrance Day Events, 2017

Film Screening: “Shalom Italia” Each year on Holocaust Remembrance Day Beit Hatfutsot, in cooperation with the Kantor Center holds an event in honor of the late Felix Zandman, 1927 – 2001, the bright scientist. Zandman was born in Grodno, Poland, he matured in Nazi occupied Poland and during the Second World War, when he was […]