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A Patchwork of Cultures: Exploring the Sephardic-Latino Connection

Dec 03, 2019 @ 11:00 AM
Dec 03, 2019 @ 11:00 AM - Dec 03, 2019 @ 01:00 PM
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On December 2nd at Adat Ari El Synagogue in Valley Village, and December 3rd at Valley Beth Shalom Synagogue in Encino, the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony will host a free culminating concert for the education program, “A Patchwork of Cultures: Exploring the Sephardic-Latino Connection.” Casting light on the shared history between Sephardic Jews and the Latino community, the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony presents a unique and innovative concert. This program explores and celebrates the deep cultural ties that Sephardic Jews share with the people of Latin America and promotes respect for diversity through recognition of these similarities.


Adat Ari El Synagogue
12020 Burbank Blvd
Valley Village, CA 91607 United States
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Los Angeles Jewish Symphony

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