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Limor Oved – Winner Audience Prize 2014

Winner Audience Price IJMF 2014 Limor Oved was born in Israel to her Syrian origin father and her Libyan origin mother. Limor began her study of classical music and classical singing. Later on, at the age of 19 she joined “Beit Zvi”, well known academy of theater arts in Israel and started working in the […]

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Yoed Sorek – Winner Yiddish Prize 2014

Winner Yiddish Music Prize Yoed Sorek was born in Jerusalem. As a child he sang as soloist with the Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by C. Abbado. He graduated from the Jerusalem Academy and the Royal Academy in the Hague as well as a master specialization in ensemble singing and directing from S. Cantorum, Basel. He is an […]

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Sarah Aroeste – Winner Sephardic Music Prize 2014

Winner Sephardic Music Prize 2014 Sarah Aroeste, winner of the Sephardic music prize at IJMF 2014, has spent the last 10 years bringing her contemporary style of original and traditional Ladino music to audiences around the world. Aroeste writes and sings in Ladino, the Judeo-Spanish dialect that originated from Spanish Jews after their expulsion from Spain […]

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La Mitomani – Winner Simcha Prize 2014

Delighted by the richness and diversity of Europe’s musical culture, five Polish students of the Royal Conservatory in The Hague decided to found the ensemble La Mitomani. Their repertoire consists of well-known melodies in their own arrangements, as well as improvised and illustrative music. Along with outstanding instrumental skills, the musicians have an innovative attitude […]

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