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Sephardic Concert - Hobart Synagogue: Saray Iluminado

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Thu 11 Jan 2018, 7:30pm–9:40pm

Where: Hobart Synagogue, 59 Argyle St, Hobart CBD, Tasmania

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Earlybird: $25.00
  • General After Dec.27th: $30.00
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Melbourne world music ensemble Saray Iluminado performs in Tasmania again for the Cygnet Folk Festival.

This special concert at the historic Hobart Synagogue will feature the songs and tunes of the Sephardic Jews who were expelled from Spain in 1492 and later settled in the Balkans.

Join Saray Iluminado for an intimate performance of Sephardic repertoire that celebrates universal themes of love, grief and the unique Sephardic Jewish life in the cities of Sarajevo, Mostar and others.

“Hauntingly evocative music and songs from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Sephardic Jewish Romances thrilled the audience.” - MaryLou Jelbart, Fortyfivedownstairs

“Trifkovic seemed to carry us all across time and distance, into a world entirely made of her haunting voice.” - Chetna Prakash, The Big Smoke Online Magazine

Nela’s captivating lead vocals and Dan Witton’s deft vocal and double bass improvisations enter a melodic dialogue with Ernie Gruner’s soaring violin lines. Irine Vela’s distinctive rhythmic patterns on oud & lauto are entwined with the mournful sounds of Kelly’s ney flute and clarinet.