THESE ARE SOME APPRECIATION LETTERS WE HAVE RECEIVED OVER THE YEARS
Israel’s Minister of Culture and Sport, Ms Limor Livnat, sent a congratulatory letter to the final phase of the 2nd International Israeli Music Competition, to be held at London’s Royal College of Music on July 16th, in which she wrote: “We greatly esteem and appreciate the important work of the
The father of one of Spiro Ark’s students: musician Yossi Marshall has led the Indian team to the Maccabiya in Israel. In honour of Yossi, his father and the Indian cricketers, we are placing this article from the Express Mombai on our website with pride and warm congratulations.
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Dear Friends, Contributors, Teachers, Supporters, Art Lovers And Those Who Like Exhibition Openings (which give them an opportunity to combine social enjoyment, a glass of wine and beautiful art)
Ruth Sallon’s exhibition, ‘Reflections in a Teapot’, is unique in the magic it conveys, magic which
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In case you did not get the chance to read the Jewish News from 17 September 2009, you can have a look at Nitza’s article by downloading it from our website.
Download the latest interview with Nitza Spiro for Salon London (summer 2009) – the Bulletin of Jewish Society “The Friends of La Benevolencija” sponsored by Jewish Care.
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LINCOLN, on 8 October, 2009 — Lincoln Cathedral, with the Lincoln Jewish Community and Spiro Ark’s JTrails, unveiled a new plaque at Even Song to commemorate the 18 Jews who were killed as a result of the 1255 Lincoln ‘Blood Libel’, of which they were certainly innocent; and the Kaddish,
The ‘Bauhaus in Tel-Aviv’ excellent exhibition, produced by the Bauhaus Centre in Tel-Aviv, can now be a travelling exhibition.
It has been exhibited at the Spiro Ark Gallery in the heart of London’s West End and it has gained much interest and praise.
If you are interested in
The 15th edition of the International Jewish Music Festival will be held in Amsterdam on October 23-25, 2009 in the brand new concert halls of the Amsterdam Conservatory.
In May 2008, at the first-ever international Jewish music competition, 24 ensembles from 15 countries battled it out for prize money, concert
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One of the highlights of our singing programme is going to be a unique musical evening of compositions by Charles Heller, Dworzak and Brahms. The concert will be presented by international musicians: Czech pianist Peter Vasicek, Czech singer Marta Vavarova (soprano) and renowned viola player Rivka Golani. It will take