THESE ARE SOME APPRECIATION LETTERS WE HAVE RECEIVED OVER THE YEARS
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
The Mihai Eminescu Trust has over ten years completed hundreds of restoration projects. It now aims to restore as many threatened synagogues as possible and to revive the Jewish culture and history. Now, thanks to the Trust and the Spiro Ark, you may see the results of their projects by
Loisa Mauto: it was a great opportunity to deepen my knowledge in Hebrew.
It gave us the conviction that in next academic year we will commit ourselves to more than one class per week as we have achieved so much progress
I really enjoyed the intensive summer Ulpan and trying to find some criticism for improvement, I found none.
Although my mind was not always on my learning – children and seven grandchildren arriving in a few days, it might have somewhat impaired my concentration. Nevertheless I gained so much of
Dear Nitza and Robin,
Thanks for organising the British Museum Tanach Tour yesterday, Sunday 1st March.
Rabbi Arye Forta has extensive knowledge which helped to enlighten historical events through stories in the Bible. Looking at the objects in the museum from this point of view, gave a new meaning to
“Thank you so much for the most wonderful day in Cambridge. The morning tour of Cambridge was informative and interesting and it is certainly somewhere I will return. John the guide was very knowledgeable and personable and pitched the tour just right for our group,
The highlight of the tour,
“Dear Nitza, Robin and Aleksandra,
few lines just to thank you again for the beautiful trip of yesterday to Cambridge.
It was a while I didn’t have such a great time and I deeply enjoyed my time with you there. It has been a great, enriching and inspiring experience. So
“Thank you for a really enjoyable trip to Cambridge last week. Learning about the discovery of the Genizah and seeing some of the documents displayed was absolutely fascinating of course, quite a privilege, and I thought the trip was very well-balanced with the guided tour of Cambridge too. Although I’ve
Hearing about the history of Cambridge and its university by a local guide, born and bred, is not something you do everyday and I’m glad that I tagged along for the adventure. It was great being among like-minded individuals and learn a little about everyone and then have a private
“I will be writing to the class (in Hebrew) either before I go or from Israel but want to say a very special thank you to you for everything. It has been a wonderful term and I am so so sorry to miss the last few lessons. ”