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Ashkenaz Festival Finale at Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, September 1, 2014

You can embed this video on your web page. Enjoy. Ashkenaz Festival Finale at Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, September 1, 2014by Peter Mykusz / 10 hours agoThe 10th Annual Askenaz Festival featured 3 days of Jewish music and culture from around the world. The festival came to a climactic close with a series of performances by some of this year’s headlining artists, culminating in a massive jam session with all the Festival musicians. This year’s finale included tributes to two giants of Yiddish culture who left us this past year, researcher and anthologist Chana Mlotek and songwriter/poet Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman. Sponsored by Isadore and Roslie Sharp Their website http://static.ashkenazfestival.com/ provided this information: The Ashkenaz Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious showcases of Jewish music and culture anywhere in the world. Since 1995, the festival has taken place biennially at Harbourfront Centre, Toronto’s premier venue for the presentation of world and folk culture and for the meeting of diverse communities through the arts. Originally founded as a showcase for Klezmer and Yiddish music and culture, the Ashkenaz Festival has evolved over the years into an eclectic showcase of global Jewish art and culture, encompassing not merely the traditions of eastern Europe, but also Sephardic, Mizrachi and Israeli culture, and all manner of cross-cultural fusion. The Festival is offered 90% free to the public and attracts a multicultural audience of over 60,000 people. Nowhere else in the world does so large and diverse an audience come together to experience Jewish

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