Harp Concert: Shushan Hashalom
Monday, March 12, 7:00 pm at CBST, 130 West 30th Street betw 6th & 7th Avenues
Shushan Hashalom is a story of a friendship—a bridge between two worlds—woven through harp strings and voices of Siggy Massenbauer and Salomon (Guillaume Ellia).
Siggy, born in Vienna (Austria), lived in Ireland; her work is influenced by celtic and medieval music.
Salomon, born in France, lived in Vienna and Israel; he explores the repertoire of Jewish and Mediterranean music.
After many years as a duo, they have created a collection of songs in Yiddish, Judeo-Spanish, English, German, Italian and more. They share their traditions in the belief that this cross cultural project presents hope for each human being to let
their own light shine. “All our differences can glow among us as sparks that animate the flame of one same candle, the one of universal love."
New York, NY 10001
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