Watch Trio Sefardi share the music of the Sephardic Jewish Tradition at Upcoming Performances:

Sunday, January 28, 2 p.m.
Center for Jewish History:  International Ladino Day: A Celebration of Story and Song
Leo & Julia Forchheimer Auditorium and The Paul S. and Sylvia Steinberg Great Hall Center for Jewish History | 15 W 16th Street New York, NY 10011

Join the American Sephardi Federation for a festival of stories and songs celebrating Ladino, the remarkable language also known as Judeo-Spanish.Dr. Jane Mushabac will perform excerpts from her highly acclaimed 2016 novel, rich with Ladino expressions: His Hundred Years, A Tale. Also hear wonderful singer/accordionist Jane Carver; renowned Sephardic thought leaders, Rabbi Marc Angel and Rabbi Nissim Elnecavé; and a musical finale by the illustrious Trio Sefardi, with Howard Bass, Tina Chancey, and Susan Gaeta, who has toured with the legendary Flory Jagoda.
Please click here or call (800) 838-3006 to purchase tickets www.cjh.org


For additional information on upcoming performances, please contact us.


Selected Past Performance Venues

Trio Sefardi has been to share the Sephardic tradition at many wonderful venues, including:
  • Kennedy Center Millennium Stage
  • With Post-Classical Ensemble at the Kennedy Center
  • National Gallery of Art
  • Richmond Folk Festival
  • Washington Folk Festival
  • Southern Methodist University
  • Takoma Park Folk Festival
  • Highland Park, NJ, Conservative Congregation
  • Charlottesville, Va
  • Washington Revels, Lisner Auditorium, DC
  • Greek Jewish Festival, New York City
  • Shepherdstown, West Virginia
  • Tifereth Israel, Washington, DC

 

Trio Sefardi in Dallas
Trio Sefardi at the end of the Southern Methodist University program “An Afternoon of Songs and Stories” in Dallas, Texas, January 31, 2016. Photo by Mark Hiebert, Hiebert Photography

Trio Sefardi with Layali al Andalus, Melissa Carter (left, seated) and Elisabeth Myers (standing. left), Revels December 2011
Trio Sefardi with Layali al Andalus, Melissa Carter (left, seated) and Elisabeth Myers (standing. left), Revels December 2011