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Temple Judea's Second Annual Shabbat with American Sign Language Interpreters

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting our Second Annual Shabbat with the American Sign Language Interpreters. This Shabbat is open to the entire community. Services begin at 6pm. Please join us for our weekly oneg following services. Any questions please contact Sharon at s.israel@judeagables.org or 305-667-5657.

Miami Jewish Film Festival's City to City: Yerucamh

The Miami Jewish Film Festival proudly presents its inaugural City to City program by shining the spotlight on emerging filmmakers from Yerucham, Israel, Miami's partnership community. This eclectic selection of films in the City to City program showcases a broad picture of rising talent, presenting new voices and perspectives in Israeli cinema. Located in the Negev Desert, and boasting the second largest lake in Israel, Yerucham is a 13-square-mile city founded in 1951 as a transit camp for new immigrants. Today, it is home to a diverse population of approximately 9,400 residents, representing a microcosm of Israel’s many cultural and ethnic communities. Through the City to City program, MJFF is excited to share the creativity of this remarkable city’s new generation of filmmakers as they advance Israeli cinema and the cultural arts.

When: Tuesday, January 23 at 8:30pm
Where: Miami Beach JCC

Click here for the lineup and to RSVP

Confronting Anti-Semitism and Extremism

The Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center and the AJC invite you to Join us for an In-Depth Conversation on the Issues Facing Our Jewish Communities today with special guest panelists Guy Gilady, Deputy Consul General of Israel; Annette Klein, Consul General of Germany; Rabbi Jonathan Berkun; and Brian D. Siegal, Director, AJC Miami. February 20th | 7:00 pm Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center 20400 NE 30TH AVE. | Aventura, FL 33180

Have Questions for the panelist? Send questions to Ask@atjc.org

Refreshments will be served! Reservations are a must!

RSVP@atjc.org or call (305) 937-1880

Concierto y Havdalá

Todos son bienvenidos

Sábado 20 de Enero

7:00 pm

at the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center

Servicio de Havdalá, seguido por un concierto de música judía e israelí con un toque latino.

Jazanit Carolina y Ariel Liberczuk

Carolina es la Jazanit de la Comunidad Bet Hilel en Buenos Aires, y Ariel es un talentoso músico que entre otras cosas fue director musical en la sinagoga del Colegio Tarbut.

Tickets are $18
Se servirá un refrigerio. RSVP (305) 937-1880

Havdallah Concert

The Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center invites the community to a very special

Havdallah Concert

Saturday, January 20th at 7:00 pm

Havdallah services followed by a concert featuring Israeli and Jewish music, with a Latino Flair with special guests

Cantor Carolina & Ariel Liberczuk

Cantor Carolina Liberczuk is the senior Cantor at congregation Bet Hilel in Buenos Aires and husband Ariel Liberczuk is a talented musician and former musical director of the Synagogue at Tarbut School.

Tickets are $18
Hors D'oeuvres will be served! Call (305) 937-1880 for tickets.

Jewish Agency Shabbat

The Community is invited to join the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center on Saturday, January 13th as we welcome Arielle Di Porto, Director of the Aliyah Division, The Jewish Agency for Israel, during Shabbat Morning services. Services begin at 9:15 am.

Arielle Di-Porto has been involved with The Jewish Agency for Israel for over 30 years. Born in Safi, Morocco she made Aliyah at the age of 17, to study Arabic and mathematics at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

Arielle moved to Italy in 1985, and shortly after, joined office of The Jewish Agency emissary in Rome. There, she began what has been an impressive career of working with highly sensitive, sometimes risky aliyah missions from the Middle East and North Africa. She was responsible for the aliyah of the Albanian Jewish community—some 350 people, and managed the Ethiopian immigration when there were no direct flights from Adis to Tel Aviv. Arielle also managed critical and sensitive immigration missions that passed through Italy from Tunis, Cuba, and Syria.

Today, Arielle serves as the Acting Director of the aliyah section in the aliyah and klitah unit of The Jewish Agency. Her current responsibilities include promoting Aliyah, especially in Europe and the Middle East. Arielle has brought her expertise and well-honed skills to effectively manage critical, often clandestine missions from Iran, Pakistan, Yemen, Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, Tunis and Yemen. With the increase in Aliyah from France, Arielle is in the forefront of their aliyah and absorption in Israel.

Most recently, Arielle was responsible for the secret immigration Yemenite Jews. Together with the emissary in the region, she helped facilitate their aliyah and worked to ensure their safe arrival in Israel. She has two children and is proud to be raising them in Israel.

For more information, visit us at www.atjc.org or call the office for more information, (305) 937-1880.

Israeli jazz trio Yogev Shetrit workshop @ FIU

The FIU School of Music, Jazz Academy Miami & The Consulate General of Israel invite you from noon to 1:00 pm, on Friday, January 12, 2018 to an enriching musical workshop with Yogev Shetrit! Free entry

Florida International University, Modesto Maidique Campus, Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center, 10910 SW 17th St, Miami, FL 33199

Shetrit will cover a wide array of demonstration topics from Andalusian, Mediterranean rhythms, polyrhythms and rhythmic groups. "The clave" of some of these rhythms and how they inspired and influenced their music.

Israeli jazz trio Yogev Shetrit @ South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center

Straight from Israel, Yogev Shetrit performs in South Miami Dade! South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center, Black Box Theater 10950 SW 211 Street, Cutler Bay, FL 33189 3 pm - Sunday, January 14, 2018 Tickets $25

Yogev Shetrit has been a professional drummer, performer, composer and music teacher for the past 18 years. In 2015, Shetrit established his band, with the goal of playing his own compositions. The band performed in jazz clubs in Israel and Europe. In February 2016, Shetrit recorded his first studio album as a bandleader and composer. The album, entitled "New Path", was launched in September 2016 and since then, the Yogev Shetrit trio has been performing across Israel and abroad. In February 2017, the trio played at “Shaon Horef” Festival in Jerusalem. In March 2017, the trio played at the International Jazz Festival in Guatemala, including two concerts and four workshops. The trio was selected to represent Israel at the Kazakhstan Expo between 16-21 July 2017 for three concerts. In September 2017, the Shetrit trio represent Israel on a tour of India which included four concerts and one workshop: A concert at the 7th International Delhi Jazz Festival, a concert in Guwahati at the District Library auditorium, a concert and workshop in the Aizawl 1st International Jazz Festival and a concert in Shillong at the U Soso Tham Auditorium.

The album “New Path” contains 11 instrumental pieces composed, arranged and produced by Shetrit, who plays drums and percussion. He elegantly fuses traditional North African music, Gnawa, Andalusian music from his Moroccan heritage, along with contemporary jazz, Jewish and Mediterranean music. His funk and Drum & Bass influences are also evident on some of the tracks.

www.smdcac.org/events/yogev-shetrit-new-path

The Consulate General of Israel supports Israeli cultural ties in the community

Israeli jazz trio Yogev Shetrit performs @ Le Chat Noir

Straight from Israel, Yogev Shetrit performs in the heart of downtown Miami! Enjoy the music at the downstairs cellar of Le Chat Noir jazz club! 2 South Miami Avenue, Miami FL 33130
10 pm - Saturday, January 13, 2018 Tickets $10

Yogev Shetrit has been a professional drummer, performer, composer and music teacher for the past 18 years. In 2015, Shetrit established his band, with the goal of playing his own compositions. The band performed in jazz clubs in Israel and Europe. In February 2016, Shetrit recorded his first studio album as a bandleader and composer. The album, entitled "New Path", was launched in September 2016 and since then, the Yogev Shetrit trio has been performing across Israel and abroad. In February 2017, the trio played at “Shaon Horef” Festival in Jerusalem. In March 2017, the trio played at the International Jazz Festival in Guatemala, including two concerts and four workshops. The trio was selected to represent Israel at the Kazakhstan Expo between 16-21 July 2017 for three concerts. In September 2017, the Shetrit trio represent Israel on a tour of India which included four concerts and one workshop: A concert at the 7th International Delhi Jazz Festival, a concert in Guwahati at the District Library auditorium, a concert and workshop in the Aizawl 1st International Jazz Festival and a concert in Shillong at the U Soso Tham Auditorium.

The album “New Path” contains 11 instrumental pieces composed, arranged and produced by Shetrit, who plays drums and percussion. He elegantly fuses traditional North African music, Gnawa, Andalusian music from his Moroccan heritage, along with contemporary jazz, Jewish and Mediterranean music. His funk and Drum & Bass influences are also evident on some of the tracks.

www.lechatnoirdesalis.com/events The Consulate General of Israel supports Israeli cultural ties in the community

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LGBTQ Seniors' Advocacy and Community in Israel Generation Zahav

A Wider Bridge invites you to meet our AWB IMPACT Garantees, advancing LGBTQ seniors' rights, community, and social services across Israel. Hear from Sara and Robin of Bershela, the LBTQ Israeli senior women organization, and Chen Arieli of the Aguda, who will discuss their critical work building out this emerging field in Israel.