After eleven days in the middle of the city with the Pop Up Monument, we will have explored old and new Jewish aspects of Frankfurt, enjoyed concerts, readings, discussions and films, and discussed a range of topics with one another. To conclude this experience we would like to celebrate our last evening in the monument with you and the band Jewdysee.
Jewdyssee is musical “Yiddishkait” – which needs to be not only experienced but also celebrated! Maya Saban and her band give Yiddish musical culture a new intercultural orientation by combining club sounds with traditionals and electro beats with swing. Founded in 2008, the German-Israeli band from Berlin links the Orient with the Occident, the Middle East with the Eastern Bloc. In 2015 they provided the official song for the European Maccabi Games in Berlin, “Maccabi Chai”.
A collaboration with the Frankfurt Jewish Community.
And don’t forget that at the end of the evening you will be able to take the Frankfurt Chair you built home with you – or you can pick it up the next day between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Pop Up Monument.
Admission: 10 € / concession 8 €
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