Together in Tune

UJS, in conjunction with the Jewish Music Institute, René Cassin and a host of London Jewish Societies, are proud to present our first music concert, ‘Together in Tune’.

This concert will bring together the Jewish and Gypsy, Roma, and Traveller community, through the celebration and recognition of our similar music styles. Featuring a variety of highly talented, versatile, professional singers, dancers and bands from these two communities the unique event will bring together Jewish-Roma cultural life in a celebration of music, dance and culture.

Programme of music and speakers:
Speaker: Gabor Boros
Singer: Florence Joelle
Poet: Phien O’Reachtigan
Band: Bis-Bas
See their biographies here

This event couldn’t have come at a better time, as this year will be the 70th anniversary of the UN’s Universal Declaration on Human Rights, where we are committed to call out human rights abuse, particularly with ethnic minority groups such as the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller community, whom face extreme segregation and often human rights abuse in the U.K.

By effect, this event will create a more accepting, stronger, and more dynamic community.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Refreshments and canapés: 7:00pm
Start time: 7:30pm
Event curfew 10.30pm

Student tickets: £3.50 (student ID required)
Adult tickets: £8
March 06, 2018 at 7pm - 10:30pm
North West London
Dan Rafaeli, J-Soc Officer ·
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Matthew Herkes

Will you come?

NOTE: After booking, you will still need to purchase a ticket here

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