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Limmud After Dark | Sunday 13 June @Moriah College
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Sunday, June 13 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
A Limmud Oz musical journey from Sepharad to Brooklyn

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PERFORMANCE | Join us for an uplifting opening to Limmud Oz 2021, with two musical acts that will transport you from Sepharad to Brooklyn.

Kim Cunio and Heather Lee return to Limmud Oz after many years to perform their historically informed musically adventurous Sephardi and Mizrahi repertoire. Kim and Heather are a unique musical duo. Heather is an award winning opera singer whose vocal power and control are amazing to behold, while Kim is a composer who has researched and brought back to life sacred and traditional music from around the world. They are transformative and transfixing in performance.

Brooklyn Bear is an earthy and melodious duo whose music spans intimate folk, dreamy indie pop and world music experiences. As voices intertwine and instruments shimmer, they lead you on a journey to an oak cottage fireplace, welcoming you to the warm, flickering embrace of their divine sounds. Kick back, listen, love…

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Kim Cunio

Dr Kim Cunio is a composer, music historian, instrumentalist and singer who is equally at home in reconstructive, contemporary & classical music forms. Kim lectures at the Australian National University and supervises students to Doctorate level as well as being active as a music... Read More →
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Heather Lee

Heather Lee has performed at the White House, United Nations and the Sydney 2000 Olympics, and has been the recorded voice for major events including the Asian Games and Winter Olympics. With an ability to sing in many languages and styles, Heather has focused on both sacred traditional... Read More →
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Aliza Waxman

Aliza Waxman is a Sydney born and raised singer/songwriter. Channeling the greats such as Joni Mitchell and Carole King, Aliza's angelic voice has you mesmerised from the first note. You will regularly find her performing at Emanuel Synagogue's Shabbat Live service on Friday nights... Read More →
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Miron Williams

Miron Williams is an Israeli musician. Miron first picked up a guitar at the tender age of 5, and after developing a love of music he honed in on his favourite genres of country and blues. He and Aliza Waxman team up to form Brooklyn Bear.

Sunday June 13, 2021 5:00pm - 6:00pm AEST
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