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Israeli ensemble here to teach, perform

Israeli world music ensemble Baladino is in Clinton County all week performing and leading workshops as part of Arts Midwest World Fest. Pictured during a workshop Monday at Denver Place Elementary School in Wilmington, Baladino’s Daniel Sapir accompanies Yael Badash in a Ladino song about a conversation between a girl and her mother. The group’s week culminates in a performance Saturday night at the Murphy Theatre.


Denver students enjoy the presentation where they experience demonstrations of instruments and rhythms that were previously unfamiliar to them while hearing stories regarding history of instruments and the origins of Ladino tradition.


Eric Young Smith photo

Yonnie Dror demonstrates and tell the history of the ancestor of the bugle; the Shofar is made from a Ram’s horn.


Eric Young Smith photo

A scene from Monday’s workshop at Denver as students watch the ensemble group Baladino.


Eric Young Smith photo

Israeli world music ensemble Baladino is in Clinton County all week performing and leading workshops as part of Arts Midwest World Fest. Pictured during a workshop Monday at Denver Place Elementary School in Wilmington, Baladino’s Daniel Sapir accompanies Yael Badash in a Ladino song about a conversation between a girl and her mother. The group’s week culminates in a performance Saturday night at the Murphy Theatre.

Denver students enjoy the presentation where they experience demonstrations of instruments and rhythms that were previously unfamiliar to them while hearing stories regarding history of instruments and the origins of Ladino tradition.

Yonnie Dror demonstrates and tell the history of the ancestor of the bugle; the Shofar is made from a Ram’s horn.

A scene from Monday’s workshop at Denver as students watch the ensemble group Baladino.

Israeli world music ensemble Baladino is in Clinton County all week performing and leading workshops as part of Arts Midwest World Fest. Pictured during a workshop Monday at Denver Place Elementary School in Wilmington, Baladino’s Daniel Sapir accompanies Yael Badash in a Ladino song about a conversation between a girl and her mother. The group’s week culminates in a performance Saturday night at the Murphy Theatre.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_AMWFEYSwilmington0404161085cr.jpgIsraeli world music ensemble Baladino is in Clinton County all week performing and leading workshops as part of Arts Midwest World Fest. Pictured during a workshop Monday at Denver Place Elementary School in Wilmington, Baladino’s Daniel Sapir accompanies Yael Badash in a Ladino song about a conversation between a girl and her mother. The group’s week culminates in a performance Saturday night at the Murphy Theatre.

Denver students enjoy the presentation where they experience demonstrations of instruments and rhythms that were previously unfamiliar to them while hearing stories regarding history of instruments and the origins of Ladino tradition.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_AMWFEYSwilmington0404161139cr.jpgDenver students enjoy the presentation where they experience demonstrations of instruments and rhythms that were previously unfamiliar to them while hearing stories regarding history of instruments and the origins of Ladino tradition. Eric Young Smith photo

Yonnie Dror demonstrates and tell the history of the ancestor of the bugle; the Shofar is made from a Ram’s horn.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_AMWFEYSwilmington0404161181cr.jpgYonnie Dror demonstrates and tell the history of the ancestor of the bugle; the Shofar is made from a Ram’s horn. Eric Young Smith photo

A scene from Monday’s workshop at Denver as students watch the ensemble group Baladino.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_AMWFEYSwilmington0404161225cr.jpgA scene from Monday’s workshop at Denver as students watch the ensemble group Baladino. Eric Young Smith photo
Israeli ensemble here to teach, perform
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