Encounter with Jewish-inspired poetry

Article publié le 14 May 2024

21 May 2024 at 7pm, at the Rashi Institute

In the 1940s, the New York students and musicians who would become the great artists and writers of the following decade, such as Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, met in cafés to share poetry and jazz sessions. On 21 May, the Rashi Institute offers you a wonderful evening combining poetry and music. Around the works of great 20th century women poets, inspired by Jewish culture. They will be read by Odile Cohen and Laurent Natrella, with musical accompaniment by Nathan Kuperminc. The evening is presented by Gérard Rabinovitch, philosopher, Vice-President of the Rashi Institute and Director of the Emmanuel Levinas Institute-AIU. Therefore, you’re just a few notes and words away from happiness…

Registration at 03 10 95 30 07 ou contact@institut-rachi troyes.fr