Italian-Jewish Music

‘Voice For Life’

In rare N.Y. appearance, Italian singer channels songs of women imprisoned in camps and ghettos.

04/04/2013
Special To The Jewish Week

The sound is unmistakable and unique. It is, as Charlette Shulamit Ottolenghi observes, neither Ashkenazi nor Sephardic. It is entirely its own, even if the words are millennia old.

“The fact that [these women] could compose in the camps is like a miracle to me,” says Charlette Shulamit Ottlenghi, right.
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