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zunz logoThe 4th Halle Jewish Cultural Days 2016:

October 25 – November 14, 2016

The Program

Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 8 p.m., Steintor-Varieté

 

Opening Concert: The Klezmatics – The 30 Years’ Jubilee Tour
The Klezmatics, the super stars of Klezmer, celebrate their 30th anniversary also in Halle! The world renowned Klezmatics, winner of a Grammy Award for Wonder Wheel, are among the most successful performers of Jewish popular music. Founded in the New Yorker East Village in 1986, the band did not only succeed in reviving traditional klezmer but the six musicians have continuously developed it. They have proven that Yiddish music does not have to be nostalgic, schmaltzy, or sappy. They have mixed older Jewish songs with innumerable other genres such as Jazz, Latin, Ska, Afro, Rock, or Balkan.

In an artistic as well as commercial sense: The Klezmatics are the most successful performers in their genre. They have published ten records so far, and have mastered numerous performances in theaters, clubs, TV-shows, and festivals.

In the fall of 2016, this special New York band is publishing a new album: Apkorsim—Heretics. The Klezmatics will bring their unique sound to Halle on their global 30 Years’ Jubilee Tour! Be a part of it! Enjoy a musical treat of world class!

 Where?: Am Steintor 10, 06112 Halle
How?: Order your tickets through www.steintor-variete.de
Admissions: EUR 32/ EUR 26 (reduced)

 

Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 7:30 p.m., Department of Judaic/Jewish Studies

Lecture by Prof. Dr. Guiseppe Veltri (Hamburg and Halle): “A Quick Visit with Lasting Repercussions: Leopold Zunz and the Wissenschaft des Judentums in Halle on the Saale”

Leopold Zunz, Hebrew name: Jomtob Lipmann, was born on August 10, 1796 in Detmold, the capital of Lippe-Detmold. He died  in Berlin on March 17, 1886. The University in Halle-Wittenberg conferred the Diploma, thus the doctoral degree, on January 2, 1821. This lecture, in the 130th anniversary of Zunz’s death, describes the circumstances of his involvement with Halle, and why Martin Luther University was so important for the Wissenschaft des Judentums.

Find out what is so fascinating about the man in whose honor was named the Leopold Zunz Zentrum, organizer of the Halle Jewish Cultural Days!

 Where?: Department of Judaic/Jewish Studies, Großer Berlin 14, 06108 Halle
Admission: Free admission; we welcome your donations.
Language: German

 

Friday, October 28, 2016, 4:45 p.m., Synagogue

Shabbat at the Synagogue

Shabbat is the holiest among the Jewish holy days. It is celebrated with a service at the synagogue at sundown before Saturday, thus on Friday evening when the first three stars are visible. Even if you are not a member, you are cordially invited to join in at the synagogue of the Jewish Congregation in Halle. Please do also stay for the Kiddush, the blessing over wine and bread, and a collective meal after service. Get to know our congregation. Please note that the service will not be preceded by an introduction for non-Jewish participants. There are 20 seats available at the synagogue for non-members.

You are male? Do not forget to bring your own hat as male attendants of all ages are required to cover their heads. You forgot your own kippah? Do not despair; kippot will be available at the entrance. Please, do also remember that pictures must not be taken once the Shabbat has commenced.

Where?: Synagogue; Humboldstrasse 52 (near the Water Tower), 06114 Halle
How?: Seats at the synagogue are limited. Please register early on a first-come-first-serve basis through http://anmeldung.juedischekulturhalle. Do not forget your ID on the day of service!
Languages?: Hebrew, German, Russian, any language depending on participants

 

Saturday, October 29, 2016, 7:30 p.m., Stadtmuseum

 Lecture by Dr. Stefan Litt (Jerusalem): “Between Tradition and Early Modernity: Jewish Printing in the 18th Century on the Territory of the modern State of Saxony-Anhalt”

Printing has been used for purposes of Jewish culture since the invention of the mechanical movable type printing. It was in particular important for Judaism as a religion based on tradition and the study of texts. Thus a number of print shops had begun producing Jewish books before and after the year 1500. In the 18th century there was a net of Jewish print shops that had been woven all over Europe. Among them were some small, but nevertheless productive, Jewish print shops in the cities of Anhalt (Bernburg, Dessau, Jessnitz, Köthen) but also in Halle itself. They acquired some prominence in the history of the Jewish book. Leading from the basics of the history of Jewish print, this fascinating lecture will bring closer to you the Central German print shops and their books. See some original prints from the Achim Beyer Collection of the Leopold Zunz Zentrum.

 Where:  City Museum/Stadtmuseum, Große Märkerstr. 10 (Großer Berlin) , 06108 Halle
Admission: EUR 4; buy early at the Museum
Languages: German

 

Sunday, October 30, 2016, Beginning 10 a.m.

 Guided Tours of Jewish Halle and the Synagogue with René Zahl

What is Halle without its Jewish past and present? Join René Zahl, our expert for Halle, on two tours. Discover Jewish Halle and the synagogue on Humboldtstrasse with its historic cemetery!

 Where and When?: See individual tours.
Admission:
EUR 3 for one tour, EUR 4.50 for both.
How?: Book early through karten@juedischekulturhalle.de or 0157-566-061-14; or buy early at the Tourist Information at Marktplatz 13 (additional fees apply).
Language: German

 

City Tour, 10 p.m.

This guided tour through downtown Halle will introduce you to the one millennium that the history of Jewish Halle covers. Beginning at Moritzburg Castle we will walk over to the Grosse Ulrichstrasse, Market Square, Grosse Märkerstrasse to the memorial at Jerusalem Square. The focus of our tour will be on the period since the middle-ages, and synagogues and cemeteries in Halle present and past, and Jewish business life up to the 1920s. The tour will cover some 2km/~1 mile and some 90 minutes.

 Where?: Meet at Friedemann-Bach-Platz 6 (former Physics Department)

 Synagogue Tour, 2 a.m.

This guided tour through the synagogue allows you to visit the building, learn about its interiors and their importance for the religious services. You will also have the chance to visit the Dr. Hunt H. Unger Museum at the synagogue which was dedicated on April 16, 2015. Its most precious object is the hanukka menorah of the Old Synagogue in Halle (dedicated in 1885 and destroyed in 1938). Afterwards, you will be able to learn more about the historic cemetery and Jewish burial rite. This tour will cover some 90 minutes.

Please remember that male attendants of all ages are required to cover their heads in the synagogue as well as on the cemetery. Kippot will be available at the entrance.

 Where?: Meet at the entrance of the Synagogue, Humboldstrasse 52 (near Water Tower)

 

Sunday, October 30, 2016:

Themed Day on the Halle Jewish Cultural Days on Radio Corax

Radio Corax, the independent station for Halle will cover the entire Halle Jewish Cultural Days 2016. Curious? Tune in on October 30 for a themed day! International music, art, and cultural projects will be brought to you from 10 a.m. to midnight.  Specifics will be published on juedischekulturhalle.de, 959.radiocorax.de, and the October schedule of Radio Corax.

 Where?: 95.9 FM on your radio, as live stream or cable! Refer to 959.radiocorax.de/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1402.

Languages?: German, Russian, English, any language depending on participants

 

Monday, October 31, 2016, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Department of Music/Music Education

 Workshop with Trio Yas and Çiğdem Aslan: Who Owns this Tune?

What do a gonif in the murky waters of Izmir’s underworld and a Jewish conscript in the Russian army have in common? A tune. What do you, an international klezmer trio, and a Turko-British singer with an Alevist background have in common? Lots of tunes!

Çiğdem Aslan and Trio Yaz will take you on a journey in this workshop; a tune’s journey as it travels through the nations and cultures while it tells so many tales. They will, together with you, the participants, explore the manifold ways a song can be performed. You will explore the similarities and differences of Jewish, Greek, and other styles.

 Where:  Dachritzstraße 6, 06108 Halle
How?: If you play an instrument, register through info@juedischekulturhalle.de with your name, address, age and a brief musical CV. Open for everybody older than 12 years of age. You are younger than that but still wish to join? Convince us.
Admission: EUR 15, (reduced) EUR 10.
Languages: Music, English, German

 

Monday, October 31, 2016, beginning 8 p.m., Café Brohmers

 

Jam Session at Brohmers

You are still in the mood for world-class music? You want to listen to the fusion sounds of the workshop over a glass of beer or wine? Come, experience the admissions-free jam session as performed by the staff and the participants of our workshop! Join in! www.brohmers.de

 

Where: Café Brohmers, Bernburger Strasse 9 (near Reileck), 06108 Halle
Admission: Free admission; we welcome your donations.
Language: Music

 

Tuesday, November 01, 2016, 8 p.m., Objekt5

 Concert: Trio Yas feat. Çiğdem Aslan

Trio Yas is one of the most exciting new bands in Jewish music and beyond. “Klezmer Clarinet Super Star” Christian Dawid and his companions have collected musical gems which they will present on a voyage of the mind from Eastern Europe to the Middle East.

Çiğdem Aslan is considered the rising star in South-Eastern European music. The charismatic cosmopolitan from London has Kurdish-Turkish roots, and travels the world to perform in numerous countries in Greek, Turkish, Kurdish but also Armenian, Ladino and Yiddish.

Together with Trio Yas, Çiğdem explores and celebrates similarities and differences in cultures which have lived and interacted over centuries. There are fascinating dialogues to be heard, musical kaleidoscopes to be witnessed that brilliantly bring together Jewish klezmer, Greek smyrneiko, Arabian rhythms, Turkish and Israeli tunes, Sephardic and Armenian poetry and much more. Let them take you on a journey from the old Café Aman to Tel Aviv, Berlin, and London.
See trioyas.com and cigdemaslan.com

Çiğdem Aslan (GB) – Vocals

Sanne Möricke (NL/D) – Akkordeon

Christian Dawid (D) – Clarinet

Guy Schalom (GB) – Drums
Where: Objekt5, Seebener Straße 5, 06114 Halle
How?: See objekt5.de
Admissions:
EUR 13 for early birds, and EUR 15 on the day.
Language: Music

 

 Wednesday, November 02, 2016, 7:30 p.m. Uhr, Löwengebäude

 Tantshoyz with Trio Yas and Andreas Schmitges

The Tantshoyz has been with the Jewish Cultural Days since year 1. Does it really need introducing? Enjoy guided dancing in the heart of the university to live music. We are very grateful for the University of Halle-Wittenberg to allow us using the historic main auditorium. You don’t have a dancing partner? You will find one. Please wear shoes with soft soles and rather leave pointy heals at home in order to protect the historic hardwood floor.

 Instrumentation:

Trio Yas

Sanne Möricke (NL/D) – Akkordeon

Christian Dawid (D) – Clarinet

Guy Schalom (GB) – Drums
Your MC and dancing instructor: Andreas Schmitges

 

Where: Auditorium Maximum of Martin Luther University, Löwengebäude/Lions Building, Universitätsplatz, 06108 Halle
How?: Book early through karten@juedischekulturhalle.de or 0157-566-061-14, or buy early at the Tourist Information at Marktplatz 13 (additional fees apply).
Admission: EUR 10/ EUR 8 (reduced)
Language: Music, let’s face it, you will get the drift even if your German is not perfect

 

Thursday, November 03, 2016, 19.30 Uhr, City Library Halle

 LITERAtainment with Dr. Hans-Henning Schmidt (Halle): “Hunger for Life: Else Lasker- Schüler and Mascha Kaléko”

The paths of German Jewish poetesses Lasker-Schüler and Kaléko led them to Berlin (from the Ruhr and Galicia respectively). Both had been home at the Ku’damm in the 1920s and 1930s. Subsequently, the Nazis pushed them to exile in Jerusalem, where neither found a home. The lives of both women are touchingly reflected in their poems such as the collections “My Blue Piano” (Laske-Schüler) and “The Lyrical Short Hand Notebook” (Keléko). The presenter will refer to biographical aspects during this special event. If you expect an ordinary reading, you will be disappointed!

 Where: City Library, Salzgrafenstrasse 2 (near Market Square, down the stairs), 06108 Halle
Admission: Free admission; we welcome your donations.
Language: German

 

Friday, November 4, 2016, 3:30 p.m., Synagogue

 Shabbat at the Synagogue

 

Shabbat is the holiest among the Jewish holy days. It is celebrated with a service at the synagogue at sundown before Saturday, thus on Friday evening when the first three stars are visible. Even if you are not a member, you are cordially invited to join in at the synagogue of the Jewish Congregation in Halle. Please do also stay for the Kiddush, the blessing over wine and bread, and a collective meal after service. Get to know our congregation. Please note that the service will not be preceded by an introduction for non-Jewish participants. There are 20 seats available at the synagogue for non-members.

You are male? Do not forget to bring your own hat as male attendants of all ages are required to cover their heads. You forgot your own kippah? Do not despair; kippot will be available at the entrance. Please, do also remember that pictures must not be taken once the Shabbat has commenced.

 

Where?: Synagogue; Humboldstrasse 52 (near the Water Tower), 06114 Halle

How?: Seats at the synagogue are limited. Please register early on a first-come-first-serve basis through JKH2016@jghalle.de. Do not forget your ID on the day of service!

 

Friday, November 04 and Saturday, November 05, 2016, Stadtmuseum Halle

 

Discoveries XVI, November 4 and 5

¡ Exultations !

Together with the Kurt Weill Festival in Dessau we have a special program for you! Be surprised. Specifics will be published on juedischekulturhalle.de and kurt-weill-fest.de/indexen.html.

The young rebels of expressionism sought to turn all tables. The poets broke the confinements of grammar; the painters allowed the paint to explode, and the composers had discovered the harmony of disharmony. Alfred Wolfenstein (1883–1945) shared the feeling. Born in Halle and raised in Dessau, he founded his paper “Exultations” in 1919. It gave the name to the 16th Discoveries, which are offered in cooperation with the City Museum and the Leopold Zunz Zentrum on the occasion of the 4th Halle Jewish Cultural Days.

Be curious, be surprised, and be there for the manifold subjects of the Kurt Weill Festival.

 Where:  City Museum, Große Märkerstr. 10 (Großer Berlin) , 06108 Halle
Admission: free
Languages?: German and Music

 

Sunday, November 06, 2016, 3 p.m., Stadtmuseum Halle

 Meal over Talk and Music – Talk and Music over Meal

 

Join us for a special treat at a special location! The Jewish Congregation of Halle cordially invites you to an excursion to the traditional Jewish cuisine of our congregation.  Enjoy the magic done by our cooks over kosher wine and/or Israeli beer and/or non-alcoholic beverages! Listen to some songs as performed by our members of the congregation.

While you delight in our culinary treats in the magnificent rooms of the City Museum, we will happily answer your questions to Jewish cuisine in relation to Jewish religion and traditions. Don’t forget to bring your appetite (or your ID)!

 

Where:  City Museum, Grosse Märkerstr. 10 (Grosser Berlin) , 06108 Halle
Admission: EUR 30
How?: Unfortunately, the seats at the table are limited to 60. Please register early through http://anmeldung.juedischekulturhalle.de
Languages?: Food and Music, German and Russian, English and any language depending on participants

 

Sunday, November 06, 2016, 7 p.m., Stadtmuseum Halle

Arpeggiato with “A gitn Yontov”

All seven musicians of the chamber ensemble Apeggiato, founded in Potsdam in 2005, are graduates of universities and conservatories in Moscow, Kiev, Berlin or Warsaw.

Their program A gitn Yontov (Happy Holiday!) is marked by lively Jewish dance music. Be invited to enjoy a concert full of spirit along the members of our congregation. Listen to Aleksandr Babenko (violin), Olga Babenko (violin), Mikhail Ganevskiy (cello), Domenica Reetz (harp), Anatoliy Karmazin (clarinet), Alisa Kravtsova (vocals), and Sergej Kolmanovski (presentation, vocals, piano).

Where:  City Museum, Grosse Märkerstr. 10 (Grosser Berlin) , 06108 Halle
How?: Book early through karten@juedischekulturhalle.de or 0157-566-061-14. Reserved tickets have to be picked up by 15 minutes before the program begins. You can also buy your ticket early at the Tourist Information at Marktplatz 13 (additional fees apply).
Admission: EUR 10
Language: Music, German

 

Monday, November 07, 2016, 7:30 p.m., Löwengebäude

 

Presentation by Thorsten Plate (Leipzig): “Jewish Life in Leipzig”

 What would Halle be without its big sister Leipzig? Since the early middle ages, Jews have contributed to the growth of Leipzig in matters of commerce and trade, culture and society — with all the ups and downs of a history covering 800 years. Let us delve into the vivid Jewish life in Leipzig’s past and look at the Israelitish Community of Religion in Leipzig today with its some 1,300 members. Let us also turn to the Ariowitsch Haus e.V., Lepzig’s Center for Culture and Meeting, and the numerous events there.

The program today is the first of our two sub-Jewish Cultural Days dedicated to Leipzig.

Where: Martin Luther University, Löwengebäude/Lions Building, Universitätsplatz, 06108 Halle
Admission: Free admission; we welcome your donations.
Language: German

 

Wednesday, November 09, 2016, 1:15 a.m., Heinrich Heine Gymnasium in Bitterfeld-Wolfen

Presentation by Students of HH Gymnasium (Bitterfeld-Wolfen): “Finding Traces: Jewish Life in Bitterfeld-Wolfen”

The student participants of the project group “School Without Racism – Courageous School” of Heinrich Heine High School in Bitterfeld-Wolfen are proud to present today the results of their research. In close cooperation with the Stiftung Erinnerung-Verantwortung-Zukunft and the County Museum of Bitterfeld-Wolfen, they have explored Jewish life in the city of Bitterfeld until November 1938. Not only Walter Rathenau, the former secretary of state for Weimar Germany, had lived and shaped the city. Among the Jewish residents were the families Posender, May, Marian, Hart, and Wolff. The students will inform you on their lives and the Jewish community of Bitterfeld.

Based on their findings, the participants of the project group have already installed commemorative plaques in the city, and the County Museum is preparing a publication. This presentation is open to the public.

Where: Room O303, Heinrich-Heine-Gymnasium Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Ortsteil Wolfen, Reudener Strasse 74, 06766 Bitterfeld-Wolfen
Language: German

 

Thursday, November 10, 2016, 19:30 Uhr, Synagogue

 Reading by Küf Kaufmann (Leipzig): “Vodka Is Always Kosher”

 

It is rare to find a Jewish official and Jewish artist rolled into one. Even rarer is one who is actually funny the way Küf Kaufmann is with his stories. Born in Russian Marx (on the Volga) in 1947, Kaufmann had been a director at the Soviet Revue Theater “Leningrad Music Hall” for 20 years. He has lived in Germany since 1990, and has been active in several TV productions. He acted in Dominik Graf’s Russian Mafia Serial “In the Face of Crime,” and directed shows. Kaufmann is likely best known to the German audience through his collaboration with Bernd-Lutz Lange for “Merry and Meshugah,” and Griseldis Wenner for “Schlamassel and Massel.”  As an author, Kaufmann published “Vodka Is Always Kosher,” a hilarious novel about drinking and living, in 2011. He has read from it all over Germany ever since. Now, witness Kaufmann’s wit and comedy in Halle when he reads stories from his own life.

Küf Kaufmann has been active in the revival of East German Jewish life as the long-term president of the Israelitish Community of Religion in Leipzig, vice president of the State Association of the Saxon Jewish Congregations, and member of the board of the Central Council of Jews in Germany.

The program today is the second of our two sub-Jewish Cultural Days dedicated to Leipzig.

 

Where?: Synagogue; Humboldstrasse 52 (near the Water Tower), 06114 Halle
How?: Book early through karten@juedischekulturhalle.de or 0157-566-061-14. You can also buy your ticket early at the Tourist Information at Marktplatz 13 (additional fees apply).
Admission: EUR 4.50/ EUR 3 (reduced)
Language: German

 

Saturday, November 12, 2016, 8 p.m.,  Löwengebäude

 Joint Concert and  CD Presentation with Bube Dame König (Halle) and Voices of Ashkenaz (USA, IL, D)

 German folk-songs at Jewish Cultural days? Really? Yes, of course! We are talking about a common (German) Jewish and Gentile musical tradition that dates back well into the middle ages. There exists a treasure trove of German and Yiddish folk-songs today that tell similar stories and legends, and ask similar questions. Bube Dame König as well as Voices of Ashkenaz wander through the world of these songs. The first band, Halle’s own!, has just received the The German Record Critics’ Award. The latter is constituted by some of the most popular international musicians of the genre. Among them are Michael Alpert (recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts, USA), Sveta Kundish (UA/IL/D), and virtuoso violinist Deborah Strauss (USA). Voices of Ashkenaz will present their new CD on this occasion.

Be prepared for a night of musical surprises, and two top bands playing together in a climactic voyage through our German, German Jewish, non-German Jewish heritage. Not to be missed!

Where?: Auditorium Maximum of Martin Luther University, Löwengebäude/Lions Building, Universitätsplatz, 06108 Halle
How?: Book early through karten@juedischekulturhalle.de or 0157-566-061-14. Reserved tickets have to be picked up by 15 minutes before the program begins. You can also buy your ticket early at the Tourist Information at Marktplatz 13 (additional fees apply).
Admission: EUR 16/ EUR 10 (reduced)
Language: Music, English, Deutsch, Yiddish/ ייִדיש

 

Sunday, November 13, 2016, Beginning 10 a.m. in Halle

 Guided Tours of Jewish Halle and the Synagogue with René Zahl

 Where, When, How, How long?, Language: See the description of October 30; the same times and places apply. This is the Halle tour of the concurrent Jewish tours in Saxony-Anhalt.

 

Sunday, November 13, 2016, 2 p.m. in Dessau

Guided Tour of the Jewish Cemetery in Dessau with Dr. Bernd Ulbrich

 Members of the once large Jewish community in Dessau had been buried on the Jewish cemetery from the 1680s until the Nazi period. Among them are the parents of Moses Mendelssohn, and influential representatives of German Reform Jewry and Judaism, such as State Council of Anhalt Dr. Hermann Cohn. Today, the cemetery is used again for burials. Get to know the checkered history of the cemetery and of Jewish life in Dessau. The tour will take some 60 minutes.

Please remember that male attendants of all ages are required to cover their heads in the synagogue as well as on the cemetery. Please bring a hat.

This is the Dessau tour of the concurrent Jewish tours in Saxony-Anhalt.

Where and When?: Meet at the cemetery’s entrance in Strasse am Leipziger Tor, Dessau.
Admission: EUR 2
Language: German

 

Sunday, November 13, 2016, 6 p.m., Stadtmuseum Halle

 Presentation by Dr. Diana Matut and Dialect Cabaret Artist Wolfrahm Föhse: “Ische, Scheks, Maloche…: Yiddish and Rotwelsch in the Halle Dialect”

Many Yiddish and Rotwelsch terms have found their place in the living and breathing German language. Many regions and communities, such as Halle, boast an especially high proportion of them. The entertaining presentation will take you on a quest for exciting word-histories, embedded in the texts in the Halle dialect as they are magnificently performed by Wolfram Föhse.

 Where:  Große Märkerstr. 10 (Großer Berlin) , 06108 Halle
Admission: EUR 4; buy early at the Museum
Languages: Hallesch and High German, Yiddish and Rotwelsch

 

Monday, November 14, 2016, 6:30 p.m., In Halle: Department of British and American Studies

 Digital Lecture by Prof. Dr. Tobias Brinkmann: “German Jews Beyond Germany: A Transnational History”

 Following our first-ever simultaneous broadcast last year, join us for the second-ever straight from Pennsylvania. Prof. Brinkmann (Pennsylvania State University) will speak to an audience on four continents (Africa, America, Asia, and Europe). Listen to, ask about, add your comment, and discover:

German Jewish history is one of the most detailed studied fields in Jewish and German history. Apart from the history of Jewish emigrants from Nazi Germany little is known about German Jews abroad. This is surprising. Even a cursory look at the pages of 19th century German Jewish periodicals and newspapers reveals close German Jewish ties to communities in different parts of Europe and especially in the United States. In his talk Prof. Brinkmann will discuss why modern Jewish history remains beholden to the nation-state paradigm and why the transnational perspective can provide a better understanding of German Jewish history but also modern Jewish history more generally.

Live from Pennsylvania and in English to the world.

 

Where in Cape Town: Kaplan Center for Jewish Studies and Research Center at Cape Town University, Rachel Bloch House on UCT’s Upper Campus, Rondebosch 7701, South Africa.

Where in Halle: Department for British and American Studies, Martin Luther University, Adam-Kuckhoff-Straße 35, 06108 Halle, Germany.

Where in Jerusalem: Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem, Bostanai St 33, Jerusalem, Israel.

Where in Merseburg: HoMe Akademie, University of Applied Sciences in Merseburg, Ga (Gartenhaus), Günther-Adolphi-Strasse 3, 06217Merseburg, Germany.

 

Admission: Free admission in Halle and Merseburg; we welcome your donations.

Language: English

Freundeskreis Leopold Zunz Zentrum e.V., Große Märkerstrasse 13, 06108 Halle/Saale, Germany