Flory Jagoda, raised in a musical household in Bosnia, traces her heritage to pre-Inquisition Spain. Tragically, her entire family was killed in the Holocaust, and in 1978 she began to write, record, teach and perform the music she had learned from them. Flory’s mission has been to continue her family’s cultural legacy through their music. She has been widely labeled “keeper of the flame” for her significant role in reviving Ladino music. www.florysflamemovie.com
This compelling one-hour documentary celebrates the life and music of renowned 90-year old Sephardic composer and performer Flory Jagoda. The film interlaces Flory’s personal narrative with selections from her moving September 2013 Celebration Concert at the US Library of Congress. Her strength of spirit shines through her challenging but ultimately triumphant story.
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Free but tickets required.
Note: All ticket-holders must arrive at least ten minutes before the event. Any seats not occupied at that time will be offered to walk-ins.
Jacob Family Theatre at
The Posluns Auditorium