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Festivals

Yiddish Summer Weimar

(Weimar, Germany) One of the most famous Jewish music festivals in the world.
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Libraries and archives

Yiddish Voice

(Boston, USA) - Audio files, Yiddish radio broadcasts and dedicated to Yiddish culture
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Online resources

Yidlid

Lyrics of Yiddish songs in French, English, Yiddish and transliteration.
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Libraries and archives

YIVO

(New York, USA) - The largest library and resource center in the United States dedicated to the culture of Eastern European Jews and to Yiddish.
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Musical artists and Bands

You shouldn’t know from it

(Berlin, Klezmer) 5 musicians from different countries gather in Berlin to form a traditional klezmer orchestra
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Online resources

Zemirot Database

Website with many zemirot (lyrics and audio to listen). Anyone can add songs.
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Libraries and archives

Zydowski Instytut Historyczny

(Warsaw, Poland) The Jewish Historical Institute is one of the largest research centers dedicated to Jews in Poland and Central Europe.
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