Yasmin Levy

Yasmin Levy

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Yasmin Levy, born on December 23, 1975 in Jerusalem, is an Israeli singer-songwriter of Judaeo-Spanish music.


Her late father, Yitzhak Levy, was a composer and cantor, pioneer researcher into the long and rich history of the Ladino music and culture of Spanish Jewry and its diaspora, being the editor of the Ladino language magazine . With her distinctive and emotive style, Yasmin has brought a new interpretation to the medieval Ladino/Judeo-Spanish song by incorporating more "modern" sounds of Andalusian Flamenco and Persian, as well as combining instruments like the darbuka, oud, violin, cello, and piano. In her second album, La Judería (Sp: "The Jewish Quarter"), she also covered the popular songs Gracias a la Vida by Violeta Parra and Nací en Alamó from the film Vengo, directed by Tony Gatlif, which in its original version won the 2001 César Award for Best Music Written for a Film (itself being a cover of "Το Τραγούδι των Γύφτων" , written by Greek songwriter Dionysis Tsaknis in 1990).

Her debut album was Romance & Yasmin in 2000, which earned her a nomination as Best Newcomer for the fRoots / BBC Radio 3 World Music Awards 2005, followed in 2005 with her second album La Juderia. In 2006 she was nominated again, then in the category Culture Crossing.

Yasmin's work earned her the Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation Award for promoting...
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