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- For her second album, the highly acclaimed La Juderia, Yasmin Levy continued her work with the Ladino tradition but began to experiment more with the flamenco influences that date back to her residence in Spain during 2002.
In that year, she was awarded a scholarship by the Christina Herren Foundation to study flamenco in Seville.
There she was influenced strongly by the unique singing style that she then added to her own Sephardic one.
This album helped propel Yasmin to much wider recognition within the World Music community.
Her composition, La Alegria, raised Yasmin's profile enormously after she was invited to perform this song live on the BBC's "Later...with Jools Holland" TV programme. In Marseille in March 2006, Yasmin Levy was presented with the Anna Lindh Award for promoting cross-cultural dialogue, for her work with musicians covering three cultures and her connection with the history of Spain.
- Yasmin Levy
- 1 CD - 1h 4mn 8s
release date. 2009-10-05