Municipalita’ 5 Napoli Vomero-Arenella
presso Via Morghen-Sala Silvia Ruotolo 2° piano-ore 12.00

Orchestra Ensemble Musicale Giovanile

Coro delle scuole Elementari DoReMiLandia

Ass. Amici di Citta’ della Scienza-Italian Jewish Cultural Centre

Coordinato dai Docenti delle Scuole Secondarie ad Indirizzo Musicale di Napoli

Gennaro Vanacore direzione di orchestra Yael Amato violino Roberta Paturzo chitarra

Marilena Erman direzione del coro Francesco Nocerino pianoforte

Saluto della Municipalita’

Coro DoReMiLandia con il brano Gam Gam

Conferenza “Un cammino senza riparo”

Interverranno:

Jessica Bercovits, Stefania Segrè, Yael Amato

Messaggio di Rabbi Barbara Irit Aiello

Kaddish di Yosef Amato

Sepharad Trio & Orchestra Ensemble Musicale Giovanile

La Rosa Enflorece, Adyo, Schindler’s List , Hatikva’: “La Speranza”

Mostra sulla Shoa’ Famiglia Segrè a cura di Laura Franchini e Stefania Segrè Niccoli

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I am promoting a Jewish Movement in South Italy where Jews from Sefardi origins can reconnect with their father's heritage. Not only they should come back by rediscovering these Jewish roots, but more important they should be able to recuperate them in the most similar way and close to the traditions belonged to their old families. What is very little known, is that Sefardi traditions got lost during the Inquisition but not completely, the importance to bring back to light all the traditions of the past is a relevant part of the coming back of these Jews, the Anusim. To encourage the research not only through history, but a practical research where people themself are part of it, and to give more space to know more about costumes of Christianos Nuevos, should be taken into account. To consider Anusim part of the Jewish Nation and to allow them to come back within their traditions rather than an enforced Conversion, I believe is a Mizvah. Too often these Jews have been sxcluded in certain circumstances by more resrictive, integralist Communities, or have been forced to undergo' a full conversion as if they were not counted as Jews.

It is actually sad, to think of the destiny they had to undergo' and the misfortune which occurred for a very long period of time more than 350 years, during the Inquisition. Recent studies have proved the presence of at least 40% Jews in South Italy during Inquisition times, the majority
of them being already expelled from Spain as Christianos Nuevos, where only the minority of them could flee abroad and return openly Jewish, mostly in Salonicco, Izmir, Rodi the Americas, and North Europe. The remaining ones had to opt for remain in the country and still be descendant of Christianos Nuevos, with all the traditions typical of these groups' of Jews.

Rabbi Barbara Aiello, has been working for the last ten years on a revival of Jewish life, therefore she has in 2007 opened Ner Tamid del Sud Synagogue where many Anusim and Jews from America participate. It is the first Synagogue in Calabria after 500 years and recently a Sefer Torah was brought to Sicily in Palermo, to the growing Chavoura' led by Salvo Asher Parrucca, a valid student of Rabbi Aiello who with the support of Enzo Li Calzi have given a wonderful examples of how Jewish life is coming back to Sicily.

On the 14th of July my son Alessandro Joseph Avraham will take his Bar Mizvah in Serrastretta, and it will be the first Bar Mizvah completely in Italian, with an Italian boy. His gift for Torah is wonderful, a great inspiration from above, which will make many Jews understand what is the soul inside a young person and a Jewish soul. It is so important for all of us to invest with young people like him, and hpefully many more. He will in this occasion play some Jewish music on his cello. Being myself a musician, I believe there is no better words than the ones of music. These words, the notes, can go fast above and will communicate directly to people's heart.