Israeli singer/songwriter Yasmin Levy, a performer of Sephardic origin with family roots in Turkey, will take the stage at Istanbul's Zorlu Performing Arts Center on May 5.
The 40-year-old performer is considered by many to be the leading singer in Ladino - an ancient mix of Hebrew and Spanish. The award-winning singer is also well known for emotional songs such as "Naci en Alamo" and "La Alegria."
Her music is a mix of Sephardic influences and the musical traditions of the Middle East and Anatolia. She also combines Middle Eastern instruments such as the darbuka, oud, and European instruments such as violin, cello, and piano.
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