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Yasmin Levy (IL)

Yasmin Levy (Hebrew: יסמין לוי‎), born on December 23, 1975 in Jerusalem, Israel, is an Israeli singer-songwriter of Judeo-Spanish music.

Yasmin Levy is of Sephardic descent from the city of İzmir, Turkey. Her late father, Yitzhak (Isaac) Levy (1919–1977), was a composer and hazzan (cantor), as well as a 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 Aki Yerushalayim.

With her distinctive and emotive style, Yasmin has brought a new interpretation to the medieval Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) song by incorporating more "modern" sounds of Andalusian flamenco and Persian music, as well as combining instrument...

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