“We sing in Yiddish, we sing in Hebrew and sometimes we sing in Polish,” explains Zofia Radzikowska who joined the JCC choir in Cracow when it first opened two years ago. At the beginning it was uncertain whether the choir would be able to attract enough members. Today the multigenerational ensemble is a lively proof of the small but vibrant local Jewish community. Each singer has a slightly different reason to sing in this group: Some people want to learn more about their Jewish roots whereas others recognize something in Jewish culture that was extricated from Polish culture.
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