The Jerusalem Fund invites you to a multi-city tour
Al Hannouneh Society
a performance of
music, dance, and storytelling by one of the most highly acclaimed Palestinian folkloric societies in the Arab world
September 7th – September 22nd 2013
Featuring performances in Montclair NJ, Alexandria VA, Raleigh and Charlotte NC, Houston and Richardson TX, Downey and San Diego CA
Join us for a performance by renowned traditional folkloric group Al Hannouneh Society for Popular Culture. Specializing in dramatic choreography, music and dabke dance, Al Hannouneh seeks to preserve Palestinian culture and identity through artistic expression. Their performance in Montclair, New Jersey will be the first stop on an eight-city tour in the United States, including Alexandria, Virginia, Raleigh and Charlotte in North Carolina, Richardson and Houston in Texas, and Downey and San Diego in California.
View a sneak peak of a past performance.
Al Hannouneh is one of the most esteemed traditional folklore societies in the Arab world. Formed in 1993 as a cultural response to the threat of the loss of identity among Palestinian youth, Al Hannouneh has dedicated itself to preserving the cultural heritage of the Palestinian people both in Palestine and in the diaspora. It is driven to teach and train the youth about their own cultural heritage, particularly through dabke dance, Arabic music and dramatic choreography that tells the Palestinian narrative through artistic expression. Al Hannouneh also functions as a cultural society that preserves craft forms such as traditional dress embroidery with its many creative variations based on village of origin.
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The Jerusalem Fund for Education and Community Development is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Washington, DC that does educational and humanitarian work on behalf of Palestinians, particularly those living in the Occupied Territory and surrounding refugee camps.
The Cultural Program is a new program of the Jerusalem Fund for Education and Community Development that bridges the educational program of the Palestine Center and the arts program of the Gallery.
SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES
7 September 2013
8 September 2013
13 September 2013
14 September 2013
15 September 2013
18 September 2013
21 September 2013
22 September 2013