In this difficult time, when there are so many things to think about, the Sefarad Festival in Montreal is keen to offer the public all the events of this 48th edition online. An essential cultural event, the Sefarad Festival in Montreal, which will take place from November 14 to 30, will offer a remarkable and eclectic program.

Highlights from the Sefarad 2020 Festival:

  • Saturday, November 14 at 8pm, opening show, Neev and friends, laugh in your living room! smiles, laughter and comedy with Neev, Anas Hassouna and Yannick de Martino
  • Tuesday, November 22 at 7 p.m. A true publishing phenomenon — 50 million books sold, translated into 49 languages — Marc Levy is the most widely read French author in the world. This best-selling novelist is back in full force with a new and captivating story, “C’est arrivé la nuit” (Robert Laffont / Versilio Editions), narrating the breathless adventures of outlaws with hearts of gold, villains of all types. Marc Levy will participate, live from New York, in a literary talk moderated by journalist Elias Levy.
  • On Saturday, November 28, at 8 p.m., a unique tribute to two legends of the song, Charles Aznavour and Leonard Cohen. We invite you on a mesmerizing musical journey hosted by Sonia Benezra from the Olympia in Montreal. This virtual show will feature renowned singers and artists from here and abroad under the artistic direction of the great violinist and maestro of the Longueuil Symphony Orchestra, Alexandre Da Costa. From Mario Pelchat to Kim Richardon to Patsy Gallant, Marc Hervieux and Frédéric Zeitoun. A dazzling, intoxicating and emotional show with singers who constantly seduce and move us.