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Reggae Meets Judaism
January 31, 2013   
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American alternative rock and reggae musician Matthew Paul Miller, known by his Hebrew name and stage name Matisyahu (“Gift of God”), is coming to Poland to give a concert Feb. 28 at the Centennial Hall in Wroc³aw. The concert will be the first in a series of music events held to celebrate the venue’s 100th anniversary.

Matisyahu, aged 33, plays a unique combination of reggae, hip-hop and alternative rock. His jazz-inspired vocals are also strongly influenced by songs performed by Jewish cantors. As his main source of inspiration, Matisyahu names Judaism. His songs explore the relationship between God and people. This unusual mixture has won Matisyahu wide acclaim and his album entitled Youth went gold and was nominated for a Grammy award. Matisyahu has been since hailed as the world’s most intriguing reggae musician.

The concert in Wroc³aw is the first date on Matisyahu’s European tour promoting his latest album, entitled Spark Seeker.

Matisyahu; Feb. 28, 7 p.m.
Centennial Hall; Wroc³aw, 1 Wystawowa St.
Tickets available at www.eBilet.pl, www.ticketpro.pl, biletin, Centennial Hall
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