Manchester Jewish Museum

Hebrew Jazz Fusion
Noga Ritter Trio



Manchester Jewish Museum's synagogue


Full price £11, Concessions £10

Israel born singer-songwriter Noga Ritter and her trio bring their genre-blending music to Manchester for the first time, fusing Hebrew Jazz with global grooves for an electric and soulful musical experience.

In her eclectic music and performance Noga brings back Hebrew to its original nomad context, mixing influences from Jazz, her upbringing in Israel and diverse work in West-Africa and London. Her shows are electric and unique, full of improvisation and interaction between the musicians and with the audience.

She will be joined by Tomer Eldor on Piano (Israel) and Giuliano Osella on percussion (Italy). Be ready to be transmitted by her soulful music, and taken on a journey through her sincere lyrics and irresistible grooves! There will be a chance for everyone to join in, sing, dance and celebrate!

To get you in the mood here’s the latest release from Noga Ritter, ‘Mamelles’ featuring Ibnou Annas Gueye:

You can find Noga on:

What you need to know
This event is suitable for ages 16+. The performance may contain flashing lights.
Please note, that this event takes place at our historic synagogue with on-side seating. This event will not be socially distanced.

The doors will be open from 6PM on the day of the performance. The museum Cafe will be selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Noga Ritter’s album with Vocal Global will be on sale during the evening (available to purchase at the front desk).

Noga Ritter’s performance will be followed by an audience Q&A. The gig is a sit-down event, but we will encourage dancing and audience interaction!

How to get here
We are located on Cheetham Hill Road, just 15 minutes’ walk from Manchester’s Victoria train station and 30 minutes’ walk from Manchester City Centre. We encourage you to use public transport when travelling to the museum. You can get here by bus, Metrolink or train. See all of your travel options on:

Access information
There is step free access to the museum entrance via a ramp, a lift to the first floor, level access throughout the ground floor and two accessible gender-neutral toilets. The synagogue will have seating areas for those with accessibility needs to enjoy the performance. Please e-mail ahead of the event to arrange for any additional accessibility needs.
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