On Israel’s version of American Idol, a 30-year-old mother of four became a sensation after revealing that she had stopped singing for 10 years because of religion.
A women’s only open-mic night in Brooklyn provides a creative outlet for women who observe kol isha. But some still find the restrictions creatively shackling.
One year after an Orthodox Jewish girl was suspended from school for singing on Israel’s ‘The Voice,’ a Sicilian nun drew cheers for singing on Italy’s version of the same show.
The Israelites celebrated freedom with a song. So why is Ophir Ben-Shetreet being punished for showing off her God-given talent?