Events

Future Events

MONTEFIORE DAY CONCERT 2018

ANNUAL MONTEFIORE DAY CONCERT

Eliot Alderman, Benjamin Wolf and Keith Clouston will be exploring the music that the Montefiores would have discovered on their pilgrimages to the Holy Land.

Sunday June 16th 2019, 3pm. Montefiore Synagogue, Dumpton Park Drive, Ramsgate CT11 8AD.

Tickets £15 - RMH Members £10.

Tickets available from Nice Things, 19-21 Harbour Street, Ramsgate CT11 8HA ... or by post (with remittance) to Ramsgate Montefiore Heritage, The Custom House, Harbour Parade, Ramsgate, CT11 8LP.

Visit to Worth Park

The Ramsgate Montefiore Heritage are planning a coach trip from Ramsgate to Worth Park on TUESDAY 16th JULY 2019 at the invitation of the Worth Park History Society. Worth Park was the home of Abraham Montefiore, younger brother of Sir Moses Montefiore, and his descendants, and is situated in Crawley, West Sussex, near Gatwick.  There will be opportunities to visit the Museum, have a guided tour round the beautiful gardens and there will also be a talk on the history of Worth Park.  Further details and invitation to book seats will be announced in mid-January. Any queries and to register interest, please email the Hon. Secretary at secretaryrmh@btinternet.com.

Guided visits to the Synagogue

Please note that the Synagogue is not open on Saturdays and Jewish holy days.  3 workings days notice is required for visits and there is a suggested donation of £4 per person payable to the Synagogue maintenance box.

Please contact Benedict Kelly, email: ramsgate@montefioreendowment.org.uk

Talk by David Latchman

A talk by Professor David Latchman.
Master of Birkbeck College London.

MONTEFIORE DAY CONCERT 2018

ANNUAL MONTEFIORE DAY CONCERT

Eliot Alderman and Benjamin Wolf explored the repertoire and development of Sephardic music from its origins and as it was heard here by Sir Moses and Lady Judith and how it developed across the Atlantic.

Talk by Elizabeth Steven

In April 2018, Elizabeth Steven gave a talk on "Abraham Montefiore, Younger brother of Sir Moses".