Ke Haber (‘What’s new’) is a concert with stories, films and photographs, taking you on a journey from the origins of Ladino culture to the present, by three songwriters and storytellers, five musicians and a video artist. Young performers from, among others, Israel, Morocco, Turkey and Portugal pay tribute to an old, slowly fading culture which is currently experiencing a revival. Ladino is the Jedwish-Sephardic culture that has spread over Europe since the Middle Ages, originating in Spain and Portugal.