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Highlights of the Washington Jewish Music Festival

The Maccabeats have racked up more than 8 million views for the video of their Hanukkah song, "Candlelight." (Uri Westrich)

Whether you're looking for new music or connecting with your Jewish roots, the DCJCC's 14th annual Washington Jewish Music Festival will have you covered.

On Sunday night, world-renowned Israeli singer Achinoam Nini, or Noa, kicks off the fest with a performance at the Cultural Arts Center in Silver Spring. That's followed by Israeli-African fusion group Mika Karni and Kol Dodi playing at Sixth & I on Wednesday and a capella YouTube stars the Maccabeats performing on Thursday at the Jewish Primary Day School of the Nation's Capital. A diverse slew of shows, music and a movie screening continue through May 11. Find a complete schedule on the JCC's Web site.



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