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Jochebed

(jŏk`ēbĕd), in the Bible, mother of Moses.
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In an article entitled "The Revolutionary Revelation," Sara Yoheved Rigler (2004) puts matters into fresh perspective by asking: "What would a world without Torah look like?
Jarred Dunn, author and pianist, has been Assistant to David Dubal at The Juilliard School, where he studied with Jacob Lateiner and Yoheved Kaplinsky.
148) Yoheved Novogjoder-Shoshan, Israel, in Data PROTECTION AND PRIVACY, supra note 145, at 239; Act on the Protection of Personal Information Act No.
EJR: I earned my BM and MM degrees from the Juilliard School as a full scholarship student of Yoheved Kaplinsky.
As Moravec explains, Yoheved Weinfeld created this photograph, Stitched Breasts, a self-portrait, in 1974, as an investigation of key issues of feminist art: feminist identity, its relationship to the body, and the possibilities of using the body to challenge how male artists rendered women as objects.
Rebecca Yoheved Starr," it reads, " was married there Saturday evening to Adam Shalom Kazan.
Interwoven with conservations with Sean Kennard, Rachel Kudo, Esther Park, and Mei-Ting Sun are their rehearsals, performances, and travels about Warsaw, as well as interviews with pianists/teachers Edward Aldwell, Agustin Arievas, Seymour Bernstein, Enrique Graf, Yoheved Kaplinsky, Emilio del Rosario, Ruth Slenczynska, and Susan Starr.
She is a student of Yoheved Kaplinsky, attends Juilliard and has won many competitions.
By good luck, a neighbor, Yoheved Kaplinsky, taught piano.
Vela and Wilson are both graduates of the Juilliard School and have studied under Yoheved Kaplinsky.
Pedagogy Saturday, with the theme, "Teaching Artistry," consisted of four special-interest tracks along with master classes by Nelita True, NCTM, and Yoheved Kaplinsky.
Tal Dekel's article, "Feminist Art Hitting the Shores of Israel: Three Case Studies in Impossible Times," provides insight into the status of feminist art in Israel by focusing on three artists associated with the movement who were all born in the 194os: Yoheved Weinfeld, Miriam Sharon, and Pamela Levy.