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Hello and welcome
with the children's group "Keshet-Regenbogen" of the Liberal Jewish Community in Hamburg. Here we not only want to sing, dance, paint and do handicrafts together, but also get to know Jewish culture, traditions, festivals and customs in a playful way.

Two teachers look after their children at the same time. A harmonious combination of music, art and games ensures variety and excitement during the lesson. We also develop and prepare small theater performances with children.

With us, every child is attentively and lovingly supported according to their own personality, skills and talents.

All our offers are aimed at children from the age of 4 years.

Cheers and see you soon!

We look forward to you!
We are the children and youth group
«Keshet rainbow» at the

Liberal Jewish Community Hamburg.
All children are 4 years and older

warm welcome!


two groups every Tuesday
at 4:00 p.m. and at 5:30 p.m
We are there from 3.30 p.m


Hebrew for children and teenagers
All children up to the age of 16 are welcome!
Members: free of charge
Non-members: 30 euros per month


every Tuesday at 6 p.m.


Children's Musical Studio
Are you musically and acting talented?

Would you like to join our children's musical studio? We look forward to meeting new and familiar faces again!


every Friday at 5 p.m
every Sunday at 2 p.m

Music & Dance

Gala Jarkova

She is a founding member of the Liberal Jewish Community in Hamburg. She has been on the board of directors of the municipality since 2004. Graduated from the music school Ippolitow-Iwanow in Moscow and then studied flute at the State Pedagogical Academy of Music in Moscow. After emigrating to Germany, she continued her education at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg, where she received her diploma in June 1999.

Gala Jarkovadealt intensively with Judaism even before the founding of the LJGH. As a professional musician, she was particularly interested in Jewish music and founded the Jewish choir Klezmerlech in 1998 and has been organizing festivals of Jewish folk songs for years. In 2004, she received an award from Federal President Johannes Rau at Beleveu Palace for her work in this field.

She has yearseducational experience and has organized and carried out many children's projects for the LJGH with great success. Under the leadership of Gala Jarkova, other educators will work for the children and youth group.

Olga Ogure

Studied fashion design at the Moscow State Textile Academy. Since 1994 lives in Germany. After studying design at HAW Hamburg with a focus on "Illustration for children and young people", she worked as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. Several years of cooperation with the children's play theater "Kolobok"

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Gala Jarkova

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Olga Ogure



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