How Instagram is Giving Orthodox Jewish Women a Place to Sing

While the centuries-old prohibition of women singing in front of men may have historically kept some women from launching careers in music, the outlet of Instagram is providing a surprising new venue for talent. While a decade ago the idea of such a platform setting the stage for success would have been unheard of, today’s market is a different story. Despite the traditional law of kol isha, the prohibition for men to hear a woman’s singing voice, here, female singers can screen their followers, set up safe spaces where shared followers and special collaborative events with their fellow musicians have created all-new audiences.  Read more here.

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