The whole world is a very narrow bridge, but the important thing is not to fear at all. [Orig inal context in the writings of Rabbi Nachman of Braslav:
“Unde rstand: that when a person must cross a very, very narrow bridge, the most important and essential thing is that he not have any fear at all.”]
Kol Ha’Olam Kulo gesher tzar maod v’haikar lo l’fached klal.
כָּל הָעוֹלָם כֻּלוּ גֶשֶׁר צַר מְּאֹד וְהָעִיקָר לאֹ לְפַחֵד כְּלַל
Franciska Kay is a composer, singer, and performer. She creates her masterpieces by weaving eternal words of prayer into soulful guitar melodies. Raised in religious school and in musical academy, Kay’s compositions reflect her commitment to bridging both worlds.
Franciska started playing the piano at six years old. She began composing after she mastered the guitar at the young age of twelve. While studying in high school, she toured in the US and Europe with the musical ensemble Ilanit.
Kay earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Touro College, while attending Juilliard School at night. Currently, Franciska works on her music production, and teaches students guitar. She recently produced her fourth solo album titled “Libi Bamizrach” and is already working on the next one.