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March 3, 2015

CTMD Tantshoyz/NY Klezmer Series w/Amy Zakar's Fidl Kapelye, NYC, 3 Mar 2015

New York Klezmer Series (formerly East Village Klezmer Series)
CTMD Tantshoyz—Yiddish Dance Party!
Music led by Amy Zakar's Fidl Kapelye

Tuesday, Mar 3, 2015
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

"Di Megileh of Itzik Manger" @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 3 Mar 2015

“DI MEGILEH of ITZIK MANGER”

JCC East Bay, Berkeley
Tuesday, March 3, 8pm
Tickets: Evening shows: $25 seniors, students and JCCEB members / $30 general
Purchase Tickets

The Bay Area’s own New Yiddish Theater company reprises last year’s sellout run of the hit Yiddish musical (fully supertitled in English) based on poetry by star Yiddish writer Itzik Manger, set to Israeli composer Dov Seltzer’s sparkling score, with new choral arrangements by Josh Horowitz. With one foot in 1930s Eastern Europe and the other in biblical Persia, Di Megileh recounts the Book of Esther through the eyes of Esther’s jilted lover, Fastrigoseh the tailor.

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/di-megileh

March 4, 2015

David Julian Gray, Dov Weitman, Washington, DC, 4 Mar 2015

Clarinetist David Julian Gray (Klezcentricity) will playing with the fine guitarist Dov Weitman at the world's greatest Irish Pub and Jewish Deli, the way fun

PURIM! Wednesday, Mar 4, 2015, 8-10pm
STAR and SHAMROCK
1341 H Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002

A splendid time is guaranteed for all - for more info:

www.starandshamrock.com

March 5, 2015

Casco Bay Tummlers w/Eric LaPerna, Portland, ME, 5 Mar 2015

The Casco Bay Tummlers

Friday, Mar 5, 7:00 - 9:00
Blue
650 Congress St.
Portland, ME

No door charge, but your donations are appreciated.

In November, three of us - Carl on flutes and guitar, John on bass and Steve on clarinet and sax - once again had a chance to play with Maine's own master of Middle Eastern percussion, Eric LaPerna. It was so much fun for us (and the audience) we sought out a venue for that lineup to play more regularly. We're pleased to say that Blue, located right in the middle of Portland (650 Congress St.) and one of the Port City's premier spots for all kinds of music, offered us a monthly appearance.

di bostoner klezmer, Brookline, MA, 5 Mar 2015

di bostoner klezmer @ Boston Jewish Music Festival's "Cafe Crawl"

Thursday, March 5, 2015 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)

Kolbo Fine Judaica Gallery
437 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446

Coolidge Corner Cafe Crawl @ Boston Jewish Music Festival, Brookline, MA, 5 Mar 2015

festival logoCoolidge Corner Cafe Crawl

Thu, Mar 5, 2015, 8pm
Blue Hills Bank: The Rosenfelds, Americana/roots
Kolbo: di bostone klezmer, klezmer
Sixteen Handles: Thalia Zedek, indie-rock
Panera: Yabuno-Etun Project, jazz duo
Brookline, MA

Free: Sponsored by Blue Hills Bank

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/coolidge-corner-cafe-crawl/

The Klezmatics @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 5 Mar 2015

imagesThe Klezmatics

Thu, Mar 5, 8pm
The New Parish
1743 San Pablo
Oakland, CA

Tickets: $26 seniors, students, JCCEB members / $30 general—purchase tickets online

Since their emergence more than 25 years ago, the Klezmatics have raised the bar for Eastern European Jewish music, made aesthetically, politically and musically interesting recordings, inspired future generations, created a large body of work that is enduring, and helped to change the face of contemporary Yiddish culture. Often called a “Jewish roots band,” the Klezmatics have led a popular revival of this ages-old, nearly forgotten art form.

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/klezmatics

March 6, 2015

Songs of Shabbat across the region: Sacred Hebrew Chants @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Needham, MA, 6 Mar 2015

festival logoSongs of Shabbat across the region:
Sacred Hebrew Chants

Fri, Mar 6, 2015, 6:15pm
Temple Aliyah
1664 Central Ave
Needham, MA

These services are free, but you are requested to make a reservation so as to enable better planning: FREE Shabbat Service reservation. If you are unable to make a reservation, please come, anyway, and have a great Shabbat.

Sacred Hebrew Chants with Cantor Gaston Bogomolni and special guest, Noam Sender, is an opportunity to explore participatory prayers and Hebrew mantras.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/songs-of-shabbat-across-the-region/

Songs of Shabbat across the region: Purim-spiced Kabbalat Shabbat @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Newton, MA, 6 Mar 2015

festival logoSongs of Shabbat across the region:
Purim-spiced Kabbalat Shabbat

Fri, Mar 6, 2015, 6:30pm
Temple Shalom,
175 Temple St.,
Newton MA

These services are free, but you are requested to make a reservation so as to enable better planning: FREE Shabbat Service reservation. If you are unable to make a reservation, please come, anyway, and have a great Shabbat.

Purim-spiced Kabbalat Shabbat will feature Cantor Peter Halpern leading a Friday night service inspired by songs of Purim.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/songs-of-shabbat-across-the-region/

Songs of Shabbat across the region: Rhythms of Shabbat @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Weston, MA, 6 Mar 2015

festival logoSongs of Shabbat across the region:
Rhythms of Shabbat

Fri, Mar 6, 2015, 7:30pm
Hineni Renewal Community
Weston MA

These services are free, but you are requested to make a reservation so as to enable better planning: FREE Shabbat Service reservation. If you are unable to make a reservation, please come, anyway, and have a great Shabbat.

Rhythms of Shabbat with Reb Mitch Gordon, leading services from the drum, including chanting, meditation, and participatory drumming.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/songs-of-shabbat-across-the-region/

March 7, 2015

Israeli All-Star Cabaret @ Boston Jewish Music Festival, Newton, MA, 7 Mar 2015

festival logoIsraeli All-Star Cabaret

Sat, Mar 7, 2015, 7:30pm
Leventhal-Sidman JCC
333 Nahanton St.
Newton, MA

Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door; $18 in advance for JCC members. Tix available online

A cabaret-style evening showcasing four of outstanding young Israeli musicians living in Boston, directed by Matti Kovler, featuring:

  • Ehud Etun Jazz Trio

  • Tutti Druyan Contemporary Pop

  • Tal Zilber Piano Sensation

  • Florie Namir Jazz-Classical Fusion

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/israeli-all-star-cabaret/

Oran Etkin @ Boston Jewish Music Festival, Nashua, NH, 7 Mar 2015

festival logoOran Etkin

Sat, Mar 7, 2015, 8pm
Temple Beth Abraham
4 Raymond St.
Nashua, NH

Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Tix available online for both shows

Award-winning clarinetist/saxophonist Oran Etkin and his Ensemble will present A Gathering Light, a concert inspired by kabbalistic texts that draws on the rich musical traditions of Israel, New Orleans and Africa.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/oran-etkin/

Hazonos: Cantor Jack Mendelson, Frank London, & Friends @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 7 Mar 2015

imagesHazonos: Cantor Jack Mendelson, Frank London, & Friends

Sat, Mar 7, 8pm
Temple Sinai
2808 Summit St.
Oakland, CA

Tickets: $22 seniors, students, JCCEB members / $26 general—purchase tickets online

Cantor Jack Mendelson sings classical hazonos (Jewish liturgical music). Mendelson, the subject of the acclaimed 2005 documentary A Cantor’s Tale, and a master of the genre has dedicated his life to teaching, performing, and preserving the liturgical music tradition. Accompanied by Frank London, Anthony Coleman, Glenn Hartman and special guests TBA.

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/hazonos

March 8, 2015

Oran Etkin's Timbalooloo @ Boston Jewish Music Festival, Newton, MA, 8 Mar 2015

festival logoOran Etkin's Timbalooloo

Sun, Mar 8, 2015, 7:30pm
Leventhal-Sidman JCC
333 Nahanton St.
Newton, MA

Tickets: $12/advance; $10/advance JCC members; $15/door. Purchase online

A sensational, hand clapping, foot-stomping interactive family introduction to jazz by award winning clarinetist, Oran Etkin.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/oran-etkins-timbalooloo/

Mahbanoo, Vienna, AT 8 Mar 2015

The Klezmatics: Woody Guthrie's Wonder Wheel Tour, Brooklyn, NY, 8 Mar 2015

wonder wheel
imagesThe Klezmatics
Pre-concert multimedia presentation by Nora Guthrie

Sun, 8 Mar 2015, 3pm
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College
Campus Road at Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11210

Flash back to 1940s Coney Island, where Woody Guthrie and his wife settled into the raucous life on Mermaid Avenue. Inspired by his Jewish family and their community, he wrote hundreds of lyrics rich with spirituality, tenderness, and a passionate belief in the human fight for peace and justice. Now Guthrie’s poetry is given new life by the Grammy-winning Klezmatics, infusing his words with Eastern European, klezmer, Celtic, Afro-Caribbean, and folk flavors in a lively dialogue about the spiritual power of music to unite.

Note: Please join us at 12pm in the Woody Tanger Auditorium (located in the Brooklyn College Library) for a pre-show event with Nora Guthrie, founder and president of the Woody Guthrie Institute and Woody Guthrie Archives (and Woody's daughter), who will make a 90-minute multimedia presentation, entitled “Holy Ground: Woody Guthrie’s Yiddish Connection,” focusing on the artistic implications of Woody's relationship with his Jewish mother-in-law, Yiddish poet Aliza Greenblatt, and the eclectic life of the Guthrie family in 1940s Brooklyn. RSVP'S REQUIRED. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SEATS (MAXIMUM 2 PER RESERVATION).

Tickets: $30

More info: www.brooklyncenter.org/buy-tickets/calendar-of-events/view/The-Klezmatics-Woody-Guthries-Wonder-Wheel-Tour/

The Sarah Aroeste Quartet @ Boston Jewish Music Festival, Sharon, MA, 8 Mar 2015

Sarah AroesteThe Sarah Aroeste Quartet

Sun, Mar 8, 2015, 4:00pm
Temple Israel
125 Pond St.
Sharon, MA

festival logoTickets: $20/advance; $25/door. Purchase online

Inspired by her family’s Sephardic roots, Aroeste writes and performs contemporary Ladino music.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/the-sarah-aroeste-quartet/

Diwan Saz @ Boston Jewish Music Festival, W. Newton, MA, 8 Mar 2015

festival logoDiwan Saz

Sat, Mar 8, 2015, 7:00pm
Temple Shalom
175 Temple St.
W. Newton, MA

Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Tix available online

An exciting Israeli ensemble performing traditional Middle Eastern music from many traditions. Featuring Rabbi David Menachem, a rising star in the revival of piyyutim in Israel; Lubna Saleme featured vocalist with Nazareth Orchestra; and Mohammed Gaddir, a 14-year-old Bedouin singer.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/diwan-saz/

"Sounds Jewish, Doesn't It", NYC, 8 Mar 2015

Isabelle Ganz and Jed Distler in "Sounds Jewish, Doesn't It"

Sun, Mar 8, 6pm
Cornelia St. Cafe
29 Cornelia St.
NYC

Jed Distler, pianist extraordinaire, and Isabelle Ganz, singer, will be performing the show, written by Ganz, "Sounds Jewish, Doesn't It?". The show musically illustrates the Jewish origins (folk song, Yiddish Theater and Cantorial) of many familiar Broadway songs. We also tell stories about the composers, most of whom were Jewish, with the exception of Cole Porter, who tried to make his tunes sound Jewish when he discovered what was successful!

The cover is $20, including one drink. Come laugh with us!

Alicia Jo Rabins, NYC, 8 Mar 2015

Alicia Jo Rabins, w/Jess Walter, Tiphanie Yanique, Megan Snyder-Camp

Friday, March 13, 7:30pm
Hugo House
1634 11th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122

Tickets: $25

Alicia Jo Rabins performs 3 new songs and Jess Walter, Tiphanie Yanique, and Megan Snyder-Camp read all brand-new material on the subject of "Parent Trap"
Tickets and more info here.

Kitka CD Release Concert @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 8 Mar 2015

imagesKitka CD release concert
PLUS Shofar Award Ceremony honoring Ronnie Gilbert

Sun, Mar 8, 8pm
Freight and Salvage
2020 Addison St.
Berkeley, CA

Tickets: $22 seniors, students, JCCEB members / $26 general—purchase tickets online

Celebrate International Women’s day with the internationally renowned, Oakland-based women’s vocal ensemble showcasing new Jewish music and traditional music of Eastern Europe. A local treasure, Kitka’s stunning dissonances, asymmetric rhythms, and lush harmonies will transport you to another world.

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/kitka

March 10, 2015

NY Klezmer Series: Klezmerfest!, NYC, 10 Mar 2015

New York Klezmer Series:
Klezmerfest! w/Greg Wall, Jordan Hirsch, Zev Zions, Brian Glassman

Tuesday, Mar 10, 2015
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

The Sway Machinery CD Release Concert @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 10 Mar 2015

imagesThe Sway Machinery release concert

Tue, Mar 10, 8pm
Leo's Music Club
5447 Telegraph Avenue
Oakland

Tickets: $20 advance / $25 door—purchase tickets online

This horn-driven sextet from New York draws on a mélange of influences—from Afropop to Ashkenazi cantorial tropes—mining cultural memory that has rocked stages and dance floors from Mali to Poland. Fronted by Jeremiah Lockwood, formerly with Balkan Beatbox.

Presented in association with the Jewish Community Library and Jewish Learning Works

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/sway-machinery

March 11, 2015

Spirituality & Music @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Needham, MA, 11 Mar 2015

festival logoSpirituality & Music with David Broza and Max Weinberg

Wed, Mar 11, 2015, 7:30pm
Leventhal-Sidman JCC
333 Nahanton St.
Newton, MA

The JCC’s Jonathan Samen Hot Buttons, Cool Conversations Discussion Series presents Israeli superstar David Broza and famed drummer Max Weinberg (Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band), in a night of music and conversation about the connections between music and spirituality. With former Boston Globe music critic Steve Morse.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/spirituality-music/

Paul Hanson's "Homecoming" @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 11 Mar 2015

imagesPaul Hanson Ensemble "Homecoming" World Premiere

Wed, Mar 11, 8pm
Freight and Salvage
2020 Addison St.
Berkeley, CA

Tickets: $23 senior, student / $27 general—purchase tickets online

Grammy-winning jazz bassoonist and composer Paul Hanson lived in Japan for four years as a performer with Cirque du Soleil. That life-changing experience inspired him to explore his Jewish roots through a new work commissioned by the 30th Jewish Music Festival. This program will debut one of the first large scale Jewish pieces ever written for bassoon. With Paul Hanson, bassoon; Moses Sedler, cello; Jeff Denson, bass; Mads Tolling, violin; Alan Hall, percussion and drums; and John Schott, guitarist.

Co-presented by the Contemporary Jewish Museum. In association with Lehrhaus Judaica and Jewish Community Library & Jewish Learning Works.

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/paul-hanson-s-homecoming

Saints & Tzadiks @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Newton, MA, 11 Mar 2015

festival logoSaints & Tzadiks

Wed, Mar 11, 2015, 8:30pm
Johnny D's
17 Holland St./Davis Square
Somerville, MA

Tickets: $18/advance; $20/door: You can purchase advance tickets online.

Renowned Irish Singer Susan McKeown and Klezmatics lead vocalist Loren Sklamberg, both Grammy-winning performers, join forces for an intimate evening of Irish and Yiddish folk songs.

Presented in partnership with the Irish Consulate of Boston

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/saints-tzadiks/

March 12, 2015

The Klezmatics @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Portsmouth, NH, 12 Mar 2015

imagesThe Klezmatics

Thur, Mar 12, 2015, 7:30pm
Portsmouth Music Hall
28 Chestnut St.
Portsmouth, NH

festival logoTickets: Reserved seats: $36, $25, $20. You can purchase advance tickets online.

The Grammy-winning Klezmatics bring their joyous fusion of klezmer and Americana to the Seacoast.

Presented with Temple Israel, Portsmouth & Greater Seacoast Region Jewish Federation

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/the-klezmatics/

Ezekiel's Wheels Klezmer Band, Cambridge, MA, 12 March 2015


Ezekiel's Wheels Klezmer Band is back in Boston for ONE NIGHT IN 2015.
Regattabar Jazz Club
One Bennett Street, Cambridge, MA
Thursday, March 12th, 2015 at 8:00 PM
Tickets at regattabarjazz.com
$20 general/$15 students
ewklezmer.com

March 13, 2015

Songs of Shabbat across the region: Jazz Shabbat @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Newton, MA, 13 Mar 2015

festival logoSongs of Shabbat across the region:
Jazz Shabbat

Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 6:15pm
Temple Beth Avodah
45 Puddingstone Lane
Newton MA

These services are free, but you are requested to make a reservation so as to enable better planning: FREE Shabbat Service reservation. If you are unable to make a reservation, please come, anyway, and have a great Shabbat.

Jazz Shabbat with flutist Amir Millstein, Israeli and founder of the legendary Bustan Abraham Quartet.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/songs-of-shabbat-across-the-region/

Songs of Shabbat across the region: Klezmer Kabbalat Shabbat @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Sharon, MA, 13 Mar 2015

festival logoSongs of Shabbat across the region:
Klezmer Kabbalat Shabbat

Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 6:15pm
Temple Sinai
25 Canton St.
Sharon MA

These services are free, but you are requested to make a reservation so as to enable better planning: FREE Shabbat Service reservation. If you are unable to make a reservation, please come, anyway, and have a great Shabbat.

Jazz Shabbat with Hebrew College’s Kol Arev Choir and a small klezmer ensemble.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/songs-of-shabbat-across-the-region/

Songs of Shabbat across the region: Shabbat Songs of Our People @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Nashua, NH, 13 Mar 2015

festival logoSongs of Shabbat across the region:
Shabbat Songs of Our People

Fri, Mar 13, 2015, 8pm
Temple Beth Abraham
4 Raymond St.
Nashua NH

These services are free, but you are requested to make a reservation so as to enable better planning: FREE Shabbat Service reservation. If you are unable to make a reservation, please come, anyway, and have a great Shabbat.

Shabbat Songs of Our People with special guest Cantor Rosalie Gerut, Boston’s hidden gem of Jewish/Yiddish cabaret and folk music.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/songs-of-shabbat-across-the-region/

March 14, 2015

The Klezmatics @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Boston, MA, 14 Mar 2015

imagesThe Klezmatics

Sat, Mar 14, 2015, 8pm
Somerville Theatre
55 Davis Square
Somerville, MA

festival logoTickets: Premium: $90*; Reserved Seats: $36, $20. You can purchase advance tickets online.

t’s been too long since T Klezmatics have shared their exuberance and talent with Boston audiences. This Grammy-winning band has been making wild, wonderful and mystical music for over 20 years. Be prepared for a slew of surprises during the second half of the concert.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/the-klezmatics-2/

Diwan Saz & Yair Dalal w/Dror Sinai @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 14 Mar 2015

imagesDiwan Saz
Yair Dalal w/Dror Sinai

Sat, Mar 14, 8:30pm
First Congregational Church
2501 Harrison St.
Oakland, CA

Tickets: $24 senior, student, JCCEB member / $28 general—purchase tickets online

Diwan Saz: Direct from Israel, this nine-piece Jewish-Muslim-Christian ensemble of master musicians performs a rich variety of music from throughout the Middle and Near East. Featuring virtuosic performances of piyutim, or Jewish liturgical poems, Turkish folk songs, Rumi-inspired compositions, and by a young Bedouin singer whose voice has to be heard to be believed.

Yair Dalal & Dror Sinai: Israeli ‘oud player, violinist and composer Yair Dalal weaves Iraqi and Jewish Arabic music with influences ranging from the Balkans to India.

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/diwan-saz

March 15, 2015

Israel Folkdance Festival @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Newton, MA, 15 Mar 2015

festival logoIsrael Folkdance Festival

Sun, Mar 15, 2015, 3pm
MIT's Kresge Auditorium
48 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA

Tickets: $15: You can purchase advance tickets online.

Hundreds of dancers will take to the stage at the Israel Folkdance Festival of Boston. Our thirty-ninth annual performance includes dancing feet and flying horas, Spanish-infused Ladino steps, lithe Yemenite movements, and all capped by a huge finale filling the stage and the aisles en masse for the premier Israeli folk dance festival in the entire country with 20 performing groups from the Boston area and beyond. For further information contact: info@bostonfestival.org or find us on Facebook.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/israel-folkdance-festival-3/

Israeli All-Star Cabaret, Manchester, NH, 15 Mar 2015

festival logoIsraeli All-Star Cabaret

Sun, Mar 15, 2015, 4pm
Temple Adath Yeshrun
152 Prospect St.
Manchester, NH

Tickets: $25/advance; $30/door; $20/student: You can purchase advance tickets online.

Israeli composer Matti Kovler and his ensemble presents a cabaret of original arrangements of Israeli songs, featuring Tutti Druyan and Florie Namir and several of the rising stars in the Boston music scene. To see more, visit Matti’s web site.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/iraeli-all-star-cabaret/

Classical and Operatic music from Jewish Composers @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Newton, MA, 15 Mar 2015

festival logoClassical and Operatic music from Jewish Composers

Sun, Mar 15, 2015, 7pm
Temple Emanuel
365 Ward St.
Newton, MA

Tickets: $25/advance; $30/door; $20/student: You can purchase advance tickets online.

Cantor Elias Rosemberg and the Boston Chamber Symphony, conducted by Avlana Eisenberg, present works by renowned Jewish composers including Aaron Copland, Gustav Mahler, Darius Milhaud, Jacques Offenbach, Leo Weiner, and Jacques Halevy.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/classical-and-operatic-music-from-jewish-composers/

March 17, 2015

Jewish Dance workshop w/Steve Weintraub @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 17-19 Mar 2015

imagesSteven Weintraub—Magician of Jewish Dance (Workshops)
Three separate workshops: register for 1, two, or more

JCC East Bay
1414 Walnut St.,
Berkeley, CA

Workshop registration: $15/class; $25 for two—purchase tickets online

Tuesday, March 17, 7:30 p.m.
Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Styles (Part 1)
Dancing at a simcha is not only a pleasure; it is also a mitzvah and a gift to those celebrating. Learn to show off with the Bottle Dance, and be part of a Human Roulette Wheel and the Crushing Walls!

Wednesday, March 18, 7:30 p.m.
Make ‘Em Dance (For musicians and bands)
Participants will split into two groups of players and dancers. Musicians learn correct tempos and feeling for each dance style. Improved playing guaranteed!

Thursday, March 19, 7:30 p.m.
Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Style (Part 2)
It’s Yiddish barn dancing! Including the Jewish square dance called The Sher, and a variety of other fun and social dances with ballroom roots.

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/steve-weintraub-dance-workshops

David Julian Gray, Dov Weitman, Washington, DC, 17 Mar 2015

Clarinetist David Julian Gray (Klezcentricity) will playing with the fine guitarist Dov Weitman at the world's greatest Irish Pub and Jewish Deli, the way fun

St. Paddy's Day, Tue, Mar 17, 2015, 8-10pm
STAR and SHAMROCK
1341 H Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002

A splendid time is guaranteed for all - for more info:

www.starandshamrock.com

March 18, 2015

Jewish Dance workshop w/Steve Weintraub @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 17-19 Mar 2015

imagesSteven Weintraub—Magician of Jewish Dance (Workshops)
Three separate workshops: register for 1, two, or more

JCC East Bay
1414 Walnut St.,
Berkeley, CA

Workshop registration: $15/class; $25 for two—purchase tickets online

Tuesday, March 17, 7:30 p.m.
Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Styles (Part 1)
Dancing at a simcha is not only a pleasure; it is also a mitzvah and a gift to those celebrating. Learn to show off with the Bottle Dance, and be part of a Human Roulette Wheel and the Crushing Walls!

Wednesday, March 18, 7:30 p.m.
Make ‘Em Dance (For musicians and bands)
Participants will split into two groups of players and dancers. Musicians learn correct tempos and feeling for each dance style. Improved playing guaranteed!

Thursday, March 19, 7:30 p.m.
Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Style (Part 2)
It’s Yiddish barn dancing! Including the Jewish square dance called The Sher, and a variety of other fun and social dances with ballroom roots.

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/steve-weintraub-dance-workshops

March 19, 2015

Girls in Trouble, Portland, OR, 19 Mar 2015

publicity photoAlicia Jo Rabins and "Girls in Trouble"

Thursday, March 19, 2015, 7:30pm
Oregon Jewish Museum
NW Portland,

free!

A Girls in Trouble duo performance by Alicia and Aaron in OJM’s beautiful theatre,
including storytelling about the Torah sources behind the songs + Q&A with Alicia.
Space limited, reservations suggested: 503-226-3600

Jewish Dance workshop w/Steve Weintraub @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 17-19 Mar 2015

imagesSteven Weintraub—Magician of Jewish Dance (Workshops)
Three separate workshops: register for 1, two, or more

JCC East Bay
1414 Walnut St.,
Berkeley, CA

Workshop registration: $15/class; $25 for two—purchase tickets online

Tuesday, March 17, 7:30 p.m.
Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Styles (Part 1)
Dancing at a simcha is not only a pleasure; it is also a mitzvah and a gift to those celebrating. Learn to show off with the Bottle Dance, and be part of a Human Roulette Wheel and the Crushing Walls!

Wednesday, March 18, 7:30 p.m.
Make ‘Em Dance (For musicians and bands)
Participants will split into two groups of players and dancers. Musicians learn correct tempos and feeling for each dance style. Improved playing guaranteed!

Thursday, March 19, 7:30 p.m.
Raising the Roof: Jewish Stunts, Moves and Style (Part 2)
It’s Yiddish barn dancing! Including the Jewish square dance called The Sher, and a variety of other fun and social dances with ballroom roots.

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/steve-weintraub-dance-workshops

March 21, 2015

Girls in Trouble, N. Portland, OR, 21 Mar 2015

publicity photoAlicia Jo Rabins and "Girls in Trouble"

Saturday, March 21, 2015, 8pm
Turn Turn Turn
North Portland

free!

A full-band Girls in Trouble show (with Colette Alexander on cello and Ralf Youtz on drums!) with Sex & Insects + Cynthia Nelson Band.
Girls in Trouble will likely play around 9:30 pm. Ages 21+ only.

March 22, 2015

Veretski Pass; dancing led by Steve Weintraub @Jewish Music Festival, Berkeley, CA, 22 Mar 2015

imagesFestival Finale w/Veretski Pass, Steven Weintraub, and more!

Sun, Mar 22, 1-6pm
JCC East Bay
1414 Walnut St.
Berkeley, CA

Tickets: $12 senior, student, JCCEB member / $15 general—purchase tickets online

Your time to sing, dance and be inspired to make your own music. With the Instant Klezmer Mandolin Orchestra, a pop-up community chorus of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah led by Conspiracy of Beards artistic director Daryl Henline, a dance party with international Jewish dance expert Steven Weintraub, and music by the internationally renowned ensemble, Veretski Pass.

Presented in association with KlezCalifornia

Part of the 30th Jewish Music Festival
More info: www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/festival-finale-veretski-pass-instant-klezmer-mandolin-orchestra-and-more

The Klezmatics, Purchase, NY, 22 Mar 2015

imagesThe Klezmatics

Sun, 22 Mar 2015, 3pm
PepsiCo Theatre
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY 10577

Often called a “Jewish roots band,” The Klezmatics have been playing — and celebrating — the heritage of Eastern European Jewish music and Yiddish culture for more than 25 years. Although tradition is at the core of what they do, the Klezmatics have developed a unique musical hybrid, rooted in the klezmer genre but very much of the modern world. Not familiar with klezmer? No worries. Previous experience is not required in order to be transported by the Klezmatics to another place and time.

More info: tickets.artscenter.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=5143

March 24, 2015

Doyna - CD Release Konzert, Köln, Germany, 24 Mar 2015

Doyna - CD Release Konzert Tuesday, March 24, 2015, 8:30pm Stadtgarten Venloer Str. 40, 50672 Cologne, Germany Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/316378391894746/

Duo Doyna - CD Release Konzert, Köln, Germany, 24 Mar 2015

Duo Doyna - CD Release Konzert

Tuesday, March 24at 8:30pm
Studio 672
Venloer Str. 40,
50672 Cologne, Germany


Annette Maye – clarinet, bassclarinet
Martin Schulte – guitar

In temperamentvollen Frejlachs und schnellen Bulgar-Tänzen aus der traditionellen Hochzeits- und Tanzmusik der osteuropäischen Juden, in sephardischen Klängen aus dem Mittelmeerraum und Eigenkompositionen verbindet das Duo Doyna musikalische Welten: Die berührenden und mitreißenden Klezmer-Melodien, welche über Jahrhunderte hinweg verschmolzen sind mit den Bauerntänzen der ost- und südosteuropäischen Länder, wachsen in den virtuosen Improvisationen des Duos über sich selbst hinaus und verbinden sich mit Anklängen aus dem Jazz, Rock und Funk. Nun präsentiert das Duo Doyna seine Debüt- Live CD "Sammy´s Frejlach" (Konnex Records).

Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/316378391894746

March 26, 2015

David Krakauer's "The Big Picture", Austin, TX, 26 Mar 2015

cd coverDavid Krakauer presents The Big Picture,
“a multimedia show exploring the relationship between music and movies, while reminding us of the contributions they’ve made to our lives.”

Thursday, March 26, 2015, 7:00 pm
Friday, March 27, 2015, 7:00 pm
McCullough Theatre
University of Texas at Austin

$34.00
More info & tix: texasperformingarts.org/season/the-big-picture-david-krakauer-austin

Post-Performance Talkback
Immediately following the performance

March 27, 2015

David Krakauer's "The Big Picture", Austin, TX, 27 Mar 2015

cd coverDavid Krakauer presents The Big Picture,
“a multimedia show exploring the relationship between music and movies, while reminding us of the contributions they’ve made to our lives.”

Friday, March 27, 2015, 7:00 pm
McCullough Theatre
University of Texas at Austin

$34.00
More info & tix: texasperformingarts.org/season/the-big-picture-david-krakauer-austin

April 6, 2015

The Klezmatics, Shanghai, China, 6 Apr 2015

imagesThe Klezmatics

Apr 6 2015
University of Shanghai for Science & Technology,
Student Union Auditorium
Shanghai, China

Often called a “Jewish roots band,” The Klezmatics have been playing — and celebrating — the heritage of Eastern European Jewish music and Yiddish culture for more than 25 years. Although tradition is at the core of what they do, the Klezmatics have developed a unique musical hybrid, rooted in the klezmer genre but very much of the modern world. Not familiar with klezmer? No worries. Previous experience is not required in order to be transported by the Klezmatics to another place and time.

April 7, 2015

The Klezmatics, Shanghai, China, 7 Apr 2015

imagesThe Klezmatics

Apr 7 2015
University of Shanghai for Science & Technology,
Student Union Auditorium
Shanghai, China

Often called a “Jewish roots band,” The Klezmatics have been playing — and celebrating — the heritage of Eastern European Jewish music and Yiddish culture for more than 25 years. Although tradition is at the core of what they do, the Klezmatics have developed a unique musical hybrid, rooted in the klezmer genre but very much of the modern world. Not familiar with klezmer? No worries. Previous experience is not required in order to be transported by the Klezmatics to another place and time.

Sy Kushner Jewish Music Ensemble @ NY Klezmer Series, NYC, 7 Apr 2015

New York Klezmer Series
Music led by Sy Kushner Jewish Music Ensemble w/Jeremy Brown, Marty Confurious

Tuesday, Apr 7, 2015
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Kidz Klezmer Band starts at 4pm—see page for pricing.
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/nyklezmer/
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April 9, 2015

The Klezmatics, Nanjing, China, 9 Apr 2015

imagesThe Klezmatics

Apr 9 2015
NYIT-NUPT International College
Nanjing, China

Often called a “Jewish roots band,” The Klezmatics have been playing — and celebrating — the heritage of Eastern European Jewish music and Yiddish culture for more than 25 years. Although tradition is at the core of what they do, the Klezmatics have developed a unique musical hybrid, rooted in the klezmer genre but very much of the modern world. Not familiar with klezmer? No worries. Previous experience is not required in order to be transported by the Klezmatics to another place and time.

April 14, 2015

Brian Glassman's Klezmer/Jazz Alliance @ NY Klezmer Series, NYC, 14 Apr 2015

New York Klezmer Series
Brian Glassman's Klezmer/Jazz Alliance w/Dan Rosenblatt

Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Kidz Klezmer Band starts at 4pm—see page for pricing.
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/nyklezmer/
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April 15, 2015

The Klezmatics w/Joshua Nelson, St. Catherines, ON, Canada, 15 Apr 2015

new album coverKlezmatics with Joshua Nelson in
Brother Moses Smote the Water

Apr 15 2015, 7:30pm
Sean O'Sullivan Theatre
Brock University
St. Catherines, ON, Canada

NYC’s Klezmatics join forces with the “Prince of Gospel Music” to explore the complexity of Jewish identity, Black identity and human identity. This vibrant and rousing show includes Passover songs, kosher gospel music and traditional Yiddish anthems.

More info: www.arts.brocku.ca

April 16, 2015

The Klezmatics w/Joshua Nelson, Kingston, ON, Canada, 16 Apr 2015

new album coverKlezmatics with Joshua Nelson in
Brother Moses Smote the Water

Apr 16 2015, 7:30pm
The Grand Theatre
Kingston, ON, Canada

NYC’s Klezmatics join forces with the “Prince of Gospel Music” to explore the complexity of Jewish identity, Black identity and human identity. This vibrant and rousing show includes Passover songs, kosher gospel music and traditional Yiddish anthems.

More info: kingstongrand.ca/event/klezmatics-special-guest-joshua-nelson-“brother-moses-smote-water”

April 17, 2015

The Klezmatics w/Joshua Nelson, Ottawa, ON, Canada, 17 Apr 2015

new album coverKlezmatics with Joshua Nelson in
Brother Moses Smote the Water

Fri, Apr 17 2015, 8pm
Centrepointe Theatre
Ottawa, ON, Canada

NYC’s Klezmatics join forces with the “Prince of Gospel Music” to explore the complexity of Jewish identity, Black identity and human identity. This vibrant and rousing show includes Passover songs, kosher gospel music and traditional Yiddish anthems.

More info: centrepointetheatre.ca/en/events_tickets/april2015/Klezmatics/

April 22, 2015

Yale Strom & Hot Pstromi, San Diego, CA, 22 Apr 2015

Hot PstromiHofstra's University's Astman International Concert series presents Yale Strom & Hot Pstromi
with special guests Irving Flores (piano), Gene Perry (percussion) and Stephanie Richards (trumpet)
present "A Yidishe Mambo" (Jewish songs with Latin rhythms),

April 22, 2015 7pm:
Smith Recital Hall,
San Diego State University.
For more info: www.jewishstudies.sdsu.edu
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April 23, 2015

London Klezmer Quartet, London, UK, 23 apr 2015

London Klezmer QuartetThe London Klezmer Quartet
SOAS Concert Series

23 April 2015, 7.30pm
Russell Square, London
Brunei Gallery, SOAS,
Thornhaugh Street,
London WC1X 0HG

Klezmer music workshop, Madison, WI, 23 Apr 2015

Sherry Mayrent Institute presents: Sound Salon with Kurt Bjorling
Jews and Jazz

Thursday, April 23, 2015, 7:30pm
University Club,
432 East Campus Mall
Madison, WI

April 25, 2015

Metropolitan Klezmer, Sherman, CT, 25 Apr 2015

band photoMetropolitan Klezmer Santa Klez! Sat, Apr 25, 2015, 8pm The JCC in Sherman 9 Connecticut 39, Sherman, CT 06784. Box office: (860) 355-8050. Metropolitan Klezmer travels to beautiful Sherman CT for a long-awaited concert at this Jewish Community Center in the Litchfield Hills. More info: metropolitanklezmer.com/shows/

April 28, 2015

Susan Leviton Ensemble @ NY Klezmer Series, NYC, 28 Apr 2015

New York Klezmer Series
Music led by Susan Leviton Ensemble

Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Kidz Klezmer Band starts at 4pm—see page for pricing.
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/nyklezmer/
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May 5, 2015

Yale Strom's Hot Pstromi, NYC, 5 May 2015

Hot PstromiNew York Klezmer Series
Yale Strom & Hot Pstromi

Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Kidz Klezmer Band starts at 4pm—see page for pricing.
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/nyklezmer/
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May 17, 2015

Vent D'Ouest, Alençon, France, 17 May 2015

Vent D'ouest Klezmer Band Mai 17 2015 Concert dans le cadre de la journée Mondiale de lutte contre l'homophobie à confirmer Alençon (61) France

May 19, 2015

Jeff Warschauer & Sarah Myerson, Cantorial Grad Party @ NY Klezmer Series, NYC, 19 May 2015

New York Klezmer Series
Music led by Jeff Warschauer & Sarah Myerson, Cantorial Graduation Party!

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Kidz Klezmer Band starts at 4pm—see page for pricing.
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/nyklezmer/
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May 20, 2015

London Klezmer Quartet, London, UK, 20 May 2015

London Klezmer QuartetThe London Klezmer Quartet

20 May 2015, 7.30pm
The Lamb Folk Club,
The Lamb Inn,
36 High Street,
Eastbourne BN21 1HH

May 26, 2015

Arnold Hammerschlag Group @ NY Klezmer Series, NYC, 26 May 2015

New York Klezmer Series
Arnold Hammerschlag Group w/Sam Bardfeld, Wil Holshouser

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Kidz Klezmer Band starts at 4pm—see page for pricing.
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/nyklezmer/
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June 2, 2015

Zingeray w/Itzik Gottesman @ NY Klezmer Series, NYC, 2 Jun 2015

New York Klezmer Series
Zingeray w/Itzik Gottesman

Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Kidz Klezmer Band starts at 4pm—see page for pricing.
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/nyklezmer/
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June 4, 2015

London Klezmer Quartet, London, UK, 4 Jun 2015

London Klezmer QuartetThe London Klezmer Quartet

4 June 2015, 8pm
The Green Note
106 Camden Parkway,
London NW1 7AN

June 16, 2015

Folksbiene KulturFestival, Tantshoyz, NY Klezmer Series, NYC, 16 Jun 2015

Folksbiene KulturFestival, Tantshoyz w/Avia Moore, dance leader

Tuesday, Jun 16, 2014
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St.
NYC

All Concerts begin at 7:30pm; $15. jam sessions afterward
Klezmer Instrumental Music at 5:30pm. $25 per class,
Kidz Klezmer Band starts at 4pm—see page for pricing.
Full night pass—$35 (includes class, concert & jam sesson)

More info: aaronalexander.com/wp/ or email NY Klezmer Series

New York Klezmer Series is hosted by and receives support from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We are also supported by The Center for Traditional Music and Dance. Our media co-sponsors are Workmen's Circle.

Support for the NY Klezmer Series is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Major support for the An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the Keller-Shatanoff Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Atran Foundation. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, the Scherman Foundation and the Gilder Foundation.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/nyklezmer/
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July 5, 2015

Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes, Bréau-et-Salagosse, France, 5-12 Jul 2015

Sunday, July 5–12, 2015
Bréau-et-Salagosse, France

Cet été 2015, Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes accueille des stages artistiques: musique & danse Klezmer, théâtre & conte et couture & costume. Ces stages seront animés par des artistes professionnels.

Musiques & danses klezmer:
Animé par Amit Weisberger, Marine Goldwaser ainsi que Elsa Ille et Pierre Alexis Lavergne selon le nombre de participants, ce stage proposera une approche du répertoire klezmer axé sur sa relation à la danse. Des cours par niveaux et par discipline seront proposés (cordes, vents, instruments accompagnateurs, danse)

Théâtre & conte:
Animé par Sabine Lemler, ce stage proposera à la fois une approche ludique des techniques de théâtre, et une exploration plus spécifique de l'art du conte.
Ancrées dans Bréau et en lien avec les ateliers musicaux, impromptues et petites formes seront à l'honneur durant ce stage, auxquelles les participants seront inviter à mettre leur pâte.


Couture & costume:
Animé par Lea Perron, l'atelier couture et costume complètera les stages artistiques. Ouvert à tous, il se tiendra tous les après-midis et chacun pourra y participer à la hauteur de sa disponibilité et de son envie. Il proposera de fabriquer des accessoires et des éléments de costumes pour les impromptus.

Plus d'infos et inscription: stagesartistiquesbreau.jimdo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1552780358273427/

July 6, 2015

Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes, Bréau-et-Salagosse, France, 5-12 Jul 2015

Sunday, July 5–12, 2015
Bréau-et-Salagosse, France

Cet été 2015, Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes accueille des stages artistiques: musique & danse Klezmer, théâtre & conte et couture & costume. Ces stages seront animés par des artistes professionnels.

Musiques & danses klezmer:
Animé par Amit Weisberger, Marine Goldwaser ainsi que Elsa Ille et Pierre Alexis Lavergne selon le nombre de participants, ce stage proposera une approche du répertoire klezmer axé sur sa relation à la danse. Des cours par niveaux et par discipline seront proposés (cordes, vents, instruments accompagnateurs, danse)

Théâtre & conte:
Animé par Sabine Lemler, ce stage proposera à la fois une approche ludique des techniques de théâtre, et une exploration plus spécifique de l'art du conte.
Ancrées dans Bréau et en lien avec les ateliers musicaux, impromptues et petites formes seront à l'honneur durant ce stage, auxquelles les participants seront inviter à mettre leur pâte.


Couture & costume:
Animé par Lea Perron, l'atelier couture et costume complètera les stages artistiques. Ouvert à tous, il se tiendra tous les après-midis et chacun pourra y participer à la hauteur de sa disponibilité et de son envie. Il proposera de fabriquer des accessoires et des éléments de costumes pour les impromptus.

Plus d'infos et inscription: stagesartistiquesbreau.jimdo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1552780358273427/

July 7, 2015

Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes, Bréau-et-Salagosse, France, 5-12 Jul 2015

Sunday, July 5–12, 2015
Bréau-et-Salagosse, France

Cet été 2015, Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes accueille des stages artistiques: musique & danse Klezmer, théâtre & conte et couture & costume. Ces stages seront animés par des artistes professionnels.

Musiques & danses klezmer:
Animé par Amit Weisberger, Marine Goldwaser ainsi que Elsa Ille et Pierre Alexis Lavergne selon le nombre de participants, ce stage proposera une approche du répertoire klezmer axé sur sa relation à la danse. Des cours par niveaux et par discipline seront proposés (cordes, vents, instruments accompagnateurs, danse)

Théâtre & conte:
Animé par Sabine Lemler, ce stage proposera à la fois une approche ludique des techniques de théâtre, et une exploration plus spécifique de l'art du conte.
Ancrées dans Bréau et en lien avec les ateliers musicaux, impromptues et petites formes seront à l'honneur durant ce stage, auxquelles les participants seront inviter à mettre leur pâte.


Couture & costume:
Animé par Lea Perron, l'atelier couture et costume complètera les stages artistiques. Ouvert à tous, il se tiendra tous les après-midis et chacun pourra y participer à la hauteur de sa disponibilité et de son envie. Il proposera de fabriquer des accessoires et des éléments de costumes pour les impromptus.

Plus d'infos et inscription: stagesartistiquesbreau.jimdo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1552780358273427/

July 8, 2015

Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes, Bréau-et-Salagosse, France, 5-12 Jul 2015

Sunday, July 5–12, 2015
Bréau-et-Salagosse, France

Cet été 2015, Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes accueille des stages artistiques: musique & danse Klezmer, théâtre & conte et couture & costume. Ces stages seront animés par des artistes professionnels.

Musiques & danses klezmer:
Animé par Amit Weisberger, Marine Goldwaser ainsi que Elsa Ille et Pierre Alexis Lavergne selon le nombre de participants, ce stage proposera une approche du répertoire klezmer axé sur sa relation à la danse. Des cours par niveaux et par discipline seront proposés (cordes, vents, instruments accompagnateurs, danse)

Théâtre & conte:
Animé par Sabine Lemler, ce stage proposera à la fois une approche ludique des techniques de théâtre, et une exploration plus spécifique de l'art du conte.
Ancrées dans Bréau et en lien avec les ateliers musicaux, impromptues et petites formes seront à l'honneur durant ce stage, auxquelles les participants seront inviter à mettre leur pâte.


Couture & costume:
Animé par Lea Perron, l'atelier couture et costume complètera les stages artistiques. Ouvert à tous, il se tiendra tous les après-midis et chacun pourra y participer à la hauteur de sa disponibilité et de son envie. Il proposera de fabriquer des accessoires et des éléments de costumes pour les impromptus.

Plus d'infos et inscription: stagesartistiquesbreau.jimdo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1552780358273427/

July 9, 2015

Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes, Bréau-et-Salagosse, France, 5-12 Jul 2015

Sunday, July 5–12, 2015
Bréau-et-Salagosse, France

Cet été 2015, Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes accueille des stages artistiques: musique & danse Klezmer, théâtre & conte et couture & costume. Ces stages seront animés par des artistes professionnels.

Musiques & danses klezmer:
Animé par Amit Weisberger, Marine Goldwaser ainsi que Elsa Ille et Pierre Alexis Lavergne selon le nombre de participants, ce stage proposera une approche du répertoire klezmer axé sur sa relation à la danse. Des cours par niveaux et par discipline seront proposés (cordes, vents, instruments accompagnateurs, danse)

Théâtre & conte:
Animé par Sabine Lemler, ce stage proposera à la fois une approche ludique des techniques de théâtre, et une exploration plus spécifique de l'art du conte.
Ancrées dans Bréau et en lien avec les ateliers musicaux, impromptues et petites formes seront à l'honneur durant ce stage, auxquelles les participants seront inviter à mettre leur pâte.


Couture & costume:
Animé par Lea Perron, l'atelier couture et costume complètera les stages artistiques. Ouvert à tous, il se tiendra tous les après-midis et chacun pourra y participer à la hauteur de sa disponibilité et de son envie. Il proposera de fabriquer des accessoires et des éléments de costumes pour les impromptus.

Plus d'infos et inscription: stagesartistiquesbreau.jimdo.com
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July 10, 2015

Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes, Bréau-et-Salagosse, France, 5-12 Jul 2015

Sunday, July 5–12, 2015
Bréau-et-Salagosse, France

Cet été 2015, Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes accueille des stages artistiques: musique & danse Klezmer, théâtre & conte et couture & costume. Ces stages seront animés par des artistes professionnels.

Musiques & danses klezmer:
Animé par Amit Weisberger, Marine Goldwaser ainsi que Elsa Ille et Pierre Alexis Lavergne selon le nombre de participants, ce stage proposera une approche du répertoire klezmer axé sur sa relation à la danse. Des cours par niveaux et par discipline seront proposés (cordes, vents, instruments accompagnateurs, danse)

Théâtre & conte:
Animé par Sabine Lemler, ce stage proposera à la fois une approche ludique des techniques de théâtre, et une exploration plus spécifique de l'art du conte.
Ancrées dans Bréau et en lien avec les ateliers musicaux, impromptues et petites formes seront à l'honneur durant ce stage, auxquelles les participants seront inviter à mettre leur pâte.


Couture & costume:
Animé par Lea Perron, l'atelier couture et costume complètera les stages artistiques. Ouvert à tous, il se tiendra tous les après-midis et chacun pourra y participer à la hauteur de sa disponibilité et de son envie. Il proposera de fabriquer des accessoires et des éléments de costumes pour les impromptus.

Plus d'infos et inscription: stagesartistiquesbreau.jimdo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1552780358273427/

July 11, 2015

Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes, Bréau-et-Salagosse, France, 5-12 Jul 2015

Sunday, July 5–12, 2015
Bréau-et-Salagosse, France

Cet été 2015, Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes accueille des stages artistiques: musique & danse Klezmer, théâtre & conte et couture & costume. Ces stages seront animés par des artistes professionnels.

Musiques & danses klezmer:
Animé par Amit Weisberger, Marine Goldwaser ainsi que Elsa Ille et Pierre Alexis Lavergne selon le nombre de participants, ce stage proposera une approche du répertoire klezmer axé sur sa relation à la danse. Des cours par niveaux et par discipline seront proposés (cordes, vents, instruments accompagnateurs, danse)

Théâtre & conte:
Animé par Sabine Lemler, ce stage proposera à la fois une approche ludique des techniques de théâtre, et une exploration plus spécifique de l'art du conte.
Ancrées dans Bréau et en lien avec les ateliers musicaux, impromptues et petites formes seront à l'honneur durant ce stage, auxquelles les participants seront inviter à mettre leur pâte.


Couture & costume:
Animé par Lea Perron, l'atelier couture et costume complètera les stages artistiques. Ouvert à tous, il se tiendra tous les après-midis et chacun pourra y participer à la hauteur de sa disponibilité et de son envie. Il proposera de fabriquer des accessoires et des éléments de costumes pour les impromptus.

Plus d'infos et inscription: stagesartistiquesbreau.jimdo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1552780358273427/

July 12, 2015

Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes, Bréau-et-Salagosse, France, 5-12 Jul 2015

Sunday, July 5–12, 2015
Bréau-et-Salagosse, France

Cet été 2015, Le Yiddishland à la rencontre des Cévennes accueille des stages artistiques: musique & danse Klezmer, théâtre & conte et couture & costume. Ces stages seront animés par des artistes professionnels.

Musiques & danses klezmer:
Animé par Amit Weisberger, Marine Goldwaser ainsi que Elsa Ille et Pierre Alexis Lavergne selon le nombre de participants, ce stage proposera une approche du répertoire klezmer axé sur sa relation à la danse. Des cours par niveaux et par discipline seront proposés (cordes, vents, instruments accompagnateurs, danse)

Théâtre & conte:
Animé par Sabine Lemler, ce stage proposera à la fois une approche ludique des techniques de théâtre, et une exploration plus spécifique de l'art du conte.
Ancrées dans Bréau et en lien avec les ateliers musicaux, impromptues et petites formes seront à l'honneur durant ce stage, auxquelles les participants seront inviter à mettre leur pâte.


Couture & costume:
Animé par Lea Perron, l'atelier couture et costume complètera les stages artistiques. Ouvert à tous, il se tiendra tous les après-midis et chacun pourra y participer à la hauteur de sa disponibilité et de son envie. Il proposera de fabriquer des accessoires et des éléments de costumes pour les impromptus.

Plus d'infos et inscription: stagesartistiquesbreau.jimdo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1552780358273427/

August 17, 2015

KlezKanada 20th Anniv, Lantier, QC, Canada, Aug 17&ndas;23, 2015

KlezKanada logoKlezKanada 2015
20th Anniversary, di tsukunft: The Future

Mon, Aug 17 - Sun Aug 23, 2014
Camp Bnai Brith
Lantier, Quebec, Canada

If you have not yet registered, please do so here, as soon as possible. Reserve your place now before we fill up!

Scholarship applications are now open for emerging artists and scholars, ages 16 to 35. This internationally renowned program offers students an opportunity to study with many of the leading teachers of Yiddish/Jewish music and culture, and make friends and form artistic partnerships that will last a lifetime. Apply here.

August 18, 2015

KlezKanada 20th Anniv, Lantier, QC, Canada, Aug 17&ndas;23, 2015

KlezKanada logoKlezKanada 2015
20th Anniversary, di tsukunft: The Future

Mon, Aug 17 - Sun Aug 23, 2014
Camp Bnai Brith
Lantier, Quebec, Canada

If you have not yet registered, please do so here, as soon as possible. Reserve your place now before we fill up!

Scholarship applications are now open for emerging artists and scholars, ages 16 to 35. This internationally renowned program offers students an opportunity to study with many of the leading teachers of Yiddish/Jewish music and culture, and make friends and form artistic partnerships that will last a lifetime. Apply here.

August 19, 2015

KlezKanada 20th Anniv, Lantier, QC, Canada, Aug 17&ndas;23, 2015

KlezKanada logoKlezKanada 2015
20th Anniversary, di tsukunft: The Future

Mon, Aug 17 - Sun Aug 23, 2014
Camp Bnai Brith
Lantier, Quebec, Canada

If you have not yet registered, please do so here, as soon as possible. Reserve your place now before we fill up!

Scholarship applications are now open for emerging artists and scholars, ages 16 to 35. This internationally renowned program offers students an opportunity to study with many of the leading teachers of Yiddish/Jewish music and culture, and make friends and form artistic partnerships that will last a lifetime. Apply here.

August 20, 2015

KlezKanada 20th Anniv, Lantier, QC, Canada, Aug 17&ndas;23, 2015

KlezKanada logoKlezKanada 2015
20th Anniversary, di tsukunft: The Future

Mon, Aug 17 - Sun Aug 23, 2014
Camp Bnai Brith
Lantier, Quebec, Canada

If you have not yet registered, please do so here, as soon as possible. Reserve your place now before we fill up!

Scholarship applications are now open for emerging artists and scholars, ages 16 to 35. This internationally renowned program offers students an opportunity to study with many of the leading teachers of Yiddish/Jewish music and culture, and make friends and form artistic partnerships that will last a lifetime. Apply here.

August 21, 2015

KlezKanada 20th Anniv, Lantier, QC, Canada, Aug 17&ndas;23, 2015

KlezKanada logoKlezKanada 2015
20th Anniversary, di tsukunft: The Future

Mon, Aug 17 - Sun Aug 23, 2014
Camp Bnai Brith
Lantier, Quebec, Canada

If you have not yet registered, please do so here, as soon as possible. Reserve your place now before we fill up!

Scholarship applications are now open for emerging artists and scholars, ages 16 to 35. This internationally renowned program offers students an opportunity to study with many of the leading teachers of Yiddish/Jewish music and culture, and make friends and form artistic partnerships that will last a lifetime. Apply here.

August 22, 2015

KlezKanada 20th Anniv, Lantier, QC, Canada, Aug 17&ndas;23, 2015

KlezKanada logoKlezKanada 2015
20th Anniversary, di tsukunft: The Future

Mon, Aug 17 - Sun Aug 23, 2014
Camp Bnai Brith
Lantier, Quebec, Canada

If you have not yet registered, please do so here, as soon as possible. Reserve your place now before we fill up!

Scholarship applications are now open for emerging artists and scholars, ages 16 to 35. This internationally renowned program offers students an opportunity to study with many of the leading teachers of Yiddish/Jewish music and culture, and make friends and form artistic partnerships that will last a lifetime. Apply here.

August 23, 2015

KlezKanada 20th Anniv, Lantier, QC, Canada, Aug 17&ndas;23, 2015

KlezKanada logoKlezKanada 2015
20th Anniversary, di tsukunft: The Future

Mon, Aug 17 - Sun Aug 23, 2014
Camp Bnai Brith
Lantier, Quebec, Canada

If you have not yet registered, please do so here, as soon as possible. Reserve your place now before we fill up!

Scholarship applications are now open for emerging artists and scholars, ages 16 to 35. This internationally renowned program offers students an opportunity to study with many of the leading teachers of Yiddish/Jewish music and culture, and make friends and form artistic partnerships that will last a lifetime. Apply here.

November 26, 2015

Andrea Pancur, München, Germany, 26 Nov 2014

Andrea Pancur

26.11.2014, 17:15
Hochschule für Musik und Theater,
Arcisstr. 12, Kaminzimmer (Raum 105)
80333 München, Germany
EINTRITT FREI!!

Volksmusik im Diskurs – Lang lebe der koschere Gebirgsjodler
Eine musikalische Grenzerfahrung

website.musikhochschule-muenchen.de/de