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December 6, 2005

The Leevees, Farmington Hills, MI, Dec 6

album cover The Leevees
Adat Shalom Synagogue
Farmington Hills, MI
Dec 6

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December 7, 2005

The Leevees, Chicago, IL, Dec 7

album cover The Leevees open for Bare Naked Ladies
Chicago Auditorium Theatre
Chicago, IL
Dec 7

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December 8, 2005

The Leevees, St. Paul, MN, Dec 8

album cover The Leevees open for Bare Naked Ladies
Xcel Energy Center Bowl
St. Paul, MN
Dec 8

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December 10, 2005

The Leevees, Denver, CO, Dec 10

album cover The Leevees open for Bare Naked Ladies
Chicago Auditorium Theatre
Chicago, IL
Dec 7

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December 12, 2005

The Leevees, Tucson, AZ, Dec 12

album cover The Leevees open for Bare Naked Ladies
Tucson Convention Center
Tucson, AZ
Dec 12

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December 13, 2005

The Leevees, Santa Monica, CA, Dec 13

album cover The Leevees open for Bare Naked Ladies
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
Santa Monica, CA
Dec 13

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December 14, 2005

The Leevees, San Francisco, CA, Dec 14

album cover The Leevees open for Bare Naked Ladies
Nob Hill Masonic Center
San Francisco, CA
Dec 14

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December 17, 2005

The Leevees, Washington, DC, Dec 17

album cover The Leevees
Jewish Community Center
Washington, DC
Dec 17

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December 28, 2005

The Levees Jewltide Hanukkah Bash

album cover The Leevees
12/28 Wed
World Cafe

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December 9, 2006

The LeeVees, Westport, CT, Dec 9

album coverThe LeeVees
Saturday, December 9th, 1pm
Westport, CT
Jake's Way
(acoustic in-store)
www.leevees.com

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December 13, 2006

Vodka Latka, Los Angeles, CA, Dec 13








VODKA LATKA: FESTIVAL OF RIGHTS LA
JDub, Progressive Jewish Alliance and Reboot,Present:

A Hanukkah Extravaganza featuring Golem, DJ Anaan, A High Stakes Charity Dreydl + Special Guests

Los Angeles - Wed. Dec. 13 @ The El Rey
w/ Heaping Hanukkah / Doors & Latkas 8PM
$12 On Sale Now / $15 Day of Show / All Ages / purchase tickets
www.elrey.com

Turn the Festival of Lights into the Festival of Rights with a unique menorah-lighting by local social justice activists. Then watch LA's Heebster comedians, writers, magicians, and performers - including Six Feet Under's Jill Soloway - tackle the holiday from an entirely new perspective in Heaping Hanukah. Finally, Golem takes the night to a raucous, high-energy finale.

This event made possile through a grant from JVPF-LA.

The LeeVees, NYC, Dec 13

album coverThe LeeVees
Wednesday, December 13th
New York, NY
Mo Pitkins (HEEB Magazine event—Group Therapy)
www.mopitkins.com

The LeeVees, Bridgeport, CT, Dec 16

album coverThe LeeVees
Saturday, December 16th
Bridgeport, CT
Congregation B誰ai Israel
2710 Park Avenue
$20 tickets for ages under 16 / $25 for 16+
7:00 pm
www.leevees.com

December 14, 2006

Vodka Latka, San Francisco, CA, Dec 14








San Francisco - Thurs. Dec 14 @ The Independent
w/ Conspiracy of Beards / Doors & Latkas 8PM
$12 On Sale Now / $15 Day of Show / 21+ / purchase tix

Tonight again starts with the Festival of Rights menorah lighting, followed by Conspiracy of Beards, a 30 member all- male choir that exclusively performs the music of Leonard Cohen. The night high stakes charity dreydl benefiting the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, in which you can win a Noise Pop Festival Badge and a Barsuk Records prize pack.

Produced in Collaboration with Noise Pop

December 15, 2006

"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad", Philadelphia, PA, Dec 15

nice jewish girls"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad" tours for the holidays with hula hoops, hip hop and hilarity in hand, like a dreidal spinning in Vegas. Celebrating Xmas Eve with a brand new show, including comedians Rachel Feinstein (Comedy Central), Ophira Eisenberg (Comedy Central), Rena Zager (Comedy Central), Rebecca Drysdale (Aspen Comedy Fest), spoken word artist Vanessa Hidary AKA The Hebrew Mamita (HBO and "The Tribe"), special guest Scotty the Blue Bunny and our very own Burlesque All-stars, Sister Schmaltz and our very own houseband, The Jew Boys, hosted by comedian, chanteuse and resident ringleader, The Goddess Perlman who will be throwing down the Yiddish rhymes.

Dec. 15th @ 8pm
5 Spot
5 S. Bank St.
Philadelphia
215-574-0070

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December 16, 2006

The Levees, Bridgeport, CT, Dec 16

album coverThe LeeVees
Bridgeport, CT
Congregation B'Nai Israel
2710 Park Avenue
$20 tickets for ages under 16 / $25 for 16+
All Ages
7:00 pm

"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad", Virginia Beach, VA, Dec 16

nice jewish girls"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad" tours for the holidays with hula hoops, hip hop and hilarity in hand, like a dreidal spinning in Vegas. Celebrating Xmas Eve with a brand new show, including comedians Rachel Feinstein (Comedy Central), Ophira Eisenberg (Comedy Central), Rena Zager (Comedy Central), Rebecca Drysdale (Aspen Comedy Fest), spoken word artist Vanessa Hidary AKA The Hebrew Mamita (HBO and "The Tribe"), special guest Scotty the Blue Bunny and our very own Burlesque All-stars, Sister Schmaltz and our very own houseband, The Jew Boys, hosted by comedian, chanteuse and resident ringleader, The Goddess Perlman who will be throwing down the Yiddish rhymes.

Dec. 16th @ 8pm
The Jewish Mother,
31st and Pacific Avenue
Virginia Beach, VA
757-422-5430

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December 17, 2006

Chanukah Klezmer Fest, El Paso, TX, Dec 17

More Klezmer fun in the Southwest:
On this Sunday, December 17th at 5:15pm its Chanukah Klezmer Fest featuring The Rebbe's Orkestra—klezmer and Judaic band at Congregation B'nai Zion in El Paso, Texas.
Join us as we light the third candle on our giant Chanukiah at THE Chanukah party of the year.
Out-of-this world food and a world-renowned klezmer band.
For more information contact:
Congregation B'nai Zion, 805 Cherry Hill Lane, El Paso, Texas 79912 (915) 833-2222
www.congregationbnaizion.com

"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad", Baltimore, MD, Dec 17

nice jewish girls"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad" tours for the holidays with hula hoops, hip hop and hilarity in hand, like a dreidal spinning in Vegas. Celebrating Xmas Eve with a brand new show, including comedians Rachel Feinstein (Comedy Central), Ophira Eisenberg (Comedy Central), Rena Zager (Comedy Central), Rebecca Drysdale (Aspen Comedy Fest), spoken word artist Vanessa Hidary AKA The Hebrew Mamita (HBO and "The Tribe"), special guest Scotty the Blue Bunny and our very own Burlesque All-stars, Sister Schmaltz and our very own houseband, The Jew Boys, hosted by comedian, chanteuse and resident ringleader, The Goddess Perlman who will be throwing down the Yiddish rhymes.

Dec. 17th @ 7pm
Creative Alliance
134 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore
410-276-1651

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The Levees, Chicago, IL, Dec 17

album coverThe LeeVees
Chicago, IL
Kinetic Playground
1113 W. Lawrence
Tickets $15 (purchase tix).
This is an acoustic set with Adam & Dave
21+
8:00 pm

December 19, 2006

Tribeca Showcase of New Jewish Music, NYC, Dec 19

Strom photoThe Jewish American Performing Arts Project & Synagogue for the Arts
present the monthly....
TRIBECA SHOWCASE OF NEW JEWISH MUSIC & COMEDY
(AND SYNAGOGUE FOR THE ARTS' ANNUAL CHANUKAH BASH!)

Tuesday, Dec 19
7:00-8:00 networking/food
8:00-10:30 showcase

Synagogue for the Arts
49 White St., NYC
(2 blocks below Canal, west of Broadway)

General admission (includes party/food): $25
For info and advance reservations, (212) 966-7141

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December 20, 2006

Jewmongous, Bloomfield, NJ, Dec 20

fairly pointless logoFrom the creator of the comedy song sensation "What I Like About Jew" and the founder of Rockapella comes a newly erected, Jew-themed, comedy song variety show: JEWMONGOUS!, featuring Sean Altman and guests Todd Barry, Jonathan Coulton, Tammy Faye Starlite, Cynthia Kaplan and Steve Goodie. All faiths welcome, especially Jews.

12/20 - 12 Miles West, Bloomfield, NJ (7pm)

www.jewmongous.com

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Jewltide, Chicago, IL, Dec 20

jewltide graphicJewltide in Chicago
Wed. Dec. 20
Empty Bottle
1035 N. Western Ave., Chicago, IL
$12 On Sale Now / $15 Day of Show / 21+ / Doors 9 PM
Featuring Golem + SoCalled + Heeb Magazine

This event made possible through a grant from Charles & Lynn Schusterman Foundation.

December 21, 2006

Jewmongous, Bellmore, LI, NY, Dec 21

fairly pointless logoFrom the creator of the comedy song sensation "What I Like About Jew" and the founder of Rockapella comes a newly erected, Jew-themed, comedy song variety show: JEWMONGOUS!, featuring Sean Altman and guests Todd Barry, Jonathan Coulton, Tammy Faye Starlite, Cynthia Kaplan and Steve Goodie. All faiths welcome, especially Jews.

12/21 - The Brokerage, Bellmore, Long Island, NY (7pm)

www.jewmongous.com

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Jewltide, Boston, MA, Dec 21

jewltide graphicJewltide in Boston
Thurs. Dec. 21
TT The Bears
www.ttthebears.com
$10 On Sale Now / $12 Day of Show / 18+ / Doors 8:30 PM
Featuring Golem + SoCalled + Heeb Magazine + Shtreiml

This event made possible through a grant from Charles & Lynn Schusterman Foundation.

December 22, 2006

Jewmongous, Philadelphia, PA, Dec 22

fairly pointless logoFrom the creator of the comedy song sensation "What I Like About Jew" and the founder of Rockapella comes a newly erected, Jew-themed, comedy song variety show: JEWMONGOUS!, featuring Sean Altman and guests Todd Barry, Jonathan Coulton, Tammy Faye Starlite, Cynthia Kaplan and Steve Goodie. All faiths welcome, especially Jews.

12/22 - Tin Angel, Philadelphia (7:30pm)

www.jewmongous.com

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December 23, 2006

"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad", Alexandria, VA, Dec 23

nice jewish girls"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad" tours for the holidays with hula hoops, hip hop and hilarity in hand, like a dreidal spinning in Vegas. Celebrating Xmas Eve with a brand new show, including comedians Rachel Feinstein (Comedy Central), Ophira Eisenberg (Comedy Central), Rena Zager (Comedy Central), Rebecca Drysdale (Aspen Comedy Fest), spoken word artist Vanessa Hidary AKA The Hebrew Mamita (HBO and "The Tribe"), special guest Scotty the Blue Bunny and our very own Burlesque All-stars, Sister Schmaltz and our very own houseband, The Jew Boys, hosted by comedian, chanteuse and resident ringleader, The Goddess Perlman who will be throwing down the Yiddish rhymes.

Dec. 23rd
The Birchmere
3701 Mt. Vernon Ave
Alexandria, VA 22305
703-573-SEAT

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Jewmongous, NYC, Dec 23

fairly pointless logoFrom the creator of the comedy song sensation "What I Like About Jew" and the founder of Rockapella comes a newly erected, Jew-themed, comedy song variety show: JEWMONGOUS!, featuring Sean Altman and guests Todd Barry, Jonathan Coulton, Tammy Faye Starlite, Cynthia Kaplan and Steve Goodie. All faiths welcome, especially Jews.

12/23 - Knitting Factory, NYC (7pm & 9:30pm)

www.jewmongous.com

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The LeeVees, Brooklyn, NY, Dec 23

album coverThe LeeVees
Saturday, December 23rd
Brooklyn, NY
Southpaw
125 Fifth Ave
Tickets $12
18+
8:00 pm
www.ttthebears.com

Jewltide, Washington, DC, Dec 23

jewltide graphicJewltide in Washington, DC
Saturday Dec. 23
6th and I
$10 On Sale Now / $12 Day of Show / Doors 8 PM
Featuring Golem + SoCalled + Heeb Magazine

This event made possible through a grant from Charles & Lynn Schusterman Foundation.

Jewltide, Brooklyn, NY, Dec 23

jewltide graphicJDub and Brooklyn Jews Present:
Jewltide in Brooklyn
Sat. Dec. 23 @ Southpaw $12 Advance / $15 Date of Show / 18+
Featuring The LeeVees, Balkan Beat Box DJ set + Special Guests.

Jewltide, Brooklyn, NY, Dec 24

jewltide graphicJDub and Brooklyn Jews Present:
Jewltide in Brooklyn
Sun. Dec 24 @ Southpaw
$18 Advance/$25 Day of Show / 18+ / Doors 8 PM
Featuring Golem + SoCalled + DJ Anaan
Latkas and Eggrolls 8-9 pm

December 24, 2006

Jewmongous, Vienna, VA, Dec 24

fairly pointless logoFrom the creator of the comedy song sensation "What I Like About Jew" and the founder of Rockapella comes a newly erected, Jew-themed, comedy song variety show: JEWMONGOUS!, featuring Sean Altman and guests Todd Barry, Jonathan Coulton, Tammy Faye Starlite, Cynthia Kaplan and Steve Goodie. All faiths welcome, especially Jews.

12/24 - Jammin' Java, Vienna, VA (7pm & 9:30pm)

www.jewmongous.com

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"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad", NYC, Dec 24

nice jewish girls"Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad" tours for the holidays with hula hoops, hip hop and hilarity in hand, like a dreidal spinning in Vegas. Celebrating Xmas Eve with a brand new show, including comedians Rachel Feinstein (Comedy Central), Ophira Eisenberg (Comedy Central), Rena Zager (Comedy Central), Rebecca Drysdale (Aspen Comedy Fest), spoken word artist Vanessa Hidary AKA The Hebrew Mamita (HBO and "The Tribe"), special guest Scotty the Blue Bunny and our very own Burlesque All-stars, Sister Schmaltz and our very own houseband, The Jew Boys, hosted by comedian, chanteuse and resident ringleader, The Goddess Perlman who will be throwing down the Yiddish rhymes.

Dec. 24th
@7:30pm/9:30pm
Joe's Pub
425 Lafayette St.
NYC
212-967-7555

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Knishmas, featuring Shtreiml, Chicago, IL, Dec 24

The KNISHMASreturns! The annual xmas alternative so traditional... its truly alternative! Shtreimel joins us from Montreal on their US tour for jams that are part John Popper and Blues Traveler and part Klezmer band. Plus rising hip hop star of david Kosha Dillz and classic rock sounds by Moshe Skier Band. Its gonna be hot as ... as a knish!

Held on the mythical 9th night of Haunkah at Wicker Park's Subterranean Lounge (2011 W. North @ Milwaukee and Damen) This mini-Jewish music festival actually focuses on contemporary Jewish music and culture. "It has an alternative vibe that's at once familiar and also celebratory of the youthful, Nu-Jew culture. This year the eclectic lineup includes Hard Rock, Hip Hop and yes, Harmonicas.

Add to all that a great crowd, a great room, a midnight knish drop, the gelt pelting and airing of grievances, and its the true alternative for Xmas eve.

KNISHMAS has sold out before, so avoid the risk and the door line- Buy tix online! It's gonna be fun, its gonna hot as a knish!

Subterranean Lounge
2011 W. North Ave.
Damen Blue Line Stop
Tickets

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December 25, 2006

Jewmongous, Annapolous, MD, Dec 25

fairly pointless logoFrom the creator of the comedy song sensation "What I Like About Jew" and the founder of Rockapella comes a newly erected, Jew-themed, comedy song variety show: JEWMONGOUS!, featuring Sean Altman and guests Todd Barry, Jonathan Coulton, Tammy Faye Starlite, Cynthia Kaplan and Steve Goodie. All faiths welcome, especially Jews.

12/25 - Ram's Head, Annapolis, MD (7pm)

www.jewmongous.com

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December 27, 2006

Jewmongous, Cambridge, MA, Dec 27

fairly pointless logoFrom the creator of the comedy song sensation "What I Like About Jew" and the founder of Rockapella comes a newly erected, Jew-themed, comedy song variety show: JEWMONGOUS!, featuring Sean Altman and guests Todd Barry, Jonathan Coulton, Tammy Faye Starlite, Cynthia Kaplan and Steve Goodie. All faiths welcome, especially Jews.

12/27 - Club Passim, Cambridge, MA (7pm & 9:30pm)

www.jewmongous.com

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March 20, 2008

גלאט אזוי, Dobbs Ferry, NY, Purim, Mar 20, 2008

גלאט אזוי (Alan Fendler [fleyt, drehleir], Stacey Cretekos [skripke]. Roger Reid [tsimbali, kompiutr])
will be privileged to be m'sameach klal as the house band for
די מגילה פין אסתר of Greenburgh Hebrew Center, Dobbs Ferry, NY USA
(www.g-h-c.org
14 אדר II 5768 / 20 March 2008 7:30 PM
Playing favorite country hits of the 90's and the 00's
(their favorites, the old country, the 1890's and 1900's).
With special guests
Chane Moldova & The Jewness Brothers: "Worst of Both Worlds"
King Billy Ray Cyrus: "(My Steel Town Queen Esther Found) The Kosher Part of Me"
Shaini Winoheis: "Rehab"
No charge.  Opportunity to fulfill Machatzit HaShekel available.
Please respect k'dusha of the evening with strict adherence to creative costuming.

Sway Machinery Purim, NYC, Mar 20, 2008

The The Sway Machinery will be emerging from the depths of the wilderness to bring the Carnival to the people of NYC!

Purim, the Jewish Mardi Gras, the festival of inversion, is beckoning and we urge you to join us in answering the call!

We will be pitching an old fashioned throw-down in the halls of the Stanton Street Shul, a recently restored bastion of Lower East Side Culture, that houses an active Congregation that is generously sponsoring this event.

FREE ADMISSION--FIRST SHOT FREE FOR EACH AUDIENCE MEMBER!

DRINKS WILL BE SERVED!

REVELRY WILL ENSUE!

Thursday, March 20--9PM
Stanton Street Shul
180 Stanton Street
212-533-4122
www.stantonstreetshul.com

August 7, 2009

Sam Glaser Shabbaton, Flemington, NJ, 7 Aug 2009

A SHABBATON WITH SAM GLASER ~ JEWISH MUSIC, JEWISH MEMORY

Sam GlaserFriday, August 7 & Saturday, August 8, 2009
Flemington Jewish Community Center
5 Sergeantsville Road, Flemington, NJ 08822

Friday, August 7th , starting at 7:30 PM
Enter into Shabbat with a joyous Kabbalat Shabbat and Evening service, followed by a festive Shabbat dinner, with study and singing.

Saturday, August 8th, starting at 9:15 AM
Stay connected with your Shabbat Soul with Shabbat services. Sam Glaser will present the Dvar Torah after the Torah service. Services will be followed by a Kiddush luncheon, followed by study and some more singing!

Shabbat Afternoon, starting at 6:00
Children's programming- Sam will teach some songs to the children who will later participate in the Saturday Night concert after Havdalah.
At 7:00, Sam will again lead a study and discussion group on "Attitude of Gratitude"- the theme of his most recent CD of the Psalms of Hallel.

Satruday evening, starting at 7:30
Mincha service, followed by Seudat Sh'lishit, the Third Meal of Shabbat, followed by study and EVEN MORE SINGING! Then we will have the Shabbat evening service and Havdalah.

Motzei Shabbat, approximately 9:00:
A SAM GLASER CONCERT- WITH PARTICIPATION OF FRIENDS AND KIDS!
Special Guest: Adrianne Greenbaum of KlezmerFlute - Nationally and internationally known klezmer musician and teacher.

All this for a requested donation of $18 per person, $36 per family. All proceeds go to support the restoration of the Jewish cemetery in Dubiecko, Poland- one of the "Lost Jewish communities" of Polish Galicia - through a program of the American Joint Distribution Committee.
PLEASE MAKE ANY CHECKS OUT TO: FJCC/ RABBI'S DISCRETIONARY FUND: DUBIECKO FUND.

Call (908) 782-6410 for further information

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August 8, 2009

Sam Glaser Shabbaton, Flemington, NJ, 7-8 Aug 2009

A SHABBATON WITH SAM GLASER ~ JEWISH MUSIC, JEWISH MEMORY

Sam GlaserFriday, August 7 & Saturday, August 8, 2009
Flemington Jewish Community Center
5 Sergeantsville Road, Flemington, NJ 08822

Friday, August 7th , starting at 7:30 PM
Enter into Shabbat with a joyous Kabbalat Shabbat and Evening service, followed by a festive Shabbat dinner, with study and singing.

Saturday, August 8th, starting at 9:15 AM
Stay connected with your Shabbat Soul with Shabbat services. Sam Glaser will present the Dvar Torah after the Torah service. Services will be followed by a Kiddush luncheon, followed by study and some more singing!

Shabbat Afternoon, starting at 6:00
Children's programming- Sam will teach some songs to the children who will later participate in the Saturday Night concert after Havdalah.
At 7:00, Sam will again lead a study and discussion group on "Attitude of Gratitude"- the theme of his most recent CD of the Psalms of Hallel.

Satruday evening, starting at 7:30
Mincha service, followed by Seudat Sh'lishit, the Third Meal of Shabbat, followed by study and EVEN MORE SINGING! Then we will have the Shabbat evening service and Havdalah.

Motzei Shabbat, approximately 9:00:
A SAM GLASER CONCERT- WITH PARTICIPATION OF FRIENDS AND KIDS!
Special Guest: Adrianne Greenbaum of KlezmerFlute - Nationally and internationally known klezmer musician and teacher.

All this for a requested donation of $18 per person, $36 per family. All proceeds go to support the restoration of the Jewish cemetery in Dubiecko, Poland- one of the "Lost Jewish communities" of Polish Galicia - through a program of the American Joint Distribution Committee.
PLEASE MAKE ANY CHECKS OUT TO: FJCC/ RABBI'S DISCRETIONARY FUND: DUBIECKO FUND.

Call (908) 782-6410 for further information

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December 10, 2011

Mark O'Connor with Yale Strom and Hot Pstromi, New York, NY, 21 December 2011

Wednesday 12/21/2011, 10pm to Midnight - MARK O'CONNOR CHRISTMAS REVIEW SHOW. Mark O'Connor, 'one of the most talented and imaginative artists working in music - any music - today,' (LA Times), and special guests, including Yale Strom & Elizabeth Schwartz, ring in the holidays. Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street. Seating is limited and on a first come-first served basis. For reservations: (212) 505-FISH.

December 18, 2011

Lori Cahan-Simon Chanukah concert, Cleveland, OH, 18 Dec 2011

Khanike iz freylekh!

A Chanukah concert presented by vocalist/folklorist Lori Cahan-Simon accompanied by Walt Mahovlich on accordion.

Yiddish songs rarely heard, collected by Lori, with texts by our most beloved poets set to music by the finest Jewish composers, from the 18th through 20th centuries, as well as a story by I.L. Peretz.

You can also purchase the CD at CD Baby.

When: Dec. 18th, 2011 at 3pm
Where: The Cleveland Workmen's Circle, at the Rockefeller Pointe building,
2490 Lee Blvd., Suite 300B, Cleveland Heights, OH.
This is at the Northwest corner of Lee & Mayfield Roads, entrance at the rear.
How much: only $5 gets you a concert as well as frishe heyse latkes and other refreshments!!

Call (216) 381-4515 for reservations and information.
We will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items for our Mitzvah Food Pantry at the event.

Hope to see you there!

November 28, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 28 Nov 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

28 November, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

November 29, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 29 Nov 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

29 November, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

November 30, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 30 Nov 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

28 November, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 1, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 1 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

1 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 2, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 2 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

1 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 4, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 4 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

4 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 5, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 5 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

5 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 6, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 6 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

6 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 7, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 7 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

7 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

Chanukah Friday night service, Rockville, MD, 7 Dec 2012

width="161" height="200" alt="Caron Dale">Join Caron Dale, lead singer and founder of Lox & Vodka, at Hevrat Shalom Congregation where she is the Senior Cantorial Soloist. Click for Friday night Shabbat Service schedule.
The Chanukah Service, lead by Rabbi Arnold Saltzman and Cantor Caron, will be filled with music.
Friday evening, December 7th
7:45; Ingleside at King Farm; 701 King Farm Blvd., Rockville, MD 20850

December 8, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 8 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

8 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 9, 2012

Celebrate Chanukah @ National Yiddish Book Center, Amherst, MA, 9 Dec, 2012

Grumbling GryponsJoin us for a Chanukah Celebration for all ages on Sunday, December 9. The day’s events include The Magic Dreidel, a theatrical and musical presentation of the story of Chanukah by the nationally touring Grumbling Gryphons. Also featured are hands-on music, dance, and art workshops leading up to the performance.

Dec 9, 2012, 10am - 4pm
National Yiddish Book Center
Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building
1021 West Street (Hampshire College campus)

For details and to reserve tickets:
support.yiddishbookcenter.org/site/Calendar/1836249282?view=Detail&id=4861

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 9 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

9 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 11, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 11 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

11 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 12, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 12 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

12 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 13, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 13 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

13 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 14, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 14 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

14 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 15, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 15 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

15 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 16, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 16 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

16 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 18, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 18 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

18 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 19, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 19 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

19 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 20, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 20 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

20 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 22, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 22 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

22 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 23, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 23 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

23 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 24, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 24 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

24 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 26, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 26 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

26 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 27, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 27 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

27 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 28, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 28 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

28 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 29, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 29 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

29 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 30, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 30 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

30 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

November 3, 2013

Nigunim Chorus Hanukah extravaganza, Berkeley, CA, 30 Nov, 2013

Nigunim Chorus readies Hanukah extravaganza

Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.
JCC East Bay,
1414 Walnut St.,
Berkeley, CA

$15 general admission, free for kids
Buy tickets here

The Nigunim Community Chorus will present its annual celebration on the fourth night of Hanukah. The community is invited to light candles, sing Hanukah songs, enjoy performances by top Bay Area musicians, and dance under the leadership of Bruce Bierman. Traditional Hanukah foods will be sold.

Featured performers are the Nigunim Community Chorus, which sings in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino and English; Ladino singer Rivka Amado; traditional Jewish band Mama Loshn, including Gail Kissin, Suzanne Shanbaum and Rhonda Findling; the Adama Duo, with singer/guitarist Achi Ben Shalom and percussionist Jan Padover; and a dance band featuring an all-star line up of local musicians.

Co-sponsored by the 29th Jewish Music Festival, JCC East Bay, Temple Sinai, the Aquarian Minyan and KlezCalifornia.

December 6, 2013

Chappy Chanukkah Shabbat w/Caron Dale, Rockville, MD, 6 Dec 2013

width="161" height="200" alt="Caron Dale">Join Cantorial Soloist Caron Dale and musical friends for a Chappy Chanukkah Shabbat Celebration with song, prayer and fun food

Friday evening, December 6; 7:45
Congregation Hevrat Shalom welcomes you
Ingleside at King Farm
701 King Farm Blvd
Rockville, MD
street parking

December 4, 2014

Lox & Vodka, Chanukah celebration, Washington, DC, 4 Dec 2014

Lox & Vodka Thursday December 4, 6:00-8:00 US Botanic Gardens 100 Maryland Avenue, SW - In front of the US Capitol Free to the public Our annual Chanukah and Holiday celebration filled with communal singing and dancing with people from across the country and around the world in one of the most beautiful settings in the Washington area! More info: www.usbg.gov/events/2014/11/18/live-seasonal-music

December 7, 2014

Lox & Vodka @ Jewish Folk Arts Fest, Rockville, MD, 7 Dec 2014

Lox & Vodka Sunday December 7, 5:00-5:45 Jewish Folk Arts Festival Universities of Shady Grove Conference Center, 9630 Gudelsky Dr, Rockville MD (off rt 28) $10 general admission, $5 for seniors (62+) and youth, $40 for families of 4 or more Order tickets here

December 14, 2014

Songs of Chanukah: Celebrating the Festival of Lights, NYC, 14 Dec 2014

Free Concert - December 14 and December 17, 2014
A joyful concert featuring traditional holiday melodies, hot klezmer tunes, and special surprises.

Featuring Magda Fishman, Rachel Yucht, Avram Pengas, Dmitri Zisl Slepovitch, Brian Glassman and Matt Temkin
Musical Director Zalmen Mlotek

With community-wide sponsors, the Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, the New York Board of Rabbis, and the Manhattan Jewish Historical Initiative.

In Yiddish, English, Hebrew and Ladino with English translation supertitles.

December 14, 2014 at 12:30 PM
The Winter Garden at Brookfield Place
220 Vesey Street, New York, NY 10281

This is a FREE event sponsored by arts Brookfield
No tickets required

For more information, please visit
www.artsbrookfield.com/new-york

Sruli & Lisa + Yosl Kurland, Waltham, MA, 14 Dec

Temple Beth Israel, Waltham presents
As part of its 100th year celebrations

A CELEBRATION OF KLEZMER AND YIDDISH MUSIC AND DANCE
Concert/Dance Party and Music Workshops

Featuring the dynamic duo of Sruli Dresdner and Lisa Mayer
Joined by very special guest Yosl Kurland

Music, singing, dancing (with expert leading), high spirits, refreshments, fun for all!

Sunday, Dec. 14
Temple Beth Israel
25 Harvard Street, Waltham, MA 02453

2-5pm: Concert and Dance Party
$25, $20 TBI members, kids under 12 free
12-1pm: Simultaneous participatory workshops: Yiddish singing, instrumental klezmer music
$18, $15 TBI members, kids under 12 free

Combined workshop and concert/dance ticket: $40, $32 members

Workshops begin promptly at 12
Lunch provided to workshop participants at 1
Participants will play a tune with the band at the concert

For information and ticketing:
www.tbiwaltham.org
781-894-5146

Online ticket purchase:
www.eventbrite.com/e/klezmer-concert-and-dance-party-with-sruli-and-lisa-joined-by-yosl-kurland-tickets-14292945585?aff=es2&rank=1

December 17, 2014

Charming Hostess duo, Oakland, CA, 17-19 Dec 2014

Jewlia and Cyn (and friends?) will be singing six short sets at the Oakland Museum this week. We will do Khanukah songs, Marian hymns, and other wintery delights. So excited to perform in the beautiful Day of the Dead exhibit, whose many meanings are amplified as the solstice approaches! Wednesday thru Friday, December 17-19 Oakland Museum of CA 1000 Oak Street Oakland, CA Noon Museum admission is $15 but we might also sing some outside the store, and those are free.Jewlia and Cyn (and friends?) will be singing six short sets at the Oakland Museum this week. We will do Khanukah songs, Marian hymns, and other wintery delights. So excited to perform in the beautiful Day of the Dead exhibit, whose many meanings are amplified as the solstice approaches!

Songs of Chanukah: Celebrating the Festival of Lights, Queens, NYC, 17 Dec 2014

Free Concert - December 14 and December 17, 2014
A joyful concert featuring traditional holiday melodies, hot klezmer tunes, and special surprises.

Featuring Magda Fishman, Rachel Yucht, Avram Pengas, Dmitri Zisl Slepovitch, Brian Glassman and Matt Temkin
Musical Director Zalmen Mlotek

With community-wide sponsors, the Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, the New York Board of Rabbis, and the Manhattan Jewish Historical Initiative.

In Yiddish, English, Hebrew and Ladino with English translation supertitles.

December 17, 2014 at 7 PM
Queens College, Lefrak Recital Hall
65-30 Kissena Blvd, Flushing, New York 11367

This is a FREE event sponsored by the Queens College Center for Jewish Studies
No tickets required

For more information, please call 718-793-8080

WQXR Chanukah Party, NYC, 17 Dec 2014

WQXR PRESENTS A CHANUKAH PARTY IN THE GREENE SPACE Wednesday, December 17, 2014, 7:00 PM The Greene Space 44 Charlton Street, (corner of Varick Street) New York, NY Tickets: $25, available online More info: /www.thegreenespace.org/events/thegreenespace/2014/dec/17/wqxr-presents-chanukah-party-greene-space/ Pete Rushefsky, a leading revivalist of the tsimbl (a hammered dulcimer) will perform klezmer music with violinist Jake Shulman-Ment, internationally known musician and modern interpreter of Eastern European acoustic music; a cappella ensemble Pella will perform traditional Jewish songs; and returning favorite East of the River will play Mediterranean and Middle Eastern melodies. Hosted by WQXR's Naomi Lewin.

December 18, 2014

Charming Hostess duo, Oakland, CA, 17-19 Dec 2014

Jewlia and Cyn (and friends?) will be singing six short sets at the Oakland Museum this week. We will do Khanukah songs, Marian hymns, and other wintery delights. So excited to perform in the beautiful Day of the Dead exhibit, whose many meanings are amplified as the solstice approaches! Wednesday thru Friday, December 17-19 Oakland Museum of CA 1000 Oak Street Oakland, CA Noon Museum admission is $15 but we might also sing some outside the store, and those are free.Jewlia and Cyn (and friends?) will be singing six short sets at the Oakland Museum this week. We will do Khanukah songs, Marian hymns, and other wintery delights. So excited to perform in the beautiful Day of the Dead exhibit, whose many meanings are amplified as the solstice approaches!

Hanukkah Party Concert w/Heather Klein, San Francisco, CA, 18 Dec 2014

Heather KleinHeather Klein
Ruth's Table
Hanukkah Party Concert

December 18, 2014, 1-2pm
Art Center • Mission District
580 Capp St,
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 642-1000

Songs for the season, like a peppermint mocha for your ears!

Lox & Vodka, Washington, DC, 18 Dec 2014

Lox & Vodka Thur, Dec 18, 2014, 6-7pm Kennedy Center Millennium Stage 2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20566 Free to the public We are honored to have been requested to perform here. Come celebrate Chanukah and the Holiday Spirit with lively and festive dancing and singing in English, Hebrew and Yiddish. More info: www.kennedy-center.org/explorer/artists/?entity_id=207488

December 19, 2014

Charming Hostess duo, Oakland, CA, 17-19 Dec 2014

Jewlia and Cyn (and friends?) will be singing six short sets at the Oakland Museum this week. We will do Khanukah songs, Marian hymns, and other wintery delights. So excited to perform in the beautiful Day of the Dead exhibit, whose many meanings are amplified as the solstice approaches! Wednesday thru Friday, December 17-19 Oakland Museum of CA 1000 Oak Street Oakland, CA Noon Museum admission is $15 but we might also sing some outside the store, and those are free.Jewlia and Cyn (and friends?) will be singing six short sets at the Oakland Museum this week. We will do Khanukah songs, Marian hymns, and other wintery delights. So excited to perform in the beautiful Day of the Dead exhibit, whose many meanings are amplified as the solstice approaches!

Hanukkah Service w/Heather Klein, Fremont, CA, 19 Dec 2014

Heather KleinHeather Klein
Hanukkah Service

December 19, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
Temple Beth Torah
42000 Paseo Padre Parkway,
Fremont, CA 94539
Phone: 510-656-7141

December 20, 2014

Saul Goodman Klezmer Band @ SF JCC Chanukkah party, San Francisco, CA, 20 Dec 2014

Saul Goodman Klezmer Band Saturday, December 20 4-6pm SF JCC, 3200 California St., San Francisco. Free. Mike Perlmutter (clarinet), Dmitri Gaskin (accordion), Andrew Cohen (helicon), Ivan Velev (tapan), Bruce Bierman (dance leading). We perform as part of a family event which includes candle lighting, a dreidel garden, tot spot, storey telling, and seasonal cocktails, latkes, and on the spot made mini donuts!

Chanukah Party w/Ben Brussell, Albany, CA, 20 Dec 2014

Ben Brussell - Solo Mandolin & Vocals Chanukah Party and Silent Auction Congregation Kol Hadash Chanukah Party Saturday, December 20, 6 PM to 9 PM Albany Community Center 1249 Marin Avenue, Albany, CA 94706 510-982-1455 Bring your friends and family and join us for our annual Chanukah party with a short service, delicious food, a wonderful silent auction, and entertainment. Song-leading by Ben Brussell. Potluck diner before service.

6th Annual Hanukah Community Celebration, Berkeley, CA, 20 Dec 2014

6th Annual Hanukah Community Celebration Saturday, December 20 at 7:00pm Jewish Community Center of The East Bay 1414 Walnut St, Berkeley, California 94709 On the 5th night of Hanukkah, the community will get together to light candles, sing Hanukkah songs and enjoy performances by top Bay Area musicians. Traditional Hanukkah food will be sold. All ages.. Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1501177963502303/

"Seth Kibel's Swingin' Klezmer Chanukah", Baltimore, MD, 20 Dec 2014

"Seth Kibel's Swingin' Klezmer Chanukah" Saturday, December 20, 8:00pm - 10:00pm An die Musik 409 N Charles St, Baltimore, Maryland 21201 Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/1475798162659203/

Klezmerfest!, Long Branch, NJ, 20 Dec 2014

Klezmer Chanukah party w/Klezmerfest

Saturday, December 20, 8:15 PM
Congregation Brothers of Israel,
250 Park Avenue,
Long Branch, NJ

Tickets $25 in advance; $30 at the door
Refreshments will be served.
RSVP for the advance tickets by 12/15/2014
Please contact: Office: (732) 222­6666
Bring Your Friends!

December 23, 2014

London Klezmer Quartet Chanukah candle-lighting, Bournemouth, UK, 23 Dec 2014

London Klezmer QuartetThe London Klezmer Quartet trio plays for Chanukah Concert with candle-lighting. Tuesday, Dec 23, 2014, 3pm Bournemouth Reform Synagogue, 53 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3PA Info and bookings: 01202 557736

December 25, 2014

Annual Saul's Deli Klezmer X-Mas Street Party, Berkeley, CA, 25 Dec 2014

6th Annual Saul's Deli Klezmer X-Mas Street Party. Mike Perlmutter (clarinet and sax), Dmitri Gaskin (accordion), Peter Bonos (trumpet and euphonium), Gerry Tenney (mandolin and singing), Tony Phillips (banjo), Aharon Wheels Bolsta (percussion), Jonathan Simon (percussion), plus more musicians tba. Thursday, December 25, 11:00am-3:00pm, Outside of Saul's Deli 1475 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, CA Check out some previous footage of the event:

March 6, 2015

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/

August 30, 2015

Afro-Semitic Experience, New Haven, CT, 30 Aug 2015

publicity photoThe Afro-Semitic Experience Days of Awe Sunday, August 30, 2015, 4pm Orchard Street Shul 232 Orchard Street New Haven, CT $10 in advance, $15 day of show 203-776-1468 more info: orchardstreetshul.org/?p=2547