You won’t see Miss Me’s face but you can see her art all over the city walls. Check out street artist Miss Me on Shtetl and hear her rendition of the kol nidre.
Having released their self titled, fourth studio album this year, we’re excited to see these veterans’ live show once more. For those out of the loop their sound draws from klezmer, gypsy, latin and jazz, to name a few.
Follow the life of Miss Sugarpuss, from her seedy beginnings to her rise as a star on the burlesque stage. A clever take on the burlesque tradition at the Segal Centre.
BJ Loomer unearths an obscure jazzy version of the Megillah in this first edition of MishMash: a semi-regular blog featuring random thoughts, partial impressions and musical preoccupations.
Jazz it up with Nozen, featuring Saxophonist Damian Nisenson.
The Damian Nisenson Trio bring traditional Ashkenazi tunes to the Jazz bar.
Matt is a jazz pianist, composer, songwriter and arranger. His music combines a unique blend of Arab and Jewish grooves.
Some of the most beautiful Yiddish instrumental music is not meant for dancing. Join Christian Dawid to explore listening pieces and ritual music, with an in-depth look at phrasing and ornamentation.
Jazz pianist and composer Uri Caine Ensemble will be playing his original interpretation of the Goldberg Variations.
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An exhibit named after Leonard Cohen’s inscription of his 1964 book, Flowers of Hitler, on display, and a smoked meat sandwich, live jazz cocktail party!