A TelAviv – Istanbul Music fest, a Jerusalem basement for klezmer & revolution, South Tel Aviv, the spiritual miracle of hemorrhoid cream, a dance Marathon and great music on Shtetl Middle East.
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Orkestar Kriminal are at Lambi this Thursday with their Gangster Yiddish style of music!
Balkan / Romanian ensemble Shukar Roma, featuring acclaimed Montreal-based accordion player Sergiu Popa. Playing at Parc de la Petite Italie (St. Laurent & St. Zotique) for “Kids POP in the Park” during POP Montreal. FREE.
Vancouver-based accordionist and singer Geoff Berner brings his irreverent and politically charged folk-klezmer-punk act to the Rialto.
Ever heard Jewish folk tunes played on a harmonica quartet? Or Klezmer ska rock? These two bands, featuring Jason Rosenblatt, Adam Stotland, Rachel Lemisch, Levy Bourbonnais and Pascal Veillette, give Jewish fusion a new edge.
Jazz it up with Nozen, featuring Saxophonist Damian Nisenson.
The Damian Nisenson Trio bring traditional Ashkenazi tunes to the Jazz bar.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights in style with a concert featuring some of the finest performers on the new Jewish music scene – Josh Dolgin, Shtreiml and Fanfare Severni!
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.
He’s a record producer, PhD student, composer and accordionist, and has been revamping Klezmer music with his band, Oy Division. Come see what he’s all about at this upcoming show.