L’Shana Tova! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHlLYhYNbc0
Sunday, September 25, 2016, 4:30 p.m. at Merkin Concert Hall 129 West 67 Street, New York City To Life, To Laugh, L’chaim! A Centennial Celebration in Song of the Classic Yiddish Writer Sholem Aleichem performed by the Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus / JPPC Binyumen Schaechter, Conductor Seth Weinstein, Pianist with featured soloists Cantor Joel Caplan and … Continue reading To Life, To Laugh, L’chaim! Concert by Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus
The Azrieli Music Project (AMP) is proud to announce that composer Wlad Marhulets is the winner of the inaugural Azrieli Prize in Jewish Music for his Klezmer Clarinet Concerto. Marhulets, who submitted a completed orchestral work on a Jewish theme or subject – along with applicants from around the world – has been granted the second of two $50,000 prizes, which were offered for the first time by the Azrieli Foundation.
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THE LEO BAECK INSTITUTE and the AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR JEWISH MUSIC present
AN ERWIN SCHULHOFF RETROSPECTIVE
performed by Mimi Stern-Wolfe’s Downtown Chamber Players
Wednesday May 25 at 7:30 PM
Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street
Tickets: $15; $10 for students, seniors
Mauro Braunstein, a mathematician and composer, has put together a database of nusach melodies with score that he has transcribed. The database contains thousands of variations of nusach covering the gamut of Jewish liturgical texts. It is divided by liturgy (weekdays, Sabbath, holidays), life cycles, and trope. Within these sections are myriad examples of the … Continue reading Mauro Braunstein Nusach Database