KlezKamp , www.livingtraditions.org, has updated their website and has added two new features: Photos of KlezKamp 19 (2003) and a new section of links to our favorite websites relevant to Yiddish and Klezmer which will certainly be of interest. Please visit our website often and let us know what you think.
St. Bartholomew�s Church Presents The Ivory Consort
in Music in the Land of Three Faiths at St. Bartholomew�s Church on May 6 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $25 for general admission and $15 for students and seniors. The church is located at 109 East 50th St. and Park Ave. For more information and to order tickets please call 212-378-0248.
KlezKanada’s website at www.klezkanada.com has been updated for this year’s session. Klezkanada is located in Lantier Quebec, just north of Montreal.Sessions for musicians take place August 23-29.
For everyone else, camp takes place August 25-29.
Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys
Sunday, May 2 3pm Jewish Center of Jackson Heights, 37-06 77th St. Jackson Heights, NY 718-429-1150
Thursday, May 6 Benefit concert for The Dwelling Place, Homeless shelter in Norfolk VA with Tim O’Brien. www.thedwellingplaceva.org
Friday, May 7 The Prism Coffehouse, 214 Rugby Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22903, (434) 97-PRISM www.theprism.org
Saturday, May 15 8 pm The Arden Club, 2126 The Highway, Arden, DE. Tickets and information: (302) 475-3126 www.ardenclub.com/concerts.htm
Sunday, May 30 6 & 7:30pm Satalla, 37 West 26th St. (6th/Broadway)NYC, 212.576.1155 www.Satalla.com
Nikitov – “Amulet” (Chamsa Records)
The Dutch/American band’s first CD release. Beautifully sung
Yiddish classics interpreted by Nikitov with pronounced Eastern
Euorpean, Gypsy jazz and Turkish flavorings. This acoustic
quartet delivers spot on rhythm with energetic improvisations to
create a sound that is completely their own. Featuring: “Sha
Shtil”, “Mayn Rue Plats”, “Di Krenetse”, “Reyzele” and more…
Niki Jacobs (voice)
Adam Good (acoustic guitar)
Jelle van Tongeren (violin)
Jason Sypher (upright bass)
Daniel S. Gil presents The Legacy of Spirit Concert & Presentation
featuring Conductor Gilbert Trout at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall.
Sunday, June 6 2:45 PM (2:00 PM doors).
You are invited to join us for a Musical Friday Night Service at
SUTTON PLACE SYNAGOGUE
225 East 51st Street (between Second and and Third Ave)
Friday, April 30th, at 6:00 PM sharp!
Oneg will follow…
With: Rabbi Alan Schrantz, Cantor Dov Keren,
*Shirona* and the Ruach Instrumental Ensemble.
Saturday May 1 8PM performed by the Julliard Orchestra, cond. by James Conlon and Sunday, May 2 3PM will have concerts of the music of Erwin Schulhoff. For tickets, www.92Y.org/Schulhoff or call 212-415-5500. concert tickets $30. Not to be missed… concerts at the 92nd Street Y Tisch Center for the Arts, 1395 Lexington Ave. in New York
Tuesday, April 27th, 2004 @ 9pm @ Club Seho (formerly Club Lickwed) 113 Ludlow St. (between Rivington and Delancey) Lower East Side, NYC, just a few blocks away from the Williamsburg Bridge. By subway: J, M, Z, F to Delancey / Essex St. Mike says: “Yes kiddies, there is no cover so you’ll be able to bring a date! We’ll be playing all you Klezmer favorites plus a few new tunes soon to become Klezmer standards. ”
then… onward and downward…
We’re catching cabs to Dr. Jelly Finger’s Paradise Jam @ Otto’s Shrunken Head and Tikki Bar located 538 E 14th St. between Ave. A & B. This is the Times Square of the East Village. Mike says: “We’re literally just going to throw everyone off the stage.…
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Richard (“Renaissance Man”) runs Rainlore’s World of Music . It has lots of CD Reviews of Jewish music. For online reviews:
THE ENTIRE SAFAM COLLECTION consisting of OVER 7 HOURS OF GREAT MUSIC by Safam, the music group from Boston can be heard 24/7 on a special online broadcast on NUASACH INTERNET RADIO NETWORK, hosted by LIVE365.COM. This is the largest and oldest 24/7 internet radio dedicated solely to Jewish music. TUNE in at:
(If you are not a member of live365, you will have to register to
listen…its free. Once signed up, live365 will test your
connection speed and you will be asked if you want to download the
live365 player. it is a small program and the best way to listen to
Rabbi Winston Weilheimer, Owner, Host
NUSACH INTERNET RADIO NETWORK
NEW CD RELEASES from the MILKEN ARCHIVE OF AMERICAN JEWISH MUSIC
and NAXOS AMERICAN CLASSICS: DAVID DIAMOND and OFER BEN-AMOTS
For details about Diamond CD, go to
To read an article about David Diamond’s AHAVA-Brotherhood, go to http://www.milkenarchive.org/articles/articles.taf?function=detail&ID=48
To read an interview with narrator Theodore Bikel, go to http://www.milkenarchive.org/articles/articles.taf?function=detail&ID=46
For details about Amots CD, go to http://www.milkenarchive.org/cds/cds.taf?cdid=18
The American Sephardi Federation with Sephardic House is thrilled to
invite you to our concert featuring the talented Cantor Moshe Tessone and his
unforgettable Oriental ensemble.
FOR RESERVATIONS, CALL BOX OFFICE (917) 606-8200 or EMAIL:
CENTER FOR JEWISH HISTORY, 15 W. 16TH STREET, BETWEEN 5TH AND 6TH
AVENUES, NEW YORK CITY; 7 PM Reception, 7:45 Concert.
Admission: $20; $15: For Advance Reservations, Students, Seniors,
Members of ASF, YUM & the Edmond J. Safra Synagogue
Romashka, The Village Klezmer Quintet, and the Gold Sparkle Brass Band are joining forces at the Baggot Inn.
Thursday, May 6th
7 pm – The Village Klezmer Quintet
8 pm – The Gold Sparkle Brass Band
9 pm – Romashka, the NYC Gypsy Dance Party Band
Baggot Inn is located at 82 W. 3rd Street, bet. Thompson and Sullivan, New York., phone: (212) 477-0622
A new CD is out, called “Straight Outta Squirrel
Hill.” (named after the Jewish area of Pittsburgh). It’s about half swing tunes and half Jewish, with one video game theme thrown in there as
well. It’s all Yakov, all the time, on piano and vocals.
You can download a few MP3s at http://www.yakv.com .
Yakov recommends to “Start with ‘Eatin’ Kosher Chicken.’ ”
For only $7, which includes postage.
The CD, officially released today, April 21st, by the group of the same name, with Cookie
Segelstein (violin, scordatura violin and viola), Joshua Horowitz
(chromatic accordion, tsimble) and Stuart Brotman (bass, basy, baraban)
is NOW AVAILABLE at Golden Horn Records, www.goldenhorn.com.
This link takes you right to the page about the CD:
The Workmen’s Circle announces Jeff Warschauer
Free Open House Tuesday, April 27 at 7:00 PM
7 week paid session starts the following Tuesday, May 4,
through June 15, 7:00 pm.
Study with an internationally recognized master instructor
Learn tunes from the diverse klezmer tradition
Work in ensembles with other instrumentalists
Develop tools for improvisation
Guest instructors from the cutting edge of the contemporary klezmer scene
Open to players of any instrument who play and read music at at least an intermediate level
Member: 7 week session $160; per session $25
Non-member: 7 week session $200; per session $30
For more information or registration call: 212 889 6800 x270
April 21st – Wednesday
Washington Jewish Music Festival
Opening: John Bell, Sitar and Broto Roy, Tabla
Member: $20 Non-member: $25 Student/Senior: $12
For tickets or brochure:
202-777-3208 or email@example.com
For more info on the Festival:
Gail Wartell and Michael Atleson are alternate hosts of “Sunday Simcha,” a fifteen-year-old Jewish music program airing every Sunday morning from 6:30 to 8:30 am on WMPG, Greater Portland Community Radio, 90.9 and 104.1 FM, also streaming live at www.wmpg.org. Gail has been a host of the program for about 7 years. The program features an eclectic blend of Jewish music from across the diaspora, including traditional, sacred, Sephardic, Eastern European, folk, rock, and “cutting edge” jazz and klezmer. They also provide news and announcements for the Maine Jewish community and occasionally mix in a dose of Jewish humor. Gail and Michael can be reached at WMPG-FM, 96 Falmouth Street, Box 9300, Portland, ME 04104-9300, or you may contact Michael via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.