The New York Andalus Ensemble will perform Oct. 30 2014 at 7;30
at the CUNY Graduate Center
Elebash Recital Hall
365 Fifth Ave (corner of 34th) NY, NY
$13 Adults, $10 students
The_New York Andalus Ensemble presents Et Dodim Kalah (It’s the Time of
Courting, O Bride!), an evening of music and song from al-Andalus and North Africa.
Reflecting the cultural pluralism that characterizes this music, the 20 members of
the ensemble perform repertoire in Arabic, Hebrew, and Judeo-Spanish Ladino, emphasizing the
region’s shared tradition while cherishing the individual cultures that comprise it.
Nights are getting longer, and you’re going to need more D MINOR in your system
Klezperanto is ready with that essential vitamin and SO much more!
New line-up! new tunes!
TUESDAY OCT. 28 7:30 PM at The Regattabar
located in the Charles Hotel,
Harvard Square, Cambridge
Klezperanto is kicking off the Klezmer Festival, starting the show in a double bill with Klezwoods, a band with lots of fans in Boston too, so be sure to get your tickets today.
Here’s how: http://www.getshowtix.com/regattabar/moreinfo.cgi?id=3286
With solid klezmer roots, spectacular technical virtuosity, and a wry sense of humor, Ilene Stahl and an all-star line-up of Boston’s best musicians re-groove traditional klezmer and Mediterranean melodies, rip up Romanian surf tunes, cover cop show themes and cumbias, slay a few standards, and burnish it all to a funky finish.…
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Come see three of the hottest traditional fiddlers in an all-women, all-fiddle
extravaganza that mixes North German dance music, songs and ballads with Jewish klezmer music,
Hasidic melody, and Yiddish song. Put them together and the effect is explosive
-wild fiddles, earthy grooves and three vibrant voices!
See more about upcoming concerts:
Et Dodim Kalah_ (It’s the Time of Courting, O Bride!)
Come hear The New York Andalus Ensemble
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Elebash Recital Hall, CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave. (at 34th St.)
The New York Andalus Ensemble will present _Et Dodim Kalah_ (It’s the Time of Courting, O Bride!), an
evening of music and song from al-Andalus and North Africa.
TIckets: $13 adults/$10 students, available at the door or at
In al-Andalus (Southern Spain), peoples of the three Abrahamic faiths—Islam,
Judaism, and Christianity—shared their arts and sciences for more than five hundred
years, creating a multicultural canon of music and poetry. Since 1492, Jews and
Muslims in North Africa have carried the musical traditions forward from al-Andalus.
Today, the musical expansion from over five centuries ago to the present day
flourishes in New York City with the New York Andalus Ensemble.…
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JTS Presents: The Israeli Chamber Project with Samuel Rhodes, an Evening of Chamber Music from The Juilliard School featuring Tibi Cziger (clarinet), Michal Korman (cello), Assaff Weisman (piano), Carmit Zori (violin), with special guest artist Samuel Rhodes (viola) will take place on Wednesday, October 22, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. at The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS), located at 3080 Broadway (corner 122nd Street) in New York City. The Israeli Chamber Project (ICP) will perform a wide-ranging program of favorite classics and recent works influenced by Jewish culture, including music of Mozart, Schulhoff, Brahms, and the New York premiere of music by Israeli composer Jonathan Keren.
Admission to the concert is by ticket only. Tickets are $10 each; students with a valid school ID—as well as JTS alumni, faculty, students, and staff—may request up to two free tickets each.…
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Hits and Skits from Second Avenue to Pitkin Avenue
with Hy Wolfe, Miryem-Khaye Seigel and Steve Sterner
Monday, October 27, 2014
Yiddish Artists and Friends Actors’ Club (YAFAC)
Fall Dinner and Concert
A glatt kosher dinner will be served.
Sutton Place Synagogue, 225 E 51st St, New York, NY
Reservations required to firstname.lastname@example.org
Send checks to Ruth Harris, Treaurer. 379 Barnard Ave., Cedarhurst, NY 11516
Miryem-Khaye Seigel and Sender Botwinik in Concert
Yiddish Culture Festival
Monday, November 3, 2014
KINSC Sharpless Auditorium
370 Lancaster Avenue
Haverford, PA 19041
Welcome – Yiddish Culture Festival 2014
For More Info:
David Krakauer, the jazz and klezmer clarinetist, will be on tour in Europe throughout March and appearing with Ancestral Groove. For full details to catch a show, see davidkrakauer.com.
Vérités Jamais Sûres… Poèmes Yiddish en musique
Nelly Uzan – récitante
Michel Borzykowski – saxophones
Reb Yoyvl – accordéon
Jeudi 16 octobre 2014 à 20h30
Café-Théâtre de la Voirie
10, rue du Centre, 1009 Pully (Vaud/ Suisse)
Réservations: 076 324 34 52 ou email@example.com
Entrée: 20 frs / tarif réduit: 15 frs
Après un millénaire d’effervescence intellectuelle et artistique, après plusieurs
tentatives d’anéantissement, le yiddish a suscité, ces cinquante dernières années,
un énorme regain d’intérêt: Ce fut d’abord “Le violon sur le toit” en 1967 et le
Prix Nobel de littérature attribué en 1978 à Isaac Bashevis Singer “pour son art de
conteur enthousiaste enraciné dans la culture et les traditions judéo-polonaises et
qui ressuscite l’universalité de la condition humaine”; puis vint le tour du
“renouveau” de la musique klezmer aux Etats-Unis, puis dans le monde entier.…
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Talk by Dr. Yonatan Malin
Sponsored by the Jewish Music Forum
Friday, October 31, 2:00-4:00 P.M.
The Center for Ethnomusicology and Department of Music
Dodge Hall, Room 622
New York, NY
Admission is free; Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reception to follow.
This paper is part of an ongoing project on the analysis of Jewish
cantillation in the Eastern Ashkenazic tradition. Jewish cantillation involves
the intoned reading of Biblical texts with melodies determined by accent
marks (te’amim) in printed Hebrew bibles. In other parts of the study, Malin
has explored aspects of the system broadly: how the melodies correlate with
and project text phrasing, and how they vary depending on the reading and
Center for Traditional Music and Dance’s An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture has a “Yiddish Song of the Week” website. This week it favored this history of a song about bees. At JMWC, (where we also keep bees), we thought this was especially fun during Sukkot. Enjoy the post at:
The Kosciuszko Foundation is having an exciting program featuring works by Sean Hickey, Karol
Szymanowski, Arvo Part and Ned Rorem performed by Carolyn Enger, pianist. She will perform selections from her New York Times critically acclaimed “Best in Classical Recordings for 2013” CD, Ned Rorem: Piano Album I, ‘Six Friends.’
Thursday, November 6, 7 PM
The Kosciuszko Foundation
15 East 65th St.
Meira Warshauer’s Bati l’Gani (I have come into my garden) in a video created by Mike Bregman with beautiful images from Jim Schantz and Pucker Gallery, and crystalline, heartfelt fluting of Paula Robison with percussionist Cyro Baptista
To discover more about this piece and Meira’s music, see: http://meirawarshauer.com/works/bati-lgani-i-came-into-my-garden/
Nov 1-2, 2014 at the Oshman Family Jewish Community Center, Palo Alto, California.
Interactive klezmer music, song, dance, and more, for all ages, featuring internationally renowned musicians: clarinetist Joel Rubin and Veretski Pass, dancing led by Bruce Bierman.
Saturday night Klezmer Concert & Dance Party
Sunday, 9:00am – 7:00pm
Nine Workshops: Playing klezmer music – all levels and instruments, singing (or listening) at a Zingeray: Yiddish song circle, master classes, klezmer dancing, probing Sholem Aleichem?s characters, writing poetry about the legendary phantasmagoric Golem
Buffet lunch followed by Three Singers, Four Opinions a Yiddish song performance featuring Sharon Bernstein, Jeanette Lewicki and Anthony Russell
Kids/Family program producing a comic, one-act musical based on the Yiddish folk song, How does the Tsar Drink Tea?
Freylekh Finale, Music, Dance & Pizza Party with Joel Rubin, Veretski Pass, Saul Goodman?s Klezmer Band, Ghost Note Ensemble, Festival Klezmer Band, and more!…
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