en concert à la Fondation de l’Hermitage
2 route du Signal, Lausanne
le 27 septembre 2003 à 20h et à 22h
pour la “Nuite des Musées”
dans le cadre de l’Exposition “Frantisek Kupka”

Anne-Claire Monnier – chant
Bianca Mihaies-Favez – violon
Michel Borzykowski – saxophones
Christine Niggeler – accordéon
Mirella Vedeva – contrebasse

A bientôt!
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Jewish Entertainment Resources Directory, JERD, Events Calendar

Artists listed alphabetically and cross referenced by category and a concert calendar by geographic area. Judy Caplan Ginsburgh does this for a hobby. She has over 100 various artists listings, which will get you started. She includes musicians, actors, dancers, storytellers and comedians among other performing arts entertainers. Performers are encouraged to submit listings to the site.

Klezska- New York

Klezska will be playing two shows on Sat. the 13th @ 8 & 10PM with a $10 cover at a new club that opens up this week. Satalla (which is owned by an Israeli) features music from all over the world. They serve food as well and there is plenty of free parking on the street in the evenings. You can hear some of their music at
Satalla is located on 26th Street between 6th Ave. & Broadway.

New York

Binyumen (“Ben”) Schaechter will be performing this weekend at Carnegie Hall ! The show is called The Best of Anna Deavere Smith and is part of the opening weekend of festivities and performances to usher in the brand new 650-seat “jewel” Zankel Hall. Ben has been asked to be onstage to provide simultaneous Yiddish translation for two of her monologues, alternating lines and passages with Anna.

When: Saturday evening, September 13, 2003, 7:00 PM
Where: Zankel Hall, Seventh Avenue, between 56 and 57 Sts, NYC

New York

The monthly Kavehoyz, sponsored by the Congress for Jewish Culture begins its second season with a performance by Chaim Freiburg, who sings the repertoire of the great Yiddish singer, Sidor Belarsky.
Admission $5 includes coffee and pastries. What a deal!
Thursday, September 18th, 700 PM. 2003
Congress for Jewish Culture, 25 E. 21st. NYC between Park and Broadway.
info: 212-505-8040

The Alexandria Kleztet – Pikesville, MD

On Saturday, September 13, will be playing as part of the inaugural “Arts in the Park” festival in the Sudbrook Park neighborhood of Pikesville, MD. The festival, which will feature live music, arts, and crafts, will take place at the Sudbrook Stream Valley Park. It’s free. Concert goers are encouraged to bring some chairs or blankets and make a day of it. The group will be playing from 3 until 4 pm. The Kelly Bell Band will be headlining at 5 pm. For more information, visit


585 Cranbrooke Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6A 2X9 Telephone: (416) 789-5502 Fax: (416) 789-5981 E-mail: KLEZ-MORE!!
A Celebration of the Morris Winchevsky School’s 75TH Anniversary

The Morris Winchevsky School celebrates its 75th anniversary with a reunion concert – KLEZ-MORE!! The public and alumni are invited to join the celebration on Sunday, September 21, 7:30 p.m. at the Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles St. W., Toronto.

The evening features some of Toronto’s leading Jewish musicians. The KLEZMER SWINGTET – led by Jonno Lightstone, with Tony Quarrington and Jordan Klapman – swings Yiddish favourites. DAVE WALL AND MARILYN LERNER will include their fresh and stunning original settings of Yiddish poetry to music that blends classical, jazz and Jewish traditions, from their well-received new album, Still Soft-Voiced Heart.…