Friday 4/24/2015 7pm
Detroit Film Theatre, Detroit Institute of Art
5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48202
Klezmer violinist Alicia Svigals performs her original score live to
1918 silent film, with special guest, Seattle Symphony clarinetist
The work, which was awarded the Foundation for Jewish Culture’s 2012
New Jewish Music Network commission, is currently touring the U.S.
and Canada. Next stop: a return engagement at the Detroit Institute
of Art. This performance, with Alicia on violin and pianist Marilyn
Lerner, will also be a reprise performance of a new version of the
score for clarinet, violin and piano, commissioned by Music of
Remembrance and featuring Seattle Symphony clarinetist Laura DeLuca.
Remarkably progressive for its time, The Yellow Ticket (1918) is the
first film to explore the discrimination of Jews in Tsarist Russia
and stars famed Polish actress Pola Negri, Hollywood?s first
European silent film star.…
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Anshe Emet’s annual Kaplan Concert will honor Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi and his 25 years of service to the synagogue. The concert will include performances from world famous Hazzanim who will be in Chicago for the annual Cantors Assembly.
Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi
One of my goals as incoming President of the Cantors Assembly is to find ways to meld the traditional modes and magnificent music of our past with more contemporary melodies and musical interpretations.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 13, 2015
Anshe Emet Synagogue announced that its 13th Annual Dr. Arnold Kaplan Concert will be a musical celebration that will include participation from Hazzanim (Cantors) from all over the U.S. in honor of Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi’s 25 years of service to the Congregation and his installation, that evening, as president of the Cantors Assembly, the largest body of Cantors in the world.…
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Mystical Music and Dance of the Middle East
Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 7:30 PM
Location: The Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center,
University of Northern Iowa campus, 8392 University Avenue, Ceder Falls, IA
Admission: Adults: $29, $23, $23, kids $1
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November 11 — Cincinnati, Ohio
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
3101 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati
The Amernet String Quartet will perform “Music of the Jewish Diaspora” including four of Joseph Achron’s string quartets: “Scher”, “Mi Chomocho”, “Lullaby”, and “Stimmung”. These works were never published until recently — the Amernet will use advance copies of the Achron Society’s forthcoming edition of Achron’s music. The program will also include works of Shostakovich, Zhitomirski, Weinberg, Grunfeld and Haas.
Members of the String Quartet include:
Misha Viteson, violin; Marcia Littley, violin; Michael Klotz, viola and Jason Calloway, cello.
“Tribute to Mickey Katz” concert by Yiddishe Cup
WHEN: 7 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 9
WHERE: Alma Theater in Cain Park, Cleveland Heights
TICKETS: 216-371-3000, www.cainpark.com or www.ticketmaster.com
Read about all about Mickey Katz in the Cleveland Jewish News:
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Goodman Auditorium • Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center 9603 Woods Drive • Skokie, Illinois
The Chicago YIVO Society presents the 2nd Annual Sarah Lazarus Memorial Concert featuring The Lori Cahan-Simon Ensemble in a program of, “Vessel of Song: The Music of Mikhl Gelbart ”
Lori Cahan-Simon, vocals; Steve Greenman, violin; Walt Mahovlich, accordion
Mikhl Gelbart set to music the works of over a hundred poets and dramatists, including Y.L. Peretz and Avrom Reyzen. His beloved songs have been taught not only in this country, but around the world, and have been recorded or sung by just about every singer of Yiddish song.
ADVANCE RESERVATIONS & PAYMENT REQUIRED!
General Admission $10 • Museum Members FREE but reservations required
Online (preferred) www.ilholocaustmuseum.org — click on “Museum Events” or phone 847.967.4889
Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis, One Night Only — Israel’s Foremost Singer and Broadway Star Dudu Fisher in a special celebration!
When: Monday, March 12, 2012 @ 7:30 p.m.
Where: Orchestra Hall, 1111 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN
To watch the short promotional video click: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPFJOk4tv1g
To order tickets call 612.371.5656 or visit http://www.ilansharon.com/fisher for more information.
For groups of 10 or more, use coupon code GROUP to receive 50% off
Wednesday, July 20 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Location Meridian Historic Village
5113 Marsh Rd, Okemos, MI 48864
More Info Bring chairs and water, bug repellent, etc.
Thursday, May 12 · 7:30pm – 10:30pm
Congregation Tifereth Israel
1354 E Broad St
Columbus, OH 43205
The “Di Tsvey in May Tour” continues with a fabulous concert at:
Congregation Tifereth Israel – Cultural Arts Concert
Steven Greenman and Pete Rushefsky will be joined with special guests:
Cantor Jack Chomsky – Tifereth Israel
Cantor Star Trompeter – Tifereth Israel
Gail Rose – Temple Beth Shalom
Phone: 614-253-8523, x. 115
Contact email: CantorJC@aol.com
Time Tuesday, February 8 · 7:30pm – 11:30pm
Location Acadia Cafe
329 Cedar Avenue South
More Info Music starts at 7:30pm with:
The May North
Seven of Each
Surly specials – Mild Firkin – $2.50 pints, pentagram, moe’s bender, aha rally beer.
Beer and beast dinner special feat. Chipotle chicken.
Come See Craig in Chicago!
Shabbat Live on Feb 6 @ 6:30pm
Annual North Shore Choral Festival on Feb 8 @ 10:30am
For more Info:
Phone: 847- 835-4800
Coming on June 30th, 2008
“Andy Statman is the real thing – a musician’s musician.” –The New Yorker
“It’s the music of Jewish mystics” – The New York Times
“A fascinating & moving mixture” – Jazz Times
WHAT: Andy Statman will be performing live at “The Song & The Spirit”
WHEN: Monday, June 30, 2008 7:30 PM
WHERE: North Shore Center for the Performing Arts,
9501 Skokie Blvd. Skokie, IL
TICKET PRICES (in advance) $25, $36, $60
Purchase tickets online at:
For more information call Megan Ensign at 773-262-2770
Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival 2008 presents
ISRAEL@60 May 21-June 1
TICKETS for all events $20 general admission, $15 seniors, $10 students
MORE INFORMATION at www.pjmf.net
TICKETS available at www.proartstickets.org
“ESTA in Concert“
Wednesday, May 21 7:30pm
Byham Theater, 101 6th St.
ESTA is a unique band from Israel with an innovative and original
sound. ESTA’s music combines the aromas of world music, the power of rock, and the spirit
of jazz into a powerful, energetic new force that crosses genres, styles and
borders. Proclaimed as “Israel’s most original instrumental band”, ESTA has
toured prestigious festivals and venues throughout Europe, Israel and the
U.S., including a special performance for President Clinton at a White House
reception in honor of Israel’s 50th Anniversary.…
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Judith Shatin‘s upcoming premiere of the orchestrated
version of Songs of War and Peace, will take place on
Sunday, May 4 at 3 p.m.
at St. Mary’s Cathedral
25 8th Ave. So,
St. Cloud, MN.
Songs of War and Peace is a setting of four powerful
Israeli poems on the topic, in outstanding translations by American
and Israeli poets. The new version was commissioned by the
Minnesota Center Chorale. The premiere performance will be conducted by J. Michele Edwards.
Another performance of the composer’s work, the Chai Variations on Eliahu HaNavi
with pianist Jose Lopez, will take place
on May 4, at 3:00 p.m.
2121 Park Ave.
Miami Beach, FL.
Indiana University, Bloomington
October 1, 2007, 7:30pm
1011 E. Third Street, Goodbody Hall 326, Bloomington, IN 47405
A special concert for the opening of the Sephardic Initiative at Indiana University,
For more information visit:
Yiddishe Cup concerts in Michigan and Ohio are:
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Sat. Feb. 3
316 S. Main St.
< 2 hour Yiddish dance workshop at the University of Chicago Folk Festival on Sunday 4 March
from 2 to 4 pm. Accompanying the class will be the wonderful Verestski
Pass (Cookie Segelstein, Josh Horowitz, and Stu Brotman) who will also
be appearing in concert Saturday and Sunday nights, and giving a free
klezmer music workshop earlier on Sunday.
Rabbi Joe Black with The Maxwell Street Klezmer Band in Two Hanukkah Concerts!
Wednesday, December 20 (sixth night of Hanukkah)
6:00 pm Family Concert
7:30 pm Community Concert
Temple Sholom of Chicago
3480 N. Lake Shore Drive
Doors and concessions open 1/2 hour before each concert
$12 advance/$15 at the door
Children age 3 and under free
Family maximum $50 advance/$55 at the door
Come early – stay late! One ticket price for one concert or both!
Be a Maccabee!
For $250, receive a reserved parking space in the Temple Sholom lot the
night of the concert, reserved concert seats for up to 6 people, a Rabbi Joe
Black CD, & a Maxwell Street Klezmer Band CD. Maccabee spaces are limited!
Reserve your tickets today!…
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Thursday, December 7, 7pm
Ruby Harris Klezmer band
At the Chicago Public Library
Budlong Woods, Lincoln at Bryn Mawr
The Ruby Harris Band
With Even Shesiyah
Sunday, Dec. 17, 7 pm
At the Schaumburg Lollapajewza
At the Prairie Center for the Performing arts
On Guitar,Violin, Mandolin, & Vocals
A two-day academic symposium called “‘I Will Sing and Make Music’: Jewish Music and Musicians Throughout the Ages” will be held October 29-30, 2006. It is The Nineteenth Annual Klutznick-Harris Symposium being held in Omaha Nebraska. This year’s theme on Jewish music has as keynote speaker Josh Jacobson of Northeastern University. http://puffin.creighton.edu/klutznick/
Kent State University
“Beethoven’s Quotation of Kol Nidrei? A Circumstantial Case for Sherlock Holmes”
Paul Eisenstein Baker
University of St. Thomas (Houston)
“Leo Zeitlin and the Early Twentieth Century Society for Jewish Folk Music”
Emily A. Bell
University of Florida
“Revitalizing the Synagogue Ritual: Cantor David Putterman’s Annual Service of New Music at New York’s Park Avenue Synagogue”
Dan W. Clanton, Jr.
University of Denver
“‘From Biblical Times to Lyrical Rhymes’: The Assertion of Jewish Identity in Music as Cultural Resistance”
Marsha Bryan Edelman
“What Do You Mean, ‘It Doesn’t Sound Jewish?’: Debunking Myths and Defining Models for Extra-Liturgical Music”
College of Jewish Studies Heidelberg
“To Play or Not to Play: Jewish Musicians in Germany After 1945”
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Yiddishe Cup, University Heights, OH, Today! Aug 17, 2006
Wiley Middle School
University Heights, Ohio
“The Jewish Year in Melody” is the theme for the 2006 Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival. There are several events happening at differnt venues and dates, including:
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
‘From Shabbat to the High Holy Days’
at the Pittsburgh Katz-JCC at 8:00 PM
Sunday, June 4, 2006
Tribute to Shlomo Carlebach
featuring Neshama Carlebach and her band
at Congregation Beth Shalom at 7:30 PM
Tuesday, June 6, 2006
Songs for the Seasons
at Rodeph Shalom Congregation at 8:00 PM
The Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival is unique in its devotion to Jewish-themed classical music by Jewish composers and influenced by Jewish musical traditions. More information about the festival is available at: http://www.pjmf.net/
Tickets can be ordered from ProArts Ticket Service
A real festival…the
2006 GREATER CHICAGO JEWISH FESTIVAL
WHEN: Sunday, June 11
WHERE: the Forest Preserve at Oakton (8000 N) and Lehigh
(6300 W) in Morton Grove
TIME: 11:00am 6:00 pm
PARKING: free parking next to the Festival grounds
RAIN LOCATION: Niles West High School, 5701 Oakton, Skokie
Indianapolis will host the Fifth Jewish Choral Festival at various venues throughout the city this February. Cantor Don Gurney of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles.will explore the theme “Music of Israel.” The complete schedule of events is posted on the festival website http://www.indychoralfest.org/index.html
On Tuesday December 6, 2005 at 7:30 PM, Chicago Festival of the Arts presents “The Ivory Consort: Music in the Land of Three Faiths”
at 1225 West Belmont in Chicago. Tickets: $40 if you mention the Jewish Music Web Center (save $10!).
Contact us at 773-548-8587 or ChicagoArts@earthlink.net
The Ivory Consort delights audiences with songs from the Golden Age
of Spain, when Jews, Muslims, and Christians forged a common musical
language. Featuring 10th through 13th century songs in Ladino,
Arabic, Hebrew, and Galician-Portuguese, the Consort provides an
historical context for the intermingling of cultures that took place
before the 1492 Expulsion.
Listen, learn, and see if you can resist dancing in the aisles!
The New York Times raves, “The Ivory Consort’s instruments roar,
howl, slide and buzz .…
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BORSCHT! Featuring MC SoCalled’s Hip Hop Klezmer, plus Yuri Lane
MC Socalled, aka Josh Dolgin, was an uber-nerd, Yiddophile and part time Klezmer accordionist who made curiously fresh beats in his basement apartment. Those beats became the basis of THE SO CALLED SEDER: A HIP HOP HAGGADAH, CD recorded, produced and mastered in NYC featuring cameos by Wu Tang Clan’s Killa Priest, Hasidic Reggae singer Matisyahu, Mr. Bungle’s Trevor Dunn, David Krakauer and Susan Hoffman Watts.
At Kfar Center
3921 N Janssen #2s
Chicago IL 60613
A Benefit Choral Concert
Sunday, March 6, 2005
8223 N. Port Washington Rd
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217
Donation: $10.00 General Admission
$8.00 Seniors and Students
Featuring: The Milwaukee Jewish Community Chorale
Directed by Enid Bootzin
Cantors, Cantorial Solosits and Children’s Choirs from area synagogues
Tickets available at The Door or
by contacting Donna Neubauer: 414-352-5961
The St. Louis Circle of Jewish Music and the University City Symphony
Orchestra will collaborate for the second year in a row in a sing-along
performance of George Friderick Handel’s “Judas Maccabeus” December 11th,
2004. The concert will take place at 7:30 pm at Shaare Zedek Synagogue,
829 N. Hanley Road in University City, a suburb of St. Louis. Other music
to be performed includes “Shirey Chanukah” by Abraham Cohen, and a
newly-commissioned piece in honor of the centennial of Shaare Zedek, being
written by film composer Sheldon Mirowitz. Audience members may purchase
the piano-vocal score at the door, which serves as a ticket in all
following years, and are encouraged to sing along with the choruses.
Saturday, November 13, 7:30 p.m.: Champaign, IL
Concert: Music (mostly…) of Gerald Cohen
As part of a weekend as composer/cantor-in-residence at Sinai Temple in Champaign, IL, will present a concert of solo, choral, and chamber music including Preludes and Debka for trombone and string quartet, and selections from V’higad’ta L’vincha, Maariv for Weekdays, and the opera Sarah and Hagar. Other performers include Dennis Helmrich, piano; Jerold Siena, tenor; Elliot Chasanov, trombone; Allison Fromm Entriken, conductor.
*Sinai Temple, 3104 West Windsor Road, Champaign, Illinois
Call (217) 352-8140 for information
D. Dan & Betty Kahn Building on the Eugene & Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus in West Bloomfield.
Tickets on sale May 10, 2004
Highlighting the musical heritage of the Jewish people through a variety of programs that educate and entertain our community, while encouraging affiliation with the Jewish Community Center.
For more information or to volunteer, contact Katie Marcus at
Starting in June, and going through August:
Sun., June 13, 45 min. between 11:30-1:30, TBA
Greater Chicago Jewish Folk Arts Festival
Saint Paul Woods, s. of Dempster at Lehigh, Morton Grove
Thurs., June 17, 6:00-6:45 PM, Children’s Concert
Chicago Children’s Museum, Navy Pier – 700 E. Grand Avenue
Friday, June 18, 1:00-1:45 PM, Children’s Concert, Chicago Children’s Museum
Navy Pier – 700 E. Grand Avenue
Thurs., June 24, 7:30 PM, Concert and Dinner Dance
Zhivago Restaurant, 9925 Gross Point Rd., Skokie, IL (847) 982-1400
$16 PP minimum order, no cover charge, reservations recommended
“SING A NEW SONG”
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29TH
3:00 in the afternoon
7630 N. SANTA MONICA BL.