Performing Languages: Yiddish
Performing Genres: Klezmer
The San Diego Jewish Men’s Choir performs uplifting Jewish music in many styles and languages including English, Hebrew, Ladino, Yiddish, and Russian
Pioneering klezmer flutist, Adrianne performs on vintage period flutes. Also leads dancing and performs on keyboard and accordion. She is available for presentations at Concerts, Festivals, Private and Public Events, Cafes and Bars in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, but will definitely travel.
The Afro-Semitic Experience is a band of African-American and Jewish-American musicians who are dedicated to preserving, promoting and expanding the rich cultural and musical heritage of the Jewish and African Diasporas. They present interpretations of music from the rich traditions of our two cultures: Gospel, Klezmer, Nigunim, Spirituals, Bebop and Swing. In performance they also frame the music, telling [...]
Anne Kalmering, singer and actress from a Russian-Jewish family, performs Jewish songs from Ashkenazi and Sephardic traditions as well as a modern repertoire. Her fascinating voice, charismatic and personal interpretation and strong stage presence has made her one of the most popular performers of Jewish singing in Scandinavia.
The Boston Kleztet is a 6 piece Yiddish & Klezmer music group performing in the Boston Area since 1993.
Traditional Klezmer music from the 19th Century of original instruments.
Budowitz offers a series of workshops and lectures on the music of the Klezmorim. The workshops are structured according to the number of days allotted and the level of the participants (from beginning to advanced), and emphasize total active participation. All participants receive a detailed 40-page syllabus containing historical, [...]
Klezmer and Yiddish Music for All Occasions. Traditional Yiddish Dance Music and Songs. 50’s and 60’s Rock and Roll, Swing, Acoustic, Music. Many people have danced to their music at weddings and bar/bas mitzvahs, where the band can also play music from the 20s through the 60s.
Eisner’s Klezmorim plays traditional klezmer music that really rocks.
Led by Judith Eisner on violin, the band has a big Old World sound of accordion, clarinet, fiddle and double bass. Added to this mix is the distinctly Eastern European sound of the Tsimbl, or Cymbolim, a Hungarian hammered dulcimer. Often a Ukrainian / Greek mandolin joins in, and the [...]