The San Diego Jewish Men’s Choir performs uplifting Jewish music in many styles and languages including English, Hebrew, Ladino, Yiddish, and Russian
Performing Languages: Yiddish, Djudeo-Espanyol, English, Hebrew, Russian, Spanish
Performing Genres: Cantorial, Klezmer, Sephardic Music, Israel Folk, Jewish Rock, Classical, Musical Theatre, Folk, Lullabies, Yiddish Lid
Cantor Dr. Ramón Tasat has toured Europe with world-renowned Dr. Robert Shaw and has participated in international festivals on both sides of the Atlantic.
In addition to television and radio appearances, Dr. Tasat has been the recipient of numerous awards including First Place at the Montpelier Cultural Arts Center=s Recital Competition and a National Endowment of the Arts’ [...]
The Orange County Klezmers, founded in 1998 by Barry Friedland, play music that will please the most discriminating Music Lover. The Orange County Klezmers are available for any event that requires fine Klezmer Music. They are available for weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, concerts, festivals, and private parties. Besides Klezmer, The Orange County Klezmers can be your complete music source [...]
6 piece band features Klezmer, Israeli and Yiddish and Sephardic music. Available for simchas, concerts, etc. Also various combos including Acapella, Jazz & Classical.
Traditional klezmer band that features clarinet, violin, vocal, flute, bass, drums, cimbalom, accordion/keyboard. Traditional and intellectual approach to the instrumental and vocal repertoire but extremely entertaining as well. Concerts, workshops, or private lessons. The band performs in Yiddish, Hebrew, English and Russian.
The “Khaverim” was formed in 1997. From 1991 these artists took part at all Yiddish festivals. Trio “Khaverim”is well known not only in Simferopol.They have been participants of the KLEZEST 2001 in Evpatoria (Ukraine) and London (U.K.). The meeting with Khaverim group is a real holiday for all Jewish people in the Ukraine. Our artists are sophisticated professionals; they [...]
- Abe Golstien – accordion
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