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: Hebrew, Russian, Spanish, Yiddish, Djudeo-Espanyol, English
Performing Genres: Lullabies, Yiddish Lid, Cantorial, Jewish Rock, Klezmer, Israel Folk, Classical, Sephardic Music, Musical Theatre, Folk
Avraham Solomon performs as a one-man-band and orchestra. His website has many audio and video clips: www.livejewishmusic.com
Available Worldwide to perform at Concerts, Festivals, Private Events, Cafes and Bars.
Helena de Alfonso is the vocalist and musical director from Barahúnda band and from Helena de Alfonso Trio. Songs from the ladino tradition, from the diaspora in North Africa and in Eastern South Europe. Barahúnda is available for presentations everywhere in the world.
The Boston Kleztet is a 6 piece Yiddish & Klezmer music group performing in the Boston Area since 1993.
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.
Hazzan Howard K. Glantz is a native of Hartford, Connecticut, and a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He received an additional Bachelor’s degree from the H.L. Miller Cantorial School at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in Sacred Music, as well as Investiture as a Hazzan of the Conservative Movement. Howard is also a graduate [...]
Cantor Joel Fox is an internationally known performer and entertainer. His repertoire includes English, Hebrew, Sephardic & Yiddish songs in a variety of styles.
Cantor Joel Fox is available for all types of performances and celebrations – festivals, fundraisers, concerts, corporate events and parties.
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 [...]