Performing Languages: Yiddish
Performing Genres: Klezmer
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, [...]
Deeply involved in saving Jewish Music. Aknowledge as an excellent ambassador for the Jewish Music in Mexico. Warm, sensible, gracious and humble performer on stage. Mrs. Edelson is available for presentations everywhere in the world.
Jill Rogoff covers 1,000 years of music: medieval, Renaissance, plus traditional music from Jewish communities around the world; British Isles/Celtic language music; plus traditional and contemporary songs from many other cultures.
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.
Deborah Strauss and Jeff Warschauer are two of the most astonishing and popular performers and teachers in the international klezmer and Yiddish music scene. They were both long-time members of the Klezmer Conservatory Band, and have performed with violinist Itzhak Perlman on film and in concert. As the Strauss/Warschauer Duo, they have performed to overwhelming acclaim in [...]