Klezmer, Yiddish

Cracow Klezmer Band / Bester Quartet

(Cracow) Bester Quartet is a Polish band from Cracow, created in 1997 under the name Cracow Klezmer Band …

Adama

(France) Brothers, Ilan, Momo and Daniel Zaoui, who have always been united by the same passion: to stage and share, in a generous spirit of openness, research and creativity, the most beautiful pages sung and danced in the history of the Jewish people …

Mélanie Gardyn

(France, classical music, Yiddish song) Mélanie Gardyn sings in musical ensembles such as the Concert Spirituel or the choir of Radio France. In May 2017 she won in Amsterdam with Natacha Medvedeva the 1st international prize of Jewish music …

Rémy Yulzari

Bassist and composer Rémy Yulzari reinvents the role of double bass solo and in collaboration in a wide range of musical styles from a very wide geographical and historical spectrum …

Kabaretalè

(Klezmer, Yiddish, France) KABARETALE is above all a show with SONGS. … but not only ! There is also dance, stories, instruments, a puppet …

Mosaik Klezmer

(Klezmer, judeo-spanish, judeo-arabic, Paris) Formed in 2011, this group draws its inspiration from klezmer music, an Ashkenazi Jewish musical tradition, which mixes influences such as Judeo-Spanish and Judeo-Arabic music …

YAMMA ensemble

(Eclectic Jewish Music, Tel-Aviv) Beyond the usual repertoires of Jewish music (Sefarade, Klezmer, Yemenite, etc ...) Yamma Ensemble puts in the foreground an original music that draws on the materials of ancient traditions . …

Raisins et Amandes

(Yiddish, Judeo-Spanish, Toulouse) The Raisins et Amandes Ensemble performs melodies from the Jewish diaspora in Ladino and Yiddish, transmitted during various migrations from Spain and Central Europe …

Le Petit Mish-Mash

(Klezmer, Romanian music, Paris) Trio of traditional Klezmer, Gypsy and Romanian music …

Cigarillos en el Shtruddle

(Klezmer-Salsa, France) Cigarillos en el Shtruddle is the first French band to experience the explosive mix of Latin and Klezmer music, inspired by what was performed in the USA in the 1950s and 1960s …

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