Kalarash ALBUM RELEASE Concert


The Kalarash band has been exploring the Eastern European and Balkan traditional music for 12 years. Composed of 5 musicians, Kalarash performs regularly in France and abroad.

The name of the group refers to a well-known klezmer tune, but also to a small town in Moldova (Călărași meaning “The Horsemen”), whose streets resound with tunes inspired by Romanian, Gypsy and klezmer folklore. With this claim, Kalarash draws inspiration from these small string orchestras, the taraf for Romanian lautar music or the kapelye for klezmer music, and performs dance tunes, sometimes ceremonial, sometimes lively, traditional Yiddish and cabaret songs, Romanian ballads and other surprises.

On the program: klezmer music, Yiddish and French songs! So let’s dance!

Sunday, March 26, 2023, 5:30 pm

Espace Rachi  – Guy de Rothschild

39, rue Broca – 75005 Paris


Agathe Llorca, voice, violin
David Lefebvre, voice, cymbalum
Christophe Gauvert, double bass
Vincent Périer, clarinet
Vincent Bader, accordion

More about the Kalarash Album

Online booking


1st Category: 26,00 €
2nd Category: 21,00 €
3rd Category: 16,00 €
Disabled category: 16,00 €
Live streaming: 8,00 €

Reduced rate (PROMO CODE on request at contact@iemj.org): IEMJ members/partners








Institut Européen des Musiques Juives 

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