Kabaretalè

KABARETALE is a YIDDISH show … but not only! There are also songs translated or written in French, others in Romanian, Hebrew, Arabic …

KABARETALE, it seems, is a FUNNY show… … but not only! There are also sad, serious, profound and even mystical moments!

KABARETALE is first and foremost a ONE-MENTCH-SHOW by Amit Weisberger … but not only! Because there are also great musicians who accompany him: Corinne on piano and accordion,
Marine clarinet and flute … and those who are on his way to embark on this journey musical and poetic.

Amit Weisberger was born in Jerusalem far away in another century … He is a versatile artist: he plays the violin, he sings, he dances, he runs workshops all around the world, he writes and he speaks (almost a quarter of twenty languages). He can also prepare a very good hummus. Since the beginning of the present century, he lives in France, country of fraternity, freedom and bureaucracy. Weisberger quickly became one of the major artists of the French Klezmer scene. He performs in several bands including: Begalge Orkestra, Yiddishé Fantazyé, Tish, Tarafikants …

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