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Jazz’N’Klezmer

(Paris, France) The festival of Jewish music and fusion, in Paris, organized by the Rachi Art and Culture Culture.

Under the impulse of the Rachi Art and Culture Center in Paris, the Jazz’N’Klezmer festival aims to promote the renewal of Klezmer music and more widely, the Jazz productions, and World music

With the emergence of world wide musical productions, the time is for sharing, discovering and blending cultures.
This is the bias of JNK festival which, now for over 16 years, promotes Jewish music under all its shapes, even the most daring or contemporary. An invitation to travel that gathered the big names of Klezmer music and Jazz, such as Frank London, David Krakauer, SoCalled, Yom, Amsterdam Klezmer Band, Yaron Herman, Balkan Beat Box, Daniel Zamir, Guillaume Perret, Vincent Segal... As well as a musical springboard for young talents such as Amihai, A-WA, Omri mor, Blik and many other artists who found their first audience with this festival.

Laurence Haziza, Director of Jazz’N’klezmer

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