France, Belgium, Switzerland

Alexis Kune et les Mentsch

(Klezmer, France) Alexis Kune is an accordionist, pianist, singer, composer, coach, arranger, DJ and radio host.
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Amsellem Swing Klezmer Orchestra

(Paris, Klezmer) Parisian band available for concerts and private celebration.
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Anakronic

(Electro-klezmer, France) This is the last branch of klezmer music, an eclectrochoc between David Krakrauer’s miraculous swing and Anakronic’s telluric (…)
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Animal K

(Fusion Jewish Music, France) Animal K is an unprecedented encounter between Marie-Suzanne de Loye’s baroque viola da gamba, Violaine Lochu’s protean voice and Serge Teyssot-Gay’s electric rock (…)
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AutorYno

(Jazz-Rock-Psyche-Yiddish, France) Parisian trio produced by John Zorn’s label Tzadik.
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Balkanes

(Song of the Balkans, Sephardic songs, Lyon) BALKANES was created in December 1996 through the encounter of four young women. From different backgrounds, they have come together to create (…)
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Betty Reicher

(Yiddish song, French song, Paris) Betty Reicher writes the music and the text of the French songs that she performs. In addition to her own songs, she performs songs from the Yiddish repertoire (…)
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Cantor Raphaël Cohen

(France, Hazanout) After more than twenty years of career, Raphael Cohen remains a real enthusiast of the ’hazanout, and has contributed thanks to his long experience, to the discovery and the (…)
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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 (…)
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Claire Zalamansky

(Sephardic songs, France) Claire Zalamansky performs music from a plural Spain, where, at one time, Christians, Jews and Muslims lived in good intelligence (…)
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Gefilte Swing

(Klezmer-swing, Paris) Le Gefilte Swing c’est du swing, du jazz, du klezmer et des chansons yiddish, savamment dosés en un enivrant cocktail.
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Glik

(Klezmer, France) The sound of the orchestra is reminiscent of pioneers recorded in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century. But since this music is a travel affair, the saxophone and an (…)
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Horse Raddish

(Paris, Electric Klezmer) Horse Raddish moves the roots of Klezmer music, taking care to stray along side roads where crunchy rock ’n’ roll meets avant-garde and yet playful jazz (…)
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Isabelle Durin

(Classical Music, France) Since the release of her CD "Romantisme Hébraïque" with Michaël Ertzscheid at the piano, she has performed in France, including the Museum of Art and History of Judaism, (…)
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Kabaretalè

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

(Sephardic chants, Switzerland) "The Judeo-Spanish songs have held a prominent place from the first moments of my life."
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La Roza enflorese

(Judeo-Spanish, Belgium) Since 2000, La Roza Enflorese has been playing the Sephardic monodic repertoire.
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Le Petit Mish-Mash

(Klezmer, Romanian music, Paris) Trio of traditional Klezmer, Gypsy and Romanian music.
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Les Bubbey Mayse

(Yiddish, klezmer, France) Bubbey Mayse is the power of four women who express themselves. It is a committed music, an assumed writing, led by the strength of the (…)
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Les Marx Sisters

(Yiddish Song, France) An accordion, a guitar, a double bass, a clarinet and a magnificent voice make the melodies of the Yiddish, Klezmer and Hebrew repertoire (…)
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Les Oreilles d’Aman

(Klezmer, Marseille, France) From the solo to the sextet, Les Oreilles d’Aman is a group of variable geometry that boldly transforms the codes of klezmer (…)
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Liat Cohen

(Classical music, Sephardic music, France) A pioneer of the revival of classical guitar and contemporary creation, Liat Cohen gives his first recitals at the age of 14. Nicknamed "Princess of the (…)
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Marc Amouyal

(Judeo-Spanish, France) For Marc Amouyal, the Mediterranean music is that of his childhood. In the tradition of the troubadours, he performs romansas and (…)
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Marlène Samoun

(Sephardic songs, Hebrew, Paris) Marlène Samoun is a French singer specializing in traditional music of the Mediterranean, especially Judeo-Spanish music.
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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 (…)
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