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.

The traditional repertoire of the group evokes a return to the sources where can merge the sensitivity of each musician.

The musicians from eclectic worlds travel their audience from one country to another according to carefully selected pieces that trace the history and culture of nomadic peoples.

Yaël Morciano: Vocals / Clarinet
Charles Rappoport: Violin
Sylvain Plommet: Double Bass
Adrian Iordan: Accordion
Nicolas Derolin: Percussion

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