Klezmer Attitude: the movie "Train of Life"

A radio broadcast hosted by Edmond Ghrenassia

KLEZMER ATTITUDE - 18th June 2007 - RADIO JUDAICA LYON (RJL) (94.5)

This week Edmond Ghrenassia talks about the movie Train of Life de Radu Mihaileanu, released in theaters in 1998. The music of the movie was written by Goran Bregovic, who wrote the music for many Emir Kusturica’s movies.
Gypsy and klezmer music will thus travel together all along this program.


Formed to be engeneer, and teacher in University, Edmond Ghrenassia hosts since 2005 the show Klezmer Attitude on Radio Judaïca Lyon, program created to favor the diffusion of Jewish music. In 2009, he creates the International Festival of Jewish Music of Lyon which takes place in the Espace Hillel, where he programmed over 50 concerts. Amateur musician, he plays in several klezmer bands since 2003 and recorded several CD’s..

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