Electric Yiddish : from jazz rock to punk

A radio program of the European Institute for Jewish Music hosted by Hervé Roten

MUSIQUES JUIVES D’HIER ET D’AUJOURD’HUI – TUESDAY 18 DECEMBER 2018, JUDAÏQUES FM (94.8), 21H00

Hervé Roten welcomes the two main representatives of electric Yiddish music and klezmer in France : Michel Schick from the band Horse Raddish, and Jean-Gabriel Davis from the band Klunk.

For the occasion of the release of his CD Haskalah, Michel Schick will present his vision of Yiddish songs and klezmer music, revisited with jazz and rock.

Jean-Gabriel Davis will talk about today’s Jewish electric music scene, from Paris to New-York, passing by Berlin.

A surprisingly electrifying radio program…

Le yiddish électrique - du jazz rock au punk

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