Join us on December 10th for a Sing-a-Long and Latkas.
Celebrate with DWYT and KlezKanada at 7:30 pm at the Segal Centre in Montreal.
August 24, 2014 7:30PM
Der Groyser Kontsert Internationale
Der Groyser Kontsert Internationale is the not-to-be missed klezmer event of the year. Featuring 17 of the world’s leading Jewish music instrumentalists and Yiddish song interpreters, from Hungary, the US, France, Israel, the UK,the Netherlands, Russia and Canada, this is authentic Eastern-European soul music straight out of old Bukhovina. With the scintillating vocals of Shura Lipovsky (NL), the quirky multi-national quartet the Brothers Nazaroff (DE/US/RU/HU), the ever charming local-boy-hero Josh Dolgin (CA) and the Klezmatics’ Lorin Sklamberg (US), this thrilling lineup of art song singers, clarinet virtuosi, Yiddish troubadours and brass-band mavens is sure to have you scissor-kicking in the aisles and all in benefit of the KlezKanada Scholarship Program.
Our 2014 brochure is now online with our highlights, full program, and daily schedule. Download the pdf by clicking on the cover image.
You can also browse our entire list of classes, workshops, and performance opportunities on offer this summer right here online! Please click on the course title for the full description.
This summer’s program is filled with amazing opportunities to learn, play, sing, dance, act, speak and hear Yiddish, collaborate, create art, and be a part of our vibrant cultural community. We are currently updating this very website with a list of classes, workshops, and performance opportunities on offer this summer. This growing course list can be found here – please click on the course title for the full description. Keep checking back as we are adding new content every day!
KlezKanada’s Filmmaking Workshop with Tamás Wormser
Applications are now being accepted for KlezKanada’s unique one week Filmmaking Workshop with Tamás Wormser this summer. A limited number of scholarships are available – apply here.
During the Film Workshop, Tamás Wormser will guide participants through all the steps for completing a film. Students will gain first-hand experience, from conceiving the idea to premiering the film at the week’s end. Whether it’s fiction, documentary, experimental or dance-film, Tamás will mentor you through the process. You may work on your own project, or participate in a collective film, casting from the leading lights of the Jewish culture scene.