An all-star evening of Yiddish song and music as part of THE DORA WASSERMAN YIDDISH THEATRE’S The New Jewish Scene
March 26, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Segal Centre
Tickets: ($28 – $20)
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or by phone at (514) 739-7944
Join this wonderful group of musicians, all former KlezKanada scholarship recipients, including So-Called (Josh Dolgin/ voice, accordion), Sarah Gordon (voice), Michael Winograd (clarinet), Rachel Lemisch (trombone) and Joel Kerr (bass) as they interpret the music of Dave Tarras, Mickey Katz, Aaron Lebedeff, Moishe Oysher, and many more. The evening will commence with the music of Ihtimanska featuring enchanting melodies of the Balkans with Yoni Kaston (accordion) and Ariane Morin (Saxophone).
Other events of The New Jewish Scene
March 22nd – When Blood Runs Red (staged reading) and
March 23 – 25th Landmark Films on Jewish Themes
KLEZKANADA WISHES TO THANK THE JEWISH COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF MONTREAL AND GEN J FOR MAKING THIS CONCERT POSSIBLE.
The Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre is the resident theatre company of the Segal Centre and continues to celebrate and preserve Yiddish language and Jewish culture through main stage productions, its Young Actors for Young Audiences (YAYA) programmes and a year-long series of staged readings, films, and concerts that are sure to please all lovers of the performing arts. For more information about the 2013-2014 Season, please visit the Segal Centre website.
THE DORA WASSERMAN YIDDISH THEATRE’S I ♥ YIDDISH SERIES IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO THE OUTSTANDING GENEROSITY OF THE ALVIN SEGAL FAMILY FOUNDATION AND THE DEDICATION OF THE SEGAL CENTRE FOR PERFORMING ARTS.
The Segal Centre for the Performing Arts is a meeting place for all of the performing arts, showcasing the best professional artists from here and abroad and playing a leading role in the artistic development of Montreal’s youth and the creation of its cultural legacy. Through theatre, music, dance, cinema and the Academy, the Segal Centre is setting a broad vision by recognizing the importance of building bridges through the arts and supporting multicultural projects in Montreal. The Centre’s commitment is to ensure that creativity resonates within our community and that it remains accessible and inspiring each and every day, leading the performing arts world of tomorrow. www.segalcentre.org