Friday, 08. 03/ 9 p. m.
We are bringing the festival into town! Four small and cozy pubs welcome you for some grassroots Klezmer experiences. Admission is free – L’Chaim!
Babylon am Stadtpark, Nürnberger Strasse 3
Ukranian singer-songwriter Maria Raykhman is creating a timeless parallel universe made out of traditional influences and pop-music sounds mixed with cinematic elements. She is evoking dreams and memories of the past.
Maria Raykhman voice, autoharp
Moritz Ecker guitar
Daniel Weltlinger violin
Bistro-Galerie, Gustavstraße 14
Two of the most distinguished members of the German Klezmer scene are meeting up in this excellent duet. Playfully and spontaneous, with a variety of clarinet sounds, they open up a groovy, witty, profound and very Yiddish musical dialogue.
Kaffeebohne, Gustavstraße 40
If you like the score of Beyond Silence and Schindler’s List, you will love Mesinke’s repertoire! Deeply rooted in Jewish tradition, they present an original mix of Jazz, Folk and pop elements. They’ve been bringing joy to their audiences for over 30 years, and they are not getting tired.
Martin Glogger voice, bass
Jürgen Groß voice, guitar, accordeon
Thilo Jörgl voice, drums
Alexander Maier clarinet
Kulturort Badstraße acht, Badstraße 8
Folkadu’s repertoire covers well-known as well as long-forgotten compositions and poems in Hebrew, Yiddish and Ladino. The band is building a musical bridge from Orient to Occident.
Yael Gat voice, trumpet, schofar
Doron Furman oud
Simon Japha accordeon, percussion