Tuesday, February 1, 2022

KlezmerQuerque 2022

Here We Go!20th Annual! YES! Congregation Nahalat Shalom will once again be celebrating its annual KlezmerQuerque festival of klezmer music and dance - this year, live on Zoom.

KlezmerQuerque 2022

20th KlezmerQuerque
Feb 18-20, 2022 - on Zoom!

As always, the festival will present a wide variety of events for all ages, including a Yiddish event for children and families, concerts, performances, storytelling, dance parties, Shabbat services, plus music, dance and storytelling workshops. 

Special guest artists from around the country
who will be featured at all events are: 

Cookie Segelstein (violin) & Joshua Horowitz (accordion)
of Veretski Pass klezmer band

Bruce Bierman (choreographer)
Yiddish and Yemenite dance master and teacher

Mark Rubin (Jew of Oklahoma)
Renowned musician/songwriter/historian

Christina Crowder (accordion)
Researcher at The Klezmer Institute

Esther Gottesman (Yiddish educator)
Granddaughter of the late great Beyle Gottesman z"l

Reb Cantor Lisa Levine
Sunday morning Yoga Shalom program

KlezmerQuerque will also feature the talents
of many local klezmer artists including: 

Margot Leverett (virtuoso klezmer clarinet)
with her trio Duke City Hora

Clara Byom (clarinet)
Musicologist at The Klezmer Institute

Cantor Beth Cohen (voice, strings, and band director)
The Rebbe’s Orkestra

Maggidah Batya Podos (storyteller)

and of course -

Nahalat Shalom Community Klezmer Band,
Rikud Yiddish Dancers, and Alavados Ensemble


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