Experience The Klezical Tradition!
October 13, 2013 City Winery Klezmer Brunch! The Klezical Tradition trio of instrumentalists Walter Zev Mamlok, clarinet, Rayhan Pasternak, violin and myself on flute, tsimbl and piano, will entertain diners with our favorites and will try out some new tunes as well. This place is THE BEST venue for enjoying great music, friendly chatter, dining on great brunch fair, and doing it all at once! Click HERE for directions!
*May 15, 2011 Klezmer Brunch! Come to the City Winery for their Klezmer Brunch and listen to the great sounds of vintage flutes, with tsimblist Pete Rushefsky and vocalist Madeline Soloman and clarinetist, Walter Mamlok. Songs, new and old, and I can't imagine we won't dance a bisl as well. GREAT food and ambiance.
*April 9, 2011 Williams College celebrates 20 years of Hillel and their space. Come and dance with us!
* December 20, 2011 Erie PA Khanike concert featuring Walter Mamlok with me in a duo concert of mostly clarinet repertoire but we're getting in a fair amount of flute rep as well, including many of my original tunes. We'll both accompany eachother on piano and I'll lead some dancing as well! Come celebrate the first night of Chanuka with us at Temple Anshe Hesed Yes! It's a Tuesday night, beginning at 7:00pm! For a little more info, including contact info on their end, go to their calendar insert or make reservations by contacting the info on that calendar page.
* November 5, 2011 Special concert: "TRADITION!" featuring incredible flutist Chris Norman (flutes, pipes, vocals), insane-sensitive-monster fiddler David Greenberg, and me (on flute, accordion and harmonium) at Congregation B'nai Israel in Bridgeport/Fairfield CT. You canNOT miss this!! Irish, Klezmer, Scottish, Baroque, Cape Breton music ALL come together for one fabulous concert!!! 7:30 pm. For tickets, email me or call my cell and I'll put you on The List for $18 each, to be received at the door! (On the day, at the door, no List, $23).
* November 18, 2010 at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, CT "Third Thursday" interractive cultural exploration with the HCC theater department. 7:00 performance with Walter Mamlok, clarinet, Adrianne Greenbaum flute, piano, accordion, dance, and Rayhan Pasternak, violin. Free.
And yes, to answer THE BIG QUESTION: We do simchas! We play parties! We love to be where you are, celebrating with you! The Klezical Tradition Klezmer Band is available for weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, and celebrations of any kind in various configurations, from strolling musicians for your cocktail hour to a full 7-piece ensemble for that memorable reception. Klezmer is our specialty, with classical and swing standards also available.
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May 23, 2010 Please join a few of us who will perform with Orchestra New England at Mishkan Israel in Hamden, CT (scroll down to see the date and then click on the poster/announcement). Program will be a fantastic mix of classical and klezmer WITH ORCHESTRA!
March 21, 2010 Northeastern College "We Survived" event. Please join us for music that celebrates the survival of our people and music. Entire college event devoted to cultures surviving war and discontent amongst peoples of all nations. Mid-afternoon. We begin playing at 4:00 and it will all take place in the Curry Student Center, 328 Curry Center Road, Boston, MA. 02115. Directions from your own address to the venue can be found here
January 19, 2009 Inaugural Event!! A weekend-long celebration hosted by Jews4Obama! Jake I will be joined by Jake Shulman-Ment, fiddle, Joel Rubin, clarinet, Rebecca Povodator, piccolo, Reut Regev on trombone, and Rachel Vigour on bass. We will celebrate with Jewish Grassroots Action Network Jewish Grassroots Action Network (JGAN) at Tifereth Israel synagogue in Washington DC. Many events are open to the public!! You can see the entire weekend's line-up of activities here!! And we'll proudly blast my newly composed "Yidishe Marsh far der Inoyguratsie" loud and clear! (Listen to a clip of it on my "Listen" page!)
September 16, 2006 Big Bash at WestConn in Danbury! Full length family concert in White Hall. Sponsored by Folk Life Project.
March 22, 2009 Honoring women in Yiddish and Klezmer through history, song, and dance! Student participation featured. Norwich Arts Council's Donald Oat Theater at 2:00pm. (Their website is currently under construction...) Sunday Heritage Afternoons, sponsored by the Norwich Cultural Arts and History Project. Christina Crowder accordion, Fraidy Katz, vocals, Adrianne Greenbaum, flute and dance-leading, Rayhan Pasternak, violin
March 19, 2009 Harmony: Songs & Stories series at Prosser Library, Bloomfield, CT. 7:00 pm. Free and open to the public! We'll be narrating a program of famous klezmer clarinetists through history, with fascinating tales of woe and plenty of humor! This concert features our own phenom clarinetist, Walter Mamlok, who will be joined by founder and leader, Adrianne Greenbaum on accordion and keyboard. Great program for the entire family!! Call 860-243-9721 for more information.
April 16, 2006 TKT trio of Walter Mamlok, clarinet, Adrianne Greenbaum, flute, accordion, and keyboard, and Roy Wiseman, bass. This trio will have you jumping! Fairfield Theatre Company 70 Sanford St., Fairfield, CT 06824 email@example.com or by visiting their website: Fairfield Theater Box Office: 203/259-1036 Concert begins at 7:00. As it says on their website: A concert on Easter? "Trust us, go with us on this one!" Ticket price: $17 FTC members $12;. Seniors $14; Students are $12 CD's will be available as well!
April 29, 2006 at Williams College in Williamstown, MA for their Jewish Religious Center 15th anniversary celebration! To find out more, click here! The festivities begin at 9:30pm
May 15, 2005. Temple Beth Am in Framingham, MA. Full length, concert featuring Fraidy Katz, vocalist, Walter Mamlok, clarinetist, Cookie Segelstein, fiddle, Adrianne Greenbaum, wood flutes, accordion, tsimbl and keyboard and guest bassist. Yiddish songs and klezmer dance tunes for the entire family. More information to follow.