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Moshe Vilozny

The singer/songwriter was born in Portland and raised in Santa Cruz, spending summers in Israel and winters throughout Latin America. His originial songs are sung in English, Spanish and Hebrew. Click for trailer.


Elliah Heifetz

A first-generation American folk singer with a story to tell. Born to Soviet refugees living on food stamps, Heifetz learned to channel his experiences through poetry and music. Click for video.


Jackie Hoffman: Themeless

Best known for making a scene after losing the Emmy (click for video), Jackie Hoffman continues her public downward spiral with her unique combination of original music and monologues.




Orly Bendavid & the Mona Dahls

The songwriter/performing artist and her band knit the lyricism of the violin into the conversation, evoking the sounds of Parisian cabaret, the Appalachian hill country and the Middle East. Click for video.



"New York City's best kept secret." — Blurt Magazine. Brooklyn-based Israeli musicians Alon Albagli on guitar and Daniel Dor on drums & synth. Click for video.


Omer Leibovitz

Liebovitz (of Courtesy Tier) is a songwriter, producer and recording engineer who has worked with Patti Smith, Yoko Ono, The Black Keys, The Strokes, Father John Misty, 50 cent, Steely Dan and Yo La Tengo.


Andy Statman Trio

One of the world's most gifted mandolin virtuosos as well as a leading klezmer clarinetist is joined by Jim Whitney on bass and Larry Eagle on drums. Click for the video "Surfing Slivovitz."


Eyal Vilner's Big Band

Music derived from the tradition of jazz, swing and the blues, and strives to bring its own unique voice to this beautiful art form. Listen for "the occasional bristling Middle Eastern theme" (New York Music Daily).


Uri Caine

(Tonight at 7:30 and 9:00pm) — If he only borrows from music he has already recorded, the acclaimed pianist may channel anything from klezmer to Zorn, to Monk, to Beethoven to one of his own compositions.


Accordions Around The World

Come as you are, grab a free picnic blanket, purchase food and drinks (optional) and enjoy T-Klez's klezmer and Eastern European Jewish music + more, from Cajun to Argentine tango to traditional Irish music.




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