Washington Jewish Music Festival
4 days ago
"One of the nation’s most innovative music groups” –Philip Kennicott, The Washington Post.Catch PostClassical Ensemble's Music Under Stalin: Weinberg, Shostakovich, and "Jewishness" at the Edlavitch DCJCC on March 7 ... See MoreSee Less
Shostakovich, Weinberg and "Jewishness"
Produced by PostClassical Ensemble.
With Netanel Draiblate (violin), Benjamin Capps (cello), Alexander Shtarkman (piano). Commentary by renowned Jewish-music scholar James Loeffler.
6 days ago
Watch Seth Kibel perform Willard's Freylekh! Hear it live at our March 5th Klezmer Brunch ... See MoreSee Less
Seth Kibel -- 2017 Tiny Desk Contest submission
Seth Kibel -- tenor saxophone, flute, clarinet, loop pedal Cameo appearances by Yoda clock and Sam the Bunny.
2 weeks ago
Dive deeper into the Shostakovich-Weinberg connection this March 7 feat. the PostClassical Ensemble ... See MoreSee Less
Classical Lost and Found: String Quartets In The Shadow Of Shostakovich
Mieczyslaw Weinberg's quartets have much in common with Shostakovich's, but they’re not just retreads. They may speak the same language, but it’s with an entirely different and compelling accent.
Up Next: catch the PostClassical Ensemble's musical exploration of Weinberg and Shostakovich on March 7 at the Edlavitch DCJCC. ... See MoreSee Less
Produced by PostClassical Ensemble (“One of the nation’s most innovative music groups” – Philip Kennicott, The Washington Post).
Your favorite brunch paired with Klezmer returns this March 7 feat. Seth Kibel Music. Get a taste of Klezmer Brunch at the Edlavitch DCJCC ... See MoreSee Less
Klezmer Brunch || March 5
Seth Kibel and his bands have been combining traditional Eastern European/Jewish music with diverse influences for more than a decade. New arrangements of traditional melodies and original songs by me...
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THE HOWARD AND GERALDINE POLINGER FAMILY FOUNDATION IS THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE WASHINGTON JEWISH MUSIC FESTIVAL
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