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Bellows & Squawk

Bellows & Squawk give us their unique interpretations of neglected gems from the American Song Book and Yiddish theatre and film. Their artistic influences include Mickey Katz, Spike Jones, Slim Gaillard, Ethel Merman, Sophie Tucker, Molly Picon, George Burns, and Gracie Allen. Bellows & Squawk's performances have been well received at senior… LEARN MORE

Brivele

Brivele is a Seattle-based anti-fascist klezmer folk-punk trio, who braid together oral history, Yiddish language, contemporary and old-country musical genres, American vaudeville, and visual arts. Brivele — Yiddish for "a little letter" — sing songs that have become letters to us; ancestors' voices that speak clearly and uncompromisingly,… LEARN MORE

Kesselgarden

Carl Shutoff and Laurie Andres have been playing Klezmer music in the Puget Sound area for 17 years. They are a clarinet accordion duo. They are especially fond of the Klezmer repertoire from Ukraine, Moldova and Romania from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They are a traditional band and we have been reviewed as playing with "feeling and… LEARN MORE

Klezmer Music & Yiddish Song 101 & Remembrance Gathering with Harvey Niebulski & Marianne Tatom ^

Join us as we gather as friends and family to remember those who are no longer with us. In their memory, we will sing songs, play music, and share stories. Marianne Tatom, clarinetist and Yiddish teacher, and Harvey Niebulski, accordionist, play klezmer and Eastern European music and sing in Yiddish (a living Jewish language written… LEARN MORE

Orkestyr Farfeleh

Marianne Tatom, clarinetist and Yiddish teacher, and Harvey Niebulski, accordionist, play klezmer and Eastern European music and sing in Yiddish (a living Jewish language written in Hebrew characters originating in Eastern Europe). Together we’ve played numerous concerts, festivals, sing-alongs and participatory Israeli dances. We've also… LEARN MORE

Shpilkis

Shpilkis is Seattle’s slammin’ klezmer brass band bringing you old-school Yiddish grooves with tuchus-shaking energy. Learn more on their website. Donate directly to the artists on Venmo @Stefanie-Brendler LEARN MORE