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Chazan Adrian AlexanderOfficiates on a freelance basis in many Synagogues around the United Kingdom. He is renowned for his sweet yet powerful tenor voice and for his extensive knowledge of "Nussach". Adrian is in high demand for concert performances, Shabbat Services, Festival Services and Wedding Ceremonies. W:
David BakerDavid Baker is currently a shaliach tzibbur at Belsize Square Synagogue in north London. He has a thoughtful and respectful approach to prayer, helping the congregation to a deeper sense of meaning. As well as working within Belsize Square's well-known musical tradition, he is studying nusach and voice with Cantor Jaclyn Chernett and Alexander Massey, and building the community's musical repertoire. He is religiously ecumenical and has sung at simchas and services across the Jewish spectrum and at mixed-faith events. E:, 07837 014968
Viv BellosViv is a classical singer, choir trainer, voice teacher, lecturer in Jewish music and Director of Music at the North Western Reform Synagogue in Golders Green, fondly known as Alyth. From 1997 to 2001, she was the first female conductor of the Zemel Choir and is the founder and musical director of the Jewish Youth Choir. E:
Marina BergJewish music artist, music tutor and performer in many different styles (accordion). E:
Bis Bas BandFrom soulful Sephardic songs to lively Balkan rhythms, Bis-Bas present their spicy fusion of Klezmer and Middle Eastern music with a hint of Gypsy Jazz.Vocalist Jonny Mosesson hails from a port town on the ancient spice route where Eastern influences merge with Spanish and North African music. Bogdan Vacarescu brings the romantic, virtuoso sound of the Romanian school of violin. Jake Painter is one of London’s leading Jazz trumpeters, and guitarist Peter Michaels expresses his East European heritage alongside a passion for flamenco. Together Bis-Bas create a potent mix of rhythm and song, presenting new material from their upcoming debut album. A couple of videos - one shot live in a studio and a montage of us at klezmer in the park. E: M: 07966-085583
Annette M. BoecklerChazzanit, lecturer for Jewish Liturgy at Leo Baeck College; studied chazzanut with cantors Marcel Lang z"l, Jeremy Burko and Eli Schleifer; for over 10 years voice training, since 2008 with Camille Maalawy; experienced service leader (Masorti, Liberal and Reform). Available for service leading, life cycle events, songleading with children and adults, and shiurim or lectures on Jewish Liturgy. E:>/a>
Hilda BronsteinSinger and Teacher of Yiddish Song. Hilda is available for concert or cabaret performances, masterclasses and workshops. To find out more, or to book her for your next event, call her on 07778 501215 or email W:
The Burning BushDirector: Lucie Skeaping. Traditional jewish music; 6 musicians + singer: klezmer, Sephardi, Yiddish, Hassidic, Israeli, Middle Eastern. Concerts and parties throughout the UK and the world. W:
Gwendoline BurtonExperienced singer, available for service leading, weddings, funerals, choir direction and, of course, concerts.  Can also fix other soloists/a professional choir. E:
Daniel CainerDaniel Cainer's musical journey is a laugh and cry, almonds and raisins solo tour-de-force. Warm, open, intimate - and very, very funny - Daniel shares, without judgement, the universal insights discovered while exploring his roots. Jewish Chronicles is a literal title: this is Daniel's personal journey in comic songs about his family and the Jewish world. Frank without controversy, personal without confrontation or any trace of bitterness, the songs are deeply felt; it's not on-stage therapy or cheap laughs at the expense of religion and culture. Cainer has impressive vocal, musical and emotional range. Uniting Gentile and Jew through his honest style of storytelling, Daniel explores what it means to be Jewish in a turbulent 21st century. W:
Cantorial SongArticle by Alexander Knapp. W:
Chazan Moshe CaplanLooking to enhance your Chuppah or Bat Mitzvah ceremony? Then you may want to take a look and listen on the website mentioned here. "Very moving" and "uplifting to the whole Simcha" are just a couple of comments made. Moshe is based in London and regularly officiates at Mill Hill synagogue during the year as well as on the Yamim Noraim. He is also very involved with the Shabbaton Choir and is available to officiate throughout the UK and overseas. T: 07871-37988 W:, E:
Cantor Jaclyn ChernettThe first woman in the UK to be ordained as Chazan, Jacky founded the European Academy for Jewish Liturgy (EAJL) a multi-level, multi-national and multi-media pluralist teaching facility for inspired leaders of Synagogue prayer, mentoring many students throughout the world through personal learning and seminars. She is a founding member and a Vice-President of the Assembly of Masorti Synagogues, a past Vice-President of Masorti Olami (The World Council of Synagogues), a Life President of Edgware Masorti Synagogue and a founder of Kol Nefesh Masorti Synagogue. E:
Philip CloutsComposer, jazz pianist, teacher of kabbalah meditation. Klezmania are Chris Haigh (fiddle), Philip Clouts (piano) and Alex Keen (double bass); private functions (weddings, parties, bar and bat mitzvahs) and public performances (theatres, arts centres, festivals). Personal website:, E:, T: 07757 182088
Sheldon ConrichNorth London musician performing at mainly Jewish weddings and events around the UK. E: W:
Ilana CravitzIlana Cravitz is a klezmer fiddler, specialising in the celebratory repertoire that was played for hundreds of years by Jewish musicians in eastern Europe. Based in London, Ilana regularly performs on stage and at weddings, bar mitzvahs and parties, as well as teaching classes, workshops and private students. She specialises in klezmer ceilidhs - Yiddish dance events with live traditional Jewish music. W:, E:, T: 07825-510881
Laoise DavidsonSinger-songwriter, jazz, Yiddish, klezmer; also managing music and arts events. W:, E:, T: 07977-509003
Merrill DresnerSinger from Pinner (with the Zemel Choir), T: 0208-429-4001, M: 07718-912855, E:
European Academy for Jewish Liturgy (EAJL)EAJL is a facility that provides competent lay individuals and groups with dedicated professional coaching and mentoring in leadership of Jewish prayer. EAJL works together with the Cantors Assembly the largest organisation of professional chazanim in the world, as well as with cultural and professional organisations such as the Jewish Music Institute, Masorti Olami and the World Zionist Orginization in the development and nurturing of Jewish spiritual life all over the world. W:
European Cantors Convention7th Annual European Cantors Convention, 2-5 July 2012, Manchester
Includes: Official Launch of the European Cantors' Association and the Julian Klein Memorial Concert. Contact: Alex Klein, Convener Elect, European Cantors Association. T: 0161 798 7631 M: 07792 494 584 E:
GhettoPlotzGhettoPlotz is a live klezmer-house dancefloor mashup project featuring Mark White live on laptop and keyboards, Tanya Winston on decks and Miki Shaw on visuals. Described by Kiss FM as 'the Prodigy with violins', think the sounds of old-time Russia stirred up with fat and funky beats a la Basement Jaxx and you'll get an idea of the GhettoPlotz experience. W:, E:, T: 07775-841248
Mark GlanvilleBass baritone. W:
Udi GlaserComposer, Guitarist, Producer and Guitar Tutor, M: 07528-016-583, T: 020-8347-5754, W:, E:
Jess GoldJess, popularly referred to as Jukebox Jess, has an intuitive understanding of how to get a crowd singing which was nurtured through training as a song-leader with Debbie Friedman. She recorded her first album of original Jewish songs with the band Red Sea Blue in September 1999, with whom she toured Jewish Community Centres and Camps in the USA for three years. The carbon guilt kicked in and she decided to stop flying, a decision that would eventually lead to her new eco music path. Since 2009 she has been carrying out concerts and song-writing workshops in venues as varied as schools, protest camps, festivals and private homes. She is launching her second album of original songs, this time eco themed, with a UK concert tour in September 2012. Personal website:, E:, T: 07946-568866
David HoffmanSinger-songwriter, guitarist, records as The Magic If and runs Shir Chadash Friday nights at Manchester Reform Synagogue. Point of contact for for musical gatherings at Limmud events around the UK. E:
Israeli Music Competition and Ernst Bloch Music Competition(Next deadline: 20 May 2012) The Israeli Music Competition was begun in 2008 and aims to familarise both professionals and students with the fascinating styles of Israeli music - a rich tapestry of sounds which produce a musical blend without equal; a fusion of Western musical idioms such as Klezmer (brought over with the first immigrants in the 1880s), and Eastern traditions brought by Jews from Arab countries. The Ernest Bloch Music Competition was begun in 2009. Ernest Bloch (24 July 1880 – 15 July 1959) was a Swiss-born, American-Jewish composer and, since the 50th anniversary of his death was commemorated in 2009, the addition of the Ernest Bloch Music Competition to the Israeli Music Competition has drawn much worldwide interest. W:
Cantor Zoe JacobsCantor at Finchley Reform Synagogue (FRS); coordinating Jewish music projects for the Reform Movement. E:
Jewish Community Centre for London (JCC)E:, T: 020 7431 9866, W:
Jewish Music FairChoose from 22 different workshops throughout the day with a chance to perform, participate, listen, learn, chat, network, eat, drink and have a stimulating or relaxing day depending on your mood. Some of Britain’s finest Jewish musicians will inspire and teach you from a vast array of topics. There will be stalls featuring many Jewish music societies and organisations you may wish to join and CDs and music for you to browse and purchase. W:
Jewish Music Institute (JMI) at SOASThe Jewish Music Institute curates, educates and celebrates every aspect of Jewish music in the UK, bringing to life this rich seam in world culture through concerts and festivals, workshops and summer schools, academic programmes and bursaries. Our mission encompasses the music of the Jewish people wherever they are and wherever they have been, preserving and developing this great heritage for the benefit of present and future generations. We are an independent arts organisation based at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. JMI is the national body that brings Jewish music to the mainstream British cultural arena for people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures. To find out more visit where you can sign up to our monthly newsletter.
Jewish Music UKA directory of UK Jewish musicians and activities, as well as list of internet resources for Jewish music worldwide. W: Curated by Alexander Massey, whose personal website is:
Jewish Sacred Choral Music projectThe Choir of London’s Jewish Sacred Choral Music project, through four concerts in the UK and one in Maribor, Slovenia, supported the work of a number of organisations and institutions dedicated to the revival of the European Jewish liturgical music, which was all but destroyed by the catastrophic events of the mid-twentieth century. W:
Jewish Wedding BandsW:
Cathy Heller JonesCathy Heller-Jones is the Director of Music at The Liberal Jewish Synagogue in St. John's Wood, London.  She is a choir director, choral animateur, professional singer and singing teacher.  E:
Louise KatinSinger. T: 07976-720049, E:
Klezmer FiddleA detailed description of the roots, evolution, revival, characteristics and repertoire of Klezmer.
Klezmer in the ParkRegent's Park Bandstand. W:
Dr Alexander KnappWorld expert on Jewish music. Among numerous other articles, he has contributed entries on aspects of Jewish music to The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (second edition). Composer, arranger and lecturer, he has been appointed to academic and administrative posts at Wolfson College, Cambridge; at London’s Goldsmiths' College, Royal College of Music, City University; and (1999-2006) to the Joe Loss Lectureship in Jewish Music at SOAS. E:
Ray KohnKlezmer fiddler, teacher and arranger, based in Sheffield. E: W:
Tally KorenSinger / songwriter based in London. Latest album: El Hayam. E: W:
Steven LeasSteven has been Chazzan of the prestigious Central Synagogue in the West End of London and appeared on his first of many CDs as Resident Chazzan of the London Jewish Male Choir. W:
London Cantorial SingersThe aim of the Choir is to perform synagogue music, once popular but now rarely heard, as far as possible in the composer's original settings. We have performed across the whole range of Jewish events including concerts, musical evenings, Selichot and Sefirah services, full chazan-choral Shabbat services, Weddings, Bat Chayil and Bar Mitzvah services. Our repertoire also includes Israeli and Yiddish popular songs. Conductor: David Druce W:
London Jewish Male Choir (LJMC)One of the foremost Jewish choirs in the world, the London Jewish Male Choir has a long history of entertaining audiences with high quality performances of a broad range of Jewish music. Our repertoire includes music sung in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, Russian, and English. Musical Director - Michael Etherton. W:, T: 07956-246659, E:
London Klezmer QuartetA dynamic all-female group of performers much in demand on the UK world music scene, and their deep understanding of klezmer, the celebratory and soulful music of Eastern European Jews, is reflected in exuberant, passionate and accomplished performances. W:, E:, T: 0782 551 0881
Los DesterradosLos Desterrados bring vibrant new life to the ancient music of the Sephardic Jews, sung in Ladino and Hebrew. Fusing Spanish flamenco and the fiery Gypsy melodies of the Balkans and Greece with the rhythms of North Africa and Turkey, Los Desterrados have created a rootsy Mediterranean sound that is wholly their own. Over the past decade, “Los Des” have helped to drive the revival of Sephardic music in the UK and internationally as a genre-busting category that appeals equally to fans of world music, early music, flamenco, Latin, North African, Balkan and folk whilst remaining deeply rooted in the Jewish community and contemporary London. Los Desterrados have released four albums, selling over 6,000 CDs to date (including over 1,000 in Turkey) through worldwide distribution. Their third album, 'Miradores', was produced by Simon Edwards, former member of Brit Award-winning 80s band Fairground Attraction. Los Desterrados were nominated again for a Songlines Music Award in 2014 for their 4th studio album – ‘Dos Amantes’. W: Also, find us on Facebook
Alexander MasseyFounder and Webmaster of Jewish Music UK. Composer (liturgical and secular Jewish music, published by Transcontintental USA and Reform Judaism UK), international singer (tenor soloist), writer (books, poems, lyrics and articles), singing teacher (including vocal training for cantor and songleaders), choir trainer, workshop leader. Offers: performances, shabbatons (leading alternative services, experiential prayer, modern midrashic teaching, cantorial support, concerts of his Jewish songs), courses in sacred singing, liturgical commissions, rapid transcription of lead sheets from musical audio, musical proofreading, advice on compositional technique, musical direction, singing and choir training, linking prayer and song. Personal website: E:, T: 07771-988207
Stephen Melzack An international award winning Singer/Songwriter, he released a CD called “Two Candles Burn" an exciting concept of new and original songs aimed at introducing children of all ages to Jewish Festivals which are used by schools throughout the country to help teach Judaism. His latest composition “Never Again” has been adopted by the Yom Hashoah UK organisation as their anthem and he will be conducting a performance of it by approx 300 children this year on 19th April 2015 at the UK National Yom Hashoah Ceremony at Barnet Copthall stadium. He regularly performs in cabaret, concerts and can organise singing and songwriting workshops for all ages. For more information please telephone 0787963 7613. E: info W:
Minim SingersThe UK's new, young, pluralist, Jewish mixed choir. Minim was founded in January 2014 to fill a niche which is, as of yet, unfilled in the UK: for a fresh, new choir of a high calibre giving a platform to the tragically under sung music of our Jewish choral tradition. Minim is a new London-based choir of around 20 Jewish students and young professionals. Our members range from semi-professional singers to current Music students at University, to ex & current Oxbridge choral scholars. W:
Jonny Moses-son

Chazan and Simcha singer

Having pursued a life of song, I am a trained singer, regularly leading services in my synagogue. I have been invited to sing at a vast array of chuppahs as a chazan across the world, from Johannesburg to Jerusalem. No ordinary singer, I bring soulfulness and spirituality to your event in a wonderfully personal yet fully professional manner. My voice and musicality will bring a unique quality to each event catering to suit one’s personal taste, the end goal being to warm your hearts. Jewish | Israeli Dancing: An established name in the Jewish simcha world with a voice that will take you above and beyond your expectations providing a truly exhilarating set filled with genuine warmth and atmosphere. I am able to sing freelance alone or backed by a full band. Upon request, I can sing with other bands. Videos and more info at: E: M: 07966-085583
Larry NavonSinger-songwriter, guitarist. Personal website:, E:, T: 01202 460765
The Neimah Singers (Jewish Male Voice Choir)The aim of the Neimah Singers is to invigorate synagogue services by introducing a modern musical approach to traditional melodies, modes and styles (nusach), bringing a fresh dynamism through new choral arrangements. In the years that the choir has been together, it has acquired a reputation for excellence in its sensitive and melodious interpretation of traditional liturgy as well as more modern music. W:
Richard Pilliner, Dip.RAM, LRAM,ARCMOrganist available for Shabbatot, weddings, HHD services and other occasions. Former Musical Director of Kingston Liberal Synagogue, 1998-2012. Experienced accompanist with fluent harmonisation and improvisation skills in a wide variety of styles, working with choirs and soloists. Available throughout London and the home counties. M: 07958 460 649 E:
Reflections: Jewish Musical JourneysThis unique anthology of Seder melodies, zmirot and other songs consists of over seventy different melodies from thirty-two Jewish individuals living in the UK, recorded over a three year-period between 2006 and 2009. E:, T:  020 8457 8795, W:
Cantor David RomeDavid has been Hazzan at one of London's most prestigious congregations for 7 years and has recently been appointed full-time Minister of the Catford and Bromley Synagogue. He is a renowned wedding and concert performer, and resident soloist with the London Cantorial Singers. "His lyrical tenor voice and modern style of Hazzanut interpretation has become legendary." W: E:
Laoise RosswickLaoise is a singer / songwriter specializing in Jewish Jazz and Yiddish folk, and also plays klezmer on mandolin and fiddle.  She is available for performances and recitals. Laoise currently works as a music teacher and leads workshops and delivers private classes for those who want to know more about Yiddish and Jewish music. E:
Mich SampsonDirector of Music at Finchley Reform Synagogue. Choral consultant, choir director and cantorial soloist. W:, E:
Sephardi music (UK)

London Sephardi Minhag - Customs of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews of London, by Rabbi Jonathan Cohen (formerly Visiting Rabbi of Bevis Marks Synagogue)

London Sephardi Music - Recordings of the liturgical music of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews of London by Rabbi Jonathan Cohen

S&P Jewish Music & Liturgy - Facebook group

Guy SchalomMusician and percussion & klezmer dance teacher (including London Klezfest and many other workshops around the world). Guy is among the most in-demand klezmer drummers in Europe. He has worked with Frank London, The Klezmatics, Moshe Berlin, Josh "SoCalled" Dolgin , Michael Alpert, Susan Watts and David Krakauer. He is a founding member of the Klezmer Alliance, Konsonans Retro and the Other Europeans. He has worked as Yiddish Dance consultant for ITV and is co-director of Hopkele Productions - specialising in interactive Jewish Dance events with live klezmer music. W: E:, T: 07858-549736
Sha'arei Tsedek Choir & Koleinu Band (Mus. Dir. Louise Katin)As the choir is made up of members of the synagogue there is a familial friendly atmosphere among the singers. As well as aiming to make a great sound musically we all try to have a good time doing it! New members of the choir are always welcome – the ability to sing is essential but not the ability to read music. W:
Shabbat ResouledHighly successful eponymous Kabbalat Shabbat service held on the third Friday of each month at the Finchley Progressive Synagogue (FRS) in North London, which has been attended by over a thousand people since its inception in April 2007.  Also an album of music.
Miki ShawEditor of Shirei HaT'fillot, the music resource accompanying the siddur of Reform Judaism UK.
She'koyokhLondon-based, eight-piece ensemble performing songs, folk tunes and wedding dances from practically every Eastern European country you can think of. W:, E:, T: 07970-383424 Agent (Ikon Arts): 020-7354-9199
Merlin ShepherdKlezmer musician. W:
Polina ShepherdSinger, pianist, composer, choral animateur. Born in Siberia, Polina Shepherd (Skovoroda) learned music as a child around the family table. Now an internationally renowned singer of Russian and Yiddish song, she performs with an explosive mixture of powerful rhythm and profound melodies. Traditional yet modern, she brings the songs of the Steppes and the Shtetl up to date with passion and haunting soul. Personal website:
Rabbi Sybil SheridanChief Editor of Shirei HaT'fillot, the music resource accompanying the siddur of Reform Judaism UK. Rabbi of Wimbledon and District Synagogue.
Shir B'YachadMonthly Jewish song group welcoming singers and non-singers.  We learn Jewish songs of all types by ear using song sheets in different languages with transliteration.  Informal and friendly, no experience needed.  No commitment, just turn up. Diana Bramson T: 020-8905-9093, E:
Shir MusicShir is the complete Jewish music group: Klezmer, Israeli, Yiddish, Sephardi, Mizrachi, Ladino and Simcha music. Formed in 1997 by Maurice Chernick the group has become a major force on the UK Jewish music scene performing concerts and fulfilling the original function of the Klezmorim – entertaining at Simchas - Jewish parties. W:, T: Maurice Chernick 07932-711525 or Ivor Goldberg 07905-355022
Rabbi Geoffrey ShislerEssays on chazanut, nusach, prayer modes; contributions from Alexander Knapp and Arthur Friedlander; writings from great teachers of cantorial arts. W:, E:
Cantor Gerson SillinsCantor Gershon Silins is Cantor, Music Advisor, and member of the Rabbinic Team of Liberal Judaism, and Adjunct Professor of Cantorial Studies at Abraham Geiger College in Berlin. Member American Conference of Cantors, graduate of Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion- Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music E:
Judith SilverSinger-songwriter, choral workshop leader, Director of the World Music Choir at SOAS (School of African and Oriental Studies, University of London), Natural Voice Practitioner. Judith also writes, teaches and performs Jewish music - in Hebrew, Yiddish and English. Personal website: E:, T: 07903-914064
Dr Chani SmithA musician and a scholar of Jewish thought and music, with a particular interest in Kabbalah, Hasidism and the art of biblical cantillation. PhD and book “Tuning the Soul: Music as a Spiritual process in the Teachings of Rabbi Nahman of Bratzlav”. Booklet and CD “Learn to Leyn: The Cantillation of the Hebrew Bible” (Ashkenazi tradition) by the Jewish Music Institute. Chani teaches cantillation at the Leo Baeck College. T: 020-8349-5600, E:
Sophie SolomonViolinist, composer, arranger, music director, and new Artistic Director of the Jewish Music Institute (Jan 2012) W:
Spiro ArkSpiro Ark host regular events showcasing the best of Jewish & Israeli artists and performers.  Spiro Ark is a London-based charitable organisation which organises Jewish cultural events and courses in Jewish History, culture and languages. Spiro Ark aims to teach and enthuse about Jewish History and Culture, both because of the intrinsic fascination of these subjects, and because of the central role of Jewish Education and learning about Jewish History and culture in maintaining a Jewish sense of identity in the 21st century. W:
Dean StakerComposer, singer-songwriter, and founding member of Shabbat Resouled. W:
Emma StimanEmma is a klezmer clarinettist and composer, who has been playing and teaching at festivals such as Klezfest London, Klezmer Paris and Yiddish Summer Weimar for some years now. Klezmatize, based in London, is a walkabout/meet and greet act for events such as jewish weddings, barmitzvahs and corporate events - ideal for the afternoon reception part of a party, offering a high standard of live, acoustic music. Also founder of Queen Esther Klezmer, an international band and concert act (UK, Latvia, Germany) which plays traditional klezmer music as well as original jewish music written by Emma.
TephilharmonicSet up in 2007 to preserve and develop traditional synagogue music in UK orthodox communities. Interesting articles, guidance on chazzanut, and audio examples. Principal patron of Tephilharmonic is the Orthodox community's Chief Rabbi, Sir Jonathan Sacks W:
Terezin Music HubAs part of the college's Postgraduate Studies and Research Centre, the Hub will aim to provide a focal point by commemorating music and musicians interned at the Terezin (Theresienstadt) concentration camp, through creative practice, research and collaboration. Curator: Dr David Fligg (specialist on Gideon Klein, the pianist/composer organizer of cultural life in Theresienstadt concentration camp) E: or W: International Terezin Music Conference 2012
Victor TunkelVictor Tunkel has been in Jewish music all his life, in many roles. He is on the international advisory board of the Synagogue Music section of the Jewish Music Institute, and has contributed scholarly articles to Tephilharmonic. He has amassed the largest collection of Jewish musicology, all aspects, (MS and printed) in Europe - and indeed in the world in private hands - and makes it available at his base in London to serious researchers. E:
What is Jewish Music?Article by Alexander Knapp. W:
Wild RubySephardic songs from Karen Kay and others. W:
Benjamin WolfBenjamin Wolf is a musician and academic. He regularly performs as conductor, pianist and singer, and also works as a composer. In the past academic year he has worked as a visiting lecturer in the Music Departments of Royal Holloway and Bristol universities, and he has recently been appointed as lecturer in music at Regent's College, London. Director of Zemeal Choir. W:, T: 07740-422032
Dr Abigail WoodJoe Loss Lecturer in Jewish Music. School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London. W:, T: 020-7898-4243, E:
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Yiddish Twist OrchestraWeb:
Zemel ChoirUK's leading mixed voice Jewish choir. Wide-ranging repertoire embraces all the traditional Jewish cultures, Ashkenazi, Sephardi, Yiddish and Israeli. Musical Director - Benjamin Wolf. W: