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Sunday afternoon 11/28 in Brooklyn: Jewish love songs with wine and chocolate – New York NY

November 24, 2010


On Sunday afternoon, November 28th at  3pm Kane Street Synagogue in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn presents singer and pianist Lana Sokolov and saxophonist Sagit Zilberman in a performance of Jewish Love songs. Read the article on    

Tonight 9/27: Jazz Talmud and Ayn Sof Arkestra world premiere

September 27, 2010


    JAZZ TALMUD: WORLD PREMIERE + AYN SOF ARKESTRA featuring Jake Marmer (poetry), Frank London (trumpet), and Greg Wall (saxophone/clarinet). Read about it on

RIP Abbey Lincoln 1930-2010

August 17, 2010


Also listen to Terry Gross’ interview with Abbey Lincoln

Paul Shapiro’s Ribs & Brisket Revue: swing dance at BPL plaza Thursday evening

August 12, 2010


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Late June NYC Jewish culture events (thanks again to Ruth Kaufman)

June 21, 2010


The bottom third of June is full of events of interest to NYC Jews.

1st Festival of Israeli Jazz NY 2010

May 25, 2010


Oz Noy trio – SCHIZOPHRENIC – featuring Eric Johnson via To read the article click here New York’s First Festival of Israeli Jazz, curated by Roberto Rodriguez, is taking place this week at John Zorn’s club The Stone (Avenue C and E2nd Street in the East Village–all sets are $10).

Five great musicians play and talk about the role of Jewishness in their creativity

May 11, 2010


In what may be the avant-garde Jewish music event of the season Congregation Kolot Chayeinu presents MARC RIBOT, JESSICA LURIE, MARTY EHRLICH, ROY NATHANSON, and GREG COHEN in PRACTICING A concert and conversation moderated by Professor Tamar Barzel

March NYC Jewish culture events

March 4, 2010


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NY Jewish cultural events this week: Haiti fundraiser, drum circle, ASL museum tour, lecture, jazz,

January 20, 2010


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Tonight: Paul Shapiro’s band Midnight Minyan at Sixth Street Synagogue

January 9, 2010


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