Explore the intersection between classical music and klezmer in a 32-minute program with Joshua Horowitz, Veretski Pass, and SF Symphony musicians.
by Eleonore Biezunski and Lorin Sklamberg “[The Yiddish folk saying] ‘Tsu zingen un tsu zogn’ [To sing and to say]…derives
A song in Yiddish, Hebrew, and Hungarian. Read more »
Yiddish “Fiddler on the Roof” director Joel Grey and actor Steven Skybell interviewed on National Public Radio by Terry Gross
A new Yiddish language production of the musical is currently running off-Broadway. Steven Skybell, who plays Tevye, and Joel Grey,
Between 1880 and World War I, a wave of Eastern European Jewish immigrants crashed on America’s shores. They spoke Yiddish, and