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Sunday, January 14 • 5:45pm - 6:15pm
Songs of Freedom: A Concert and Celebratory Singalong

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Let’s conclude Limmud Seattle on a high note (!). Come together to sing in celebration of freedom, justice, and unity with wonderful musicians and singers Anthony Russell, Josh Horowitz, Chava Mirel, TBD, our klezmer jam players, and Carl Sayres (also our concert producer).

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Josh Horowitz

Josh Horowitz is the director of the Budowitz klezmer ensemble and co-founder of the Veretski Pass klezmer trio. Performing on tsimbl (Yiddish dulcimer), 19th-century button accordion, and piano, he has recorded with numerous artists, including the Vienna Chamber Orchestra and Itzhak Perlman. He has received more than forty... Read More →
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Jay Krulewitch

As a longtime Jewish musician, and as a historian and sociologist, Jay has studied Jewish music along with playing it with his main Jewish group, the Klez Katz. As such, he has enjoyed presenting interactive lectures on the history of Jewish music. It is a passion of his to teach... Read More →
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Chava Mirel

Chava Mirel is a singer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist who combines rich, luxurious vocals with deep-pocket rhythms to bring a new approach to Jewish music. With themes of gratitude, self-acceptance, balance, and responsibility for each other, Chava’s songs bring comfort and uplift the... Read More →
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Harvey Niebulski

Yiddish is Harvey's first language—sein mame loshen; it's extraordinarily colorful and remains his favorite. He grew up among Eastern European immigrants in the Bronx and enjoys speaking Yiddish whenever possible. Harvey sings and teaches Yiddish songs and klezmer music in the Seattle area at several venues, including the annual Northwest Folklife Festival, Festival of American Fiddle Tunes, and beyond, with klezmorim in his local bands Orkestyr Farfeleh, Duo Rymanow, and the Klez... Read More →
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Mai Li Pittard

Miles (Mai Li Pittard, she/her or they/them) has been a freelance musician and performer serving the Seattle area since 2005. Holding a BM in composition from Florida State University, she drifted back toward the music of her youth, klezmer, in 2009 while scoring a theater produc... Read More →
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Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell

Eight years after making his professional operatic debut, Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell is now a vocalist, composer, and arranger specializing in Yiddish art and folk song, chazones, and Chasidic nigunim. Inspired by the phenomena of diaspora culture, his work in traditional Ashkenazi musical forms has led to an exploration of his own roots through the research, arrangement, and performance of a hundred years of African American traditional music. The result of this work is his ongoing project with klezmer consort Veretski Pass, Convergence (2014 New Jewish Culture Network Music Commission Finalist), combining Ashkenazi and African American traditional musical forms to create singular narratives. Anthony's work in Jewish music has brought him to stages in Toronto, Montreal, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, Miami, New York, and Tel Aviv; JCCs in Manhattan and San Francisco; Symphony Space in New York City; the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC; and Limmud fests across the US and Europe. Upcoming engagements include performances in Berlin, Warsaw, Krakow, and London. Anthony lives in Concord, Massachusetts, with his husband, Rabbi Michael Rothbaum. Photo... Read More →
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Carl Sayres

Carl Sayres is a composer of new Jewish liturgical music and is passionate about traditional Eastern European nusach and davening. Carl loves sharing this passion with individuals, groups, and congregations. He strives to involve congregations in innovative davening experiences s... Read More →

Sunday January 14, 2018 5:45pm - 6:15pm
Auditorium (North)