Wander with us from the Carpathian to Santa Monica Mountains following a trail of songs. Back by popular demand, SFCA teams up with Klezmer trio Veretski Pass. As Jews have dispersed around the world, their music has spread and evolved. Improvised folk styles and carefully crafted new work, beloved simple songs and edgy musical experiments — all are part of the Jewish musical diaspora and are found at festivals, in synagogues and in concert halls. Works by Bernstein, Copland, Gershwin, Weill, Milhaud, Sharlin, Van Brink, and one of the premiere arrangers of Yiddish and Sephardic folk music, and this year’s Composer-Not-in-Residence, Sylke Zimpel.
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The SFCA Blog
- Be Still and Know: Meet Composer Ash Stemke, winner of this year’s New Voices Project
- Announcing Our 2017-18 Concert Programs
- Choral Music by Women Composers
- New Voices Project Co-Winner: James May
- New Voices Project Co-Winner: Ben Zucker
- From in between the lines: Interview with Monica Houghton
- Momo in the Mistletoe: Interview with Paul Chihara
- Audition for SFCA