In the courtyard of Bologna Jewish Museum, four nights of international Jewish music and culture on September 8th, 15th, and 18th, with the cabaret and yiddish theatre atmosphere of Lee Colbert, the fascinating journey of Quintetto Magnard, the jazz of Klezroym, and the eastern-European tradition of Minimal Klezmer. Below the three concerts of Jewish Jazz. Lingue musicali ebraiche tra cabaret, jazz e musica etnica:
Thursday, September 8 – at 9pm LEE COLBERT TRIO: A JEWISH CABARET Songs by Weill, Gebirtig, Bernstein and other Jewish authors Lee Colbert, vocalist Paolo Cintio, piano Gabriele Coen, clarinet, sax
Sunday, September 11 – at 9pm QUINTETTO MAGNARD - DAL CLASSICO AL KLEZMER TUNES Razvan Marin, oboe Roberto Picciardelli, clarinet Antonio Cavuoto, bassoon Simone Cinque, horn Stefano Malferrari, piano
Thursday, September 15 – at 9pm KLEZROYM - CONCERTO PER IL VENTENNALE Gabriele Coen, sax soprano, clarinet Andrea Pandolfo, trumpet, flugelhorn Pasquale Laino, sax alto and baritone Riccardo Manzi, guitar, buzuki, vocalist Andrea Avena, double bass Leonardo Cesari, drums Eva Coen, vocalist
Sunday, September 18 – at 9pm MINIMAL KLEZMER Francesco Socal, clarinet, vocalist Roberto Durante, piano, melodica, accordion, metallophone, objects Pietro Pontini, violin, objects Enrico Milani, cello
Jewish Jazz. Lingue musicali ebraiche tra cabaret, jazz e musica etnica is part of bè bolognaestate 2016, the summer calendar of events promoted and coordinated by Comune di Bologna.