They’re the Grammy®-winning superstars of klezmer, and they’re coming to Orchestra Hall!
Descended from the centuries-old Jewish cantillation of the Middle East, klezmer music began in the Yiddish-speaking world of Eastern Europe, where it became a fixture in Jewish culture—and is very much alive today thanks to masters like the Klezmatics. This seriously entertaining sextet from New York City is dedicated to keeping klezmer music vital and spreading its infectious, expressive, danceable sound around the globe.
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Orchestra Hall is the home of the acclaimed Minnesota Orchestra, whose artistic leader, Music Director Osmo Vänskä, guides a season encompassing nearly 175 concerts that are heard live by 350,000 individuals. Founded in 1903 as the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra is recognized for distinguished performances around the world, award-winning recordings, radio broadcasts and educational programs, and commitment to building the repertoire of the future. Orchestra Hall is also home to pops and jazz series and is a renowned venue for artists of many genres. Visit the Orchestra’s website at minnesotaorchestra.org for concert and ticket information.