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The current Covid-regulation does not allow public events on Easter. However, we will play our PSALM festival and bring our programmes with the title „… for future“ as digital events to your homes.
We will present each PSALM 2021 programme via live stream on the day of the concert at 7 p.m.
ATTENTION: We broadcast LIVE – EXCLUSIVELY. There is no on-demand offer!
A Jewish legend in the words of Primo Levi, with gems from the Klezmorim’s musical treasure chest
Yuri Povolotsky: Nigun, March, Old Romanian Style, Zemer Atzuv, Grandmother’s Song, Balagula, Hassidic Dance
Paul Schoenfield: Freylakh
Reading from Primo Levis Erzählung “Der Knecht” (From: Vizio di forma, 1971)
What if we humans made ourselves creators of life and breathed a soul into a figure formed from clay? This is the vision a Jewish legend going back hundreds of years tells of, the famous Golem. Poet and scientist Primo Levi made of the ancient saga a story about human aspiration and arrogance that is as moving as it is topical. Miguel Herz-Kestranek is the reader, and the world-famous clarinet duo from Israel, the Gurfinkel twins, play “Best of Klezmer”.