Yiddish Music & Poetry with a Latin Beat
One of the many ways Yiddish is unique is in its cheeky borrowing from other cultures and creating something entirely new.
We parochially think of Yiddish flowering in Eastern Europe and North America, but did you know an impressive and enduring Yiddish cultural riches is rooted in South America? אַװדאַי Avade! ¡Claro está!
The renowned LA-based KlezmerJuice owes its origins to the Argentinian klezmer scene. The musical fusion of Yiddish and Latin sensibilities will be especially evident in the performance on Sept. 21.
And the Yiddish poetry you’ll hear (with English translation) is drawn from a vast legacy of modern Argentinian and Brazilian Yiddish literature.
Don’t Miss This Unique Event!
װוּ WHERE: Boulevard Music
4316 Sepulveda Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90230
װען WHEN: September 21, 8PM
װיפֿל: $15 General Admission
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Sepember
23
7 PM
Loyola Marymount University Jewish Studies presents the
ANNUAL FISCHMANN FAMILY DISTINGUISHED LECTURE
Tshatchkes:
American Yiddish Material Culture After World War II
װען Monday, Sept. 23, 2019 | 7 p.m.
װוּ Von der Ahe Suite, 3rd floor, Hannon Library
Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles 90045
Jeffrey Shandler, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Jewish Studies at Rutgers University, is the author of “Adventures in Yiddishland,” which examines the transformation of Yiddish in the six decades since the Holocaust, as well as numerous books on contemporary Jewish culture and Holocaust remembrance. Lecture followed by Q & A with moderator Miri Koral, CIYCL Director.
Kosher reception to follow.
Generously sponsored by the Fischmann Family, with additional support from the California Institute for Yiddish Culture and Language, the English Department, and the Modern Languages Department at Loyola Marymount University.
This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited and we kindly ask that you register. For any questions, please contact [email protected]lmu.edu or visitbellarmine.lmu.edu/fischmann.
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פֿון אַ שמייכל אָן אַ מאכל בלײַבט אַ לעכעלע אין בײַכל
Fun a shmeykhl on a maykhl blaybt a lekhele in baykhl
A smile without a goody leaves a hole in the tummy.
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CIYCL is the only outfit with regular Yiddish cultural programming west of NYC.
The California Institute for Yiddish Culture & Language (CIYCL) illuminates an extraordinary heritage that is at risk of being lost to humanity.
CIYCL is one of the few organizations in the US ensuring that the unique creativity, wisdom, and humor of Yiddish culture keep inspiring us and future generations.
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With gratitude for the support of
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and CIYCL Members and Supporters
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