Meeting: FRANK LONDON |US|
Hosted by: Adam Baruch
Frank London – New York-based composer and trumpeter, one of the best artists representing the so-called New Jewish Music, winner of Grammy award. Founder of The Klezmatics and leader of Frank London Klezmer Brass Allstars. Other projects include: Nigunim Trio, The Zmiros Project (Jewish mystical songs), The Shekhina Big Band, The Debt (musical film and theater), Invocations (hazzan music), he co-founded Les Miserables Brass Band and Klezmer Conservatory Band and is a member of Hasidic New Wave. His portfolio includes composing the music score for “A Night in the Old Marketplace,” the biggest and most important Jewish masterpiece since the time of the “Fiddler on the Roof.” He is often invited by various artists, including jazz, blues, and rock musicians, for joint projects. So far, he worked with numerous musicians, including John Zorn, LL Cool J, Lester Bowie Brass Fantasy, Dawid Byrne, Gal Costa, LaMonte Young, Iggy Pop, Natalie Merchant, They Might Be Giants, John Cale, Itzhak Perlman, and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. His gusts performances include 100 albums and more than 300 recordings. He was applauded on the biggest international festivals and his concerts continue to be extremely popular.
The Summer Stage of the Jewish Theatre, 35 Senatorska St.