1. Fans know: the Pushkin Klezmer Band shows are always hot.
2. Their new Jewish-Crimean-Tatar project brought together cool musicians from Ukraine, Israel and New York.
3. This evening will change your view of Ukrainian music.
Crimea is back! Meet the cultural self-capture group of the Jewslim Orchestra!
The joint project of Michi Gerasimov (Pushkin Klezmer Band) and the owner of Grammy, New York trumpeter Frank London (The Klezmatics, Klezmer Brass All-Stars), as well as famous Crimean Tatar musicians Alia Khadzhabadinovoy and Shevket Zmorki.
A special guest from Israel is Roy Hen (MÃLØX). Together they expand the cultural boundaries of Ukraine, rediscovering the treasures that she gave to the world - Crimean Tatar and Klezmer music!
This music has survived the Holocaust and the Deportation. For a long time she was banned here, it was impossible to talk about her. Only now she is starting to return to her homeland, in order to sound again in full voice. The time of the Soviet feyklor and sharovarshchina has passed, listen to the pipes and clarinets of the free Crimea, the voice of a single multicultural Ukraine!
The project is implemented with the support of the US Embassy in Ukraine. Main partners: the Crimean House in Lviv and the Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR.