Thursday, August 21, 2014 Av 25, 5774
Gay and Orthodox, Ari Gold airs it all out musically
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Ari Gold has a real entourage, and it's made of up of kings and queens. Well, his title is Sir, which explains the kings, and as far as the rest of the royal retinue is concerned, Gold has gotten sterling support from the gay community he is part of. But the Orthodox? A rocker who courts men in black from...
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Michael Tilson Thomas brings Bubby and Zayda to the stage in 'The Thomashefskys'
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The nu world symphony Michael Tilson Thomas is about to conduct has nothing to do with Dvorak and everything to do with der varnishkes (bowtie pasta). Indeed, it's more a piece of the old world opened wide through the eyes of late Yiddish theater legends Boris and Bessie Thomashefsky. Or as Tilson Thomas calls them: Bubby and Zayda. Their history...
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Andy Snitzer is in a jam. And he has no one to blame but himself -- and some of the best musicians in the business. Sax star Snitzer jams, he performs, he backs-up, solos and records. He's a CD sensation with an MBA whose getting down to business means "getting down" to the art of music. And he does it...
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He is not Seinfeld's Maestro. No -- he's Israel's. And with a name like Shai Maestro, you just knew he had to be good. Which he is: The Israeli jazz pianist offers tastes of his talent at a Sunday brunch performance on Nov. 20 at World Cafe Live, capping the fourth annual Israeli JazzPhest of Philly. The 10-day festival --...
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From "Fiddler on the Roof" to "Up on the Roof," there doesn't seem to be a glass ceiling that could hold Kate Ferber from reaching the top. If they build it ... Well, actually they had, and who knew it was in Merion Station? That's where local writer Louis Greenstein saw her perform in "Fiddler" at Adath Israel Congregation. Chava,...
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