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What joy!

Yerushe's album is recorded! During an intense week in the studio we heard the songs weave each other into a story of transmission, that we are looking forward to share with you!

This couldn't happen without your precious help. Your generosity, presence at concerts, your listening and kind words have supported us. So THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to you all!

Photos: Louise Briand, 2016 (c)

These four days of creation were a true adventure, with a wonderful team at PurpleAge Studio in Paris, where François Bonnet and Romain Dambrine welcomed us with attention and sensitivity for the sound take.

Michel Schick (clarinet, flute and ukulele), Stephen Harrison (double-bass, banjo), Piotr Odrekhivskyy (accordion), and myself (violin, vocals) asked the talented Michel Taïeb to produce the album. He lent his voice for a few choruses, and mainly breathe his wonderful energy and experience into the recording sessions.

Exceptional guests joined us: Marine Goldwaser (fluier and caval -traditional Romanian flutes), Laurent D’Aumale (vocals), Nils Wekstein (percussions) and Rémy Yulzari (double-bass).

Before we can hold the disc in our hands, only a few more steps... Michel Taïeb will mix and make the master of the tracks. I will write the texts for the booklet, transcribe the songs, and the Éditions de l’Institut Européen des Musiques Juives, our label, will take over to translate these texts into English, design the cover and booklet, and finally... press and print the whole thing!

The release is planned for the end of fall 2016!

You can still support the project by participating to the crowdfunding or spread the link... 
Follow Yerushe
Next concert in New York:
"Klezmer with a French Touch" Tuesday, June 7 at 7 PM at Barbes

French vocalist and violinist Eleonore Biezunski, together with accordionist Patrick Farrell and double-bass player Jordan Morton, presents Yiddish music that speaks to the present time -some revived from Yiddish folklore collections, some by contemporary Yiddish songwriters- as well as songs from popular Paris. They tell short stories from a great history of lived experiences, of battles fought and of hopes for the future.

Eleonore Biezunski - violin, vocals -
Patrick Farrell - accordion -
Jordan Morton - double bass -

Tuesday, June 7 at 7 PM
Barbes - 376 9th St. (corner of 6th Ave.)
Park Slope, Brooklyn / 347 422 0248
$10 cover
See you soon!!


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