Tsu Fil Duvids Klezmer Ensemble
Sunday, April 23, 2017
2:00 pm in the Farmhouse
Bringing the joy of the Klezmer tradition to the Farmstead for the first time, we are pleased to welcome Tsu Fil Duvids in a lively toe-tapping program including songs of Eastern Europe, Yiddish theatre and folk melodies. Fun for the whole family!
Tsu Fil Duvids, Yiddish for “Too many Daves”, is a klezmer ensemble based in Central NJ, performing in the NJ-NY area. The ensemble is comprised of nine musicians. Performing at Farmstead Arts will be Clarinet Dave Goldfarb, Bass Dave Schiff, Asher (Dave) Siebert on trumpet, Richard (Dave) Buchbinder on piano, and Beverly (Davida) Novick on drums.
Tsu Fil Duvids has been heard at Limmud NY, Limmud Philly, and many locations in between (including synagogues, community centers and theaters (including, in NJ, the Crossroads Theater in New Brunswick and Marasco Center for the Performing Arts in Monroe), street fairs, cafes, bar and bat mitzvahs, and weddings), plus recently at the JetLAG Festival in NY and twice at the Rejoice Festival of Jewish Music in NJ.