October 11-19, 2014

Yiddish Jazz with Andrey Makarevich

October 11, 2014, at 7pm
Wilshire Ebell Theatre – Los Angeles, California
October 12, 2014, at 8pm
The Scottish Rite Auditorium – San Francisco, California
October 14, 2014, at 8pm
Christian Heritage Academy – Northfield, Illinois
October 16, 2014, at 8pm
The John Hancock Hall – Boston, Massachusetts
October 17, 2014, at 8pm
Town Hall – New York, New York
October 18, 2014, at 8pm
Town Hall – New York, New York
October 19, 2014, at 8pm
Lisner Auditorium of GWU – Washington, District of Columbia
March 28, 2015, at 8pm
Haifa Auditorium – Haifa, Israel
March 29, 2015, at 8pm
Noga Hall, Gesher Theatre – Tel Aviv, Israel
March 31, 2015, at 8pm
The Ashdod Performing Arts Center – Ashdod, Israel
April 1, 2015, at 8pm
The Center for the Performing Arts – Be’er Sheba, Israel

An outspoken, iconic rock star, founder and longtime leader of the legendary Russian rock band “Time Machine”, singer and composer Andrey Makarevich returns to the US with a new program, titled “Yiddish Jazz.”

Drawing a parallel between “Klezmer” music, created by Jewish immigrants, and traditional big-band jazz, Andrey Makarevich along with renowned jazz vocalists Diana Polenova, Elizaveta Boretz, Irina Rodiles and Polina Kasyanova will perform well-known favorites in Yiddish, English and Russian, backed by a live band of internationally renowned jazz musicians. In the second half of the program, fans will hear a full set of a re-imagined selection of the greatest hits and old time classics performed by Makarevich.

Andrey Makarevich • Jazz Trio of Evgeny Borets • Brothers Alexander & Dmitri Brill • Irina Rodiles • Elizaveta Boretz • Konstantin Gevondian • Polina Kasianova • Diana Polenova

Venue example: Wilshire Ebell Theatre

The Wilshire Ebell Theatre is a 1,270-seat live performance venue. A rental facility renowned for the great diversity of the artists that grace its stage, the Wilshire Ebell Theatre hosts a wide variety of events, including concerts, plays, dance performances and lectures. The theatre has a rich history beginning with the West Coast Premiere of Sigmund Romberg’s operetta Desert Song as the door opening event in 1927 as well as having been the site of, among other notable events, Judy Garland’s first audition and Amelia Earhart’s final public appearance.

Wilshire Ebell Theatre
4401 West 8th Street
Los Angeles, California 90005
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