We’re thrilled to be sharing the stage with another musician who is re-imagining Yiddish political songs for today’s times, Daniel Kahn. Join us for a night of rousing music! At Littlefield in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Tickets here.
We are having a fun double-bill concert with friend of the band Laura Melnicoff and the New Moon All Stars Party Band! At Hadas Gallery, 541 Myrtle Ave. in Brooklyn. Doors at 7:30, music starts at 8. $10. Note: This show is for women, female-identified, and non-male people only.
Tsibele is helping Jewish Currents celebrate the re-launch of their magazine. Doors at 7:30, we will play at 8:30. At Littlefield, 635 Sackett St. in Brooklyn. Free!
A special night at Jalopy Theater in Red Hook. An amazing triple bill: the evening starts with Tsibele's violinist Zoë Aqua playing with esteemed tsimblist Pete Rushefsky, and will be followed by the New Orleans klezmer duo Farnakht. Then Tsibele ends the evening and will be joined by special guest Lisa Gutkin of the Klezmatics! $10 suggested donation.
Bring your dancing shoes to the New York Klezmer Series! Tsibele will play a rocking dance set with dance leader Steve Weintraub teaching Yiddish dance.
Ticket info at http://nyklezmer.com/
NYKS is now located at Funky Joe’s, 455 W.56th St. (bet. 9th & 10th Ave.) NY NY 10019
We are thrilled to be performing as part of Yiddish New York. Join us for an evening of music by leading emerging artists in the international klezmer scene. Goyfriend/Друг-Гой (awesome name!) is an exciting new collaboration exploring Jewish/Slavic intercultural dialog through song by the Litvakus Ensemble, led by charismatic Belarussian-Jewish clarinetist Zisl Slepovitch and the divine Berlin-based, Latvian-Yiddish chanteuse Sasha Lurje. The evening also features a rising new force on the Brooklyn Yiddish music scene – Tsibele. Yes, that means “onions”, and this band lives up to its name in delivering Yiddish music with Balkan spicing. Tsibele is Eleonore Weill (vocals, flutes, hurdy-gurdy), Eva Boodman (trumpet), Hannah Temple (accordion), Zoë Aqua (violin) and Zoe Guigueno (bass). The night will close with a raucous set of ecstatic Hasidic simkhe music, as Jordan Hirsch and Overnight Kugel perform classic Hasidic wedding music of the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. Jill Gellerman will lead dancing.
Buy tickets here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3179417
Join Brooklyn Jews for our third annual Hanukkah party, this year in Crown Heights! We'll have latkes and an open bar, with dance music all night and a special live musical guest, local klezmer band Tsibele.
$15/person. Tsibele plays around 10pm
The Moon Show is a series promoting underrepresented artists.
$5-15 suggested donation
Nefertiti Asanti, poetry
Anthonywash Rosado, dance
The Testourmonials Project presents ‘Conjuring Consistency.’ This work in progress reveals the methods we as a collective use to heal ourselves via unlearning, decomposition, and creation.
Ashni Davé, music
a Photo exhibition by Julieta Salgado!
The space is wheelchair accessible upon request
The Moon Show's mission: "The Moon Show aims to create an anti-racist, queer, trans, intersectional, intergenerational, feminist space by supporting underrepresented artists. We encourage creativity, collaboration, and community as a response to oppression and fascism."
photo by Mariel Berger
Tsibele is the house band for the Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ) Meyer Awards. With special musical guests Dr. Samuel Torjman Thomas, April Centrone, Leah King, and Mary Feaster.
JFREJ established the Rabbi Marshall T. Meyer Risk Taker Award in 1995 to honor people and organizations who have taken extraordinary risks in the pursuit of justice. Rabbi Meyer, who served as the rabbi of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, was a fighter for social justice, a man of vision who was willing to put acceptance and safety at risk to struggle for a better world. The awardees continue this inspiring legacy through their work combating all forms of oppression and the risks they have taken in doing so.