8th to 17th March 2024

Klezmer Festival Fürth

Jewish Music Today

Recommended Klezmer websites

The Bonner Klezmertage have hosted leading artists of the international Klezmerszene since 2011.

The European Center for Jewish Music (EZJM) is part of the College für Music, Theatre and Media in Hanover.

HaGalil onLine claims to be the "largest online Jewish magazine in German".

The International Jewish Music Festival supports Jewish culture and focuses on Jewish music.

The Jewish Cultural Festival in Krakow presents contemporary Jewish culture from all over the world.

Large online shop specialising in literature and recordings of Jewish music.

The Society for the Promotion of Jewish Culture and Tradition presents the various streams of Jewish culture and history closer to a wider public.

The Jewish Music and Theater Week in Dresden is a two-week festival of Jewish culture.

The Jewish Music Institute is home to Jewish music in the UK. It is committed to the living heritage of Jewish music.

KlezCalifornia is a forum, based in Berkeley, California, USA, for musicians, non-musicians and all who want to explore Klezmer and Yiddish culture.

KlezKanada has developed from a small summer festival to one of the leading Jewish cultural organizations in the world.

"A Bisele Masl" is a project by and for musicians who gather to play Klezmer and Yiddish songs and share their repertoire. They also send out quarterly invitations to participate in Klezmer dance classes and events.

The Gelsenkirchen Festival "Klezmerwelten" sets out to explore Yiddish music and culture.

The Vienna KlezMORE Festival does not draw stylistic boundaries, but is based on the traditional status of music and culture.

"Netz gegen Nazis" is an Internet portal run by the Amadeu Antonio Foundation.

The Yiddish Summer Weimar started in 1999 as a weekend workshop. In the meantime, the festival has grown into one that lasts a whole month and has become one of the most important international summer programmes to teach, develop and present traditional and contemporary Yiddish culture.

The New York "YIVO Institute for Jewish Research Archives" is a research organisation dedicated to the history and culture of European Jewry.

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