Since the klezmer revival of the 1970s, the traditional Jewish wedding music has been fused to free jazz, heavy metal, R&B (and almost any other genre you can think of), thereby gaining new life. But Metropolitan Klezmer, which will hit the 25-year mark in 2019, and Isle of Klezbos, which marks 20 years in ’18, keep the Eastern European roots music pretty pure. The two ensembles bring their rollicking neo-trad sound, with forays into downtown, classical and world music, to the City Winery’s Sunday klezmer brunch. It’s an Old-World groove brought to Soho
$10 per ticket.