16: Clare Burson launches her new album, “Silver and Ash,” inspired by her grandmother’s story of surviving the Shoah. Joe’s Pub (425 Lafayette St.), 7:30 p.m.
19: The Klezmatics at Galapagos (16 Main St., Brooklyn) 8 p.m.
3: Lorin Sklamberg/Michael Winograd Klezmer Trio with guest Josh Waletzky at Ditmas Acoustic (Congregation Beth Emeth; 83 Marlborough Road at Church Ave), 7 p.m.
5: Israeli pianist Inon Barnatan and cellist Alisa Weilerstein perform a recital in Caspary Auditorium at Rockefeller University (1230 York Ave.), 8 p.m.
5, 12, 19, 26: A very exciting concert series curated by Aaron Alexander, including such luminaries as Alicia Svigals, Alex Kontorovich and many others. Max Raiskin Center, Community Shul (325 E. 6th St.)
Oct. 7: The superb Israeli jazz pianist Anat Fort brings her trio to town, touring behind her new ECM album “And If.” Birdland (315 W. 44th St.). For information go to www.birdlandjazz.com.
10: Isle of Klezbos, always a rollicking good time, celebrating the installation of the new Kiki Smith-Deborah Gans window at the Museum at Eldridge Street (12 Eldridge St.), 4 p.m.
21, 24: “Beginner’s Luck” a program of songs of youth from the New York Festival of Song, Merkin Concert Hall (129 W. 67th St.), 8 p.m. both nights.
2: “Music and the Bible,” a program of music by Fanny Mendelssohn and the woefully underrated Louis Spohr, performed by the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall (57th Street and Seventh Ave.), 8 p.m.
1-8: The 6th Annual Sephardic Music Festival all over the city, with the release of the first volume of the Sephardic Music Festival Compilation highlighting the festivities.
11: ACAPAJEWZA: A celebration of Jewish a cappella music, returns once again the renowned Jewish a cappella group Six13 and other performers TBA. 92nd Street Y (Lexington Ave. and 92nd Street), 8 and 10:30 p.m.