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Music List

Music List


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

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.