Nitai Hershkovits explains the Israeli sound, regardless of genre or style
Alawan’s violinist, Myriam Sarfati, tells the band's story and explains their music
The Ingathering is a year old
Amir Bresler works with a lot of different artists, but regardless of style, he’s sitting in the pocket
Joey Weisenberg uses nigunim to reach new spiritual plateaus, and he’s happy to take you along for the ride
Ben Holmes talks about his solo pieces, his chamber approach to ensemble playing, and some of the louder things he does, too
Change The World With A Song: Open ThreadCan music be used as a tool to end conflict, or is that wishful thinking?
Uriel Kramer, along with his band, Tawil, wants to make you happy
The guitarist wants his music to be accessible to everyone, even his mother
Lucille Crew mastermind, Isgav “Izzy” Dotan, talks about the band’s collaborative spirit and international ambitions
Why the songs we sing in times of struggle become the anthems we sing in times of triumph
Frank London talks about the Klezmatics, 1990s Jewish New York, and the oversized influence of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach