Free Tickets: Rachel Lemisch and Jason Rosenblatt in Concert (August 25, 2020)

KlezKanada and A Different Tune Present: Rachel Lemisch & Jason Rosenblatt – Live in Concert

Online Concert. August 25, 2020. 5:30-6:30 PM

Free tickets available! (Regular price $25)

Rachel Lemisch (trombone) and Jason Rosenblatt (diatonic harmonica) are both stalwart musicians of Quebec’s Klezmer music scene. Rachel comes from a long family lineage of klezmer musicians and is a founding member of Orkestra Severni, Shtreiml, and is a member of Soul Songs: Inspiring Women of Klezmer. Also a founding member of Shtreiml, Jason Rosenblatt is one of the world’s leading performers on diatonic harmonica (and definitely the world’s leading performer of klezmer music on diatonic harmonica). A multi-instrumentalist and multi-stylist, Jason is a truly unique voice in Jewish music.

For 25 years, KlezKanada has been strengthening Quebec’s Jewish and Yiddish musical and cultural heritage. To celebrate this milestone, KlezKanada has partnered with the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network’s “A Different Tune” project to share klezmer music with new audiences in the province. As part of KlezKanada’s 25th annual summer KlezKamp (being held entirely online this year), A Different Tune is sponsoring 40 free tickets for Quebec residents to see Rachel Lemisch and Jason Rosenblatt’s online on August 25, 2020 from 5:30-6:30 PM.

To get your free ticket to see this evening of music streamed live from the comfort of the Lemisch/Rosenblatt home to the comfort of yours, wherever you are in the province:

  • Head over to this link.
  • Click “Tickets”
  • Click “Enter Promo Code” and enter code: QAHN-a-different-tune
  • Click: “Apply”
  • Click: “Checkout”

Published by Glenn Patterson

I'm a PhD candidate in ethnomusicology at Memorial University in St. John's, Newfoundland. I'm currently back in Montreal doing research for the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network and their 2019-2020 project "A Different Tune: Musical Heritage in English-Speaking Quebec"

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