Moishe's Bagel

Category
Municipal Hall
Date
24 October 2018 08:00 PM

Moishes Bagel

Greg Lawson, violin
Mario Caribe, double bass
Phil Alexander, piano
Guy Nicholson, percussion
Pete Garnett, accordion


For this concert, part of the Biggar Little Festival, this quintet of classically trained musicians presents a programme of jazz-inflected klezmer and Balkan folk music.

Moishe's Bagel performs thrillingly original cutting-edge klezmer and folk music from some of Scotland’s finest musicians. An intoxicating, life-affirming mix of Eastern European dance music, Middle Eastern rhythms and virtuoso performances. The band has regularly toured the UK, Ireland, and the Czech Republic, notching up sellout gigs at the Jazz Cafe, Sage Gateshead, St George's Bristol, Edinburgh Queens Hall and many more. They have recorded four award-winning CDs. In 2015, they were invited to compose and go on tour with an original score to the Soviet silent film classic Salt for Svanetia.


“exhilarating, full-flavoured stuff, often breath-takingly intricate but played with jubilation … the Bagel acquires the momentum of an express train”
The Herald

“this brilliantly accomplished and adventurous five-piece emphatically puts the “class” into “unclassifiable”.
Scotsman

 
 

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