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Dorian Wood / Yiddish Art Trio

July 16

Joe's Pub


Doors at 9PM
YAT at 9:30PM
Dorian Wood at 10:20PM

Singer/composer Dorian Wood returns to New York to perform a rare solo show at Joe's Pub, fresh off two successful back-to-back European tours. "Armed with a vocal charisma that would befit a preacher and an experimental streak that would make avant-gardists swoon" (WNYC Culture), Dorian is a wunderkind with a headstrong DIY discipline. He has brought his emotionally-charged performances to concert halls, museums, music venues and performance spaces throughout the US, Mexico and Europe, with a voice that channels the skill and ferocity of such auteurs as Scott Walker, Nina Simone and Tom Waits.

"Conservatories and gay bars in Los Angeles were the places where Dorian Wood began to develop his particular way of looking at music...and this, combined with the gifts of nature (a powerful voice and an innate ability to deliver intense performances), have made him an artist that is both transcendental and unclassifiable." -Rolling Stone (Spain)

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Since early 2009 the Yiddish Art Trio has set out to redefine the scope of contemporary Yiddish music. Deeply rooted in klezmer and Yiddish music, YAT uses traditional idioms to explore new forms and harmonies, vastly expanding klezmer's musical language. The musicians, recognized globally as authorities within their field, are known for their ability to harness the full range of tonal and expressive possibilities of their instruments, individually and as a trio. They have recorded and performed with such noted artists as Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Frank London, Adrienne Cooper, Cantor Yaakov Lemmer, Alicia Svigals and others."A dynamic, tuneful, mysterious new album. ...Yiddish Art Trio takes otherworldly cantorial and Jewish folk themes and adds a jolt of 21st century energy." - New York Music Daily

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