12 October 2018, 17:00 - 18:00
30 Pembroke Street
She'Koyokh is a virtuosic and versatile band specialising in klezmer and folk music from Jewish Eastern Europe and the Balkans, casting a new and uplifting light on these musical traditions. In quintet formation including voice, accordion, clarinet, percussion and guitar, they give a performance that takes us from Turkey - where Lord Byron ended his Grand Tour - to Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania and Albania.
Join us for this free event in the surrounds of Modern Art Oxford's Café Bar.
EnsembleSince bursting on to the UK’s music scene in the early naughties, busking at London’s East End markets, She’Koyokh – a Yiddish word meaning “nice one!” – has toured the world, won international awards and released four critically acclaimed albums earning themselves the reputation as “one of London’s musical treasures playing the best klezmer and Balkan music in Britain” (The Evening Standard). She’Koyokh formed in 2001 with the support of a Millennium Award from the Jewish ... Read Full Biography
This event is part of a series:
The 17th Oxford Lieder Festival will celebrate a rich tapestry of music, words and performance in European song. Our Grand Tour of song will showcase the pinnacles of the repertoire while exploring wider cultural and geographical influences. International stars, prize-winning young artists and a wide range of concerts and other related events will take us on this beguiling journey. View the ...