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THE HEVREH ENSEMBLE: CREATING ORIGINAL WORLD MUSIC
The Hevreh Ensemble was formed in 2001 when Oboist Judith Dansker gathered a group of highly acclaimed musicians to perform a concert for Hevreh of Southern Berkshire in Great Barrington, MA. The ensemble performs original contemporary American compositions by group member and composer Jeff Adler. The works are often inspired by themes from Religious and Racial Tolerance, World Peace and Environmental Sustainability, and combine classical, jazz and world music elements. The wide and varied instrumentation includes the innovative use of Native American Flutes along with: Oboe, Oboe D’amore, English Horn, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Native American Flutes, World Percussion, Keyboard and Shofar.
The group has performed widely at such places as the Northampton Center for the Arts, St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery ( NYC), The National Yiddish Book Center, Amherst, MA, WAMC-Northeast Public Radio, WNPR-CT Public Radio, Synagogue for the Arts- NYC, Harlem School of the Arts and the Hudson River Museum.
Reviews for their recently released CD: “Between Worlds” included the following review from Audiophile Auditions -
A special thanks and credit to Bess Adler for her photography skills and contributions.
The Hevreh Ensemble is available for Concerts & Workshops For Bookings: Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org