From film executive to Klezmer singer, Elizabeth Schwartz takes us into a world of a Klezmer vocalist.
Elizabeth Schwartz was the first woman ever to sing in New York City’s 125 year-old, landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue. She performs regularly across North America and Europe in venues ranging from jazz clubs to concert halls, as well as synagogues (Schwartz has performed in the two largest synagogues in Europe, in Budapest and Strasbourg) and festivals.
- Moved to LA and became a film executive
- started singing Klezmer after meeting her husband
- Klezmer vocalist
- History Klezmer music
- Life of a Klezmer musician
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BEST GIG: Budapest, Jewish Festival,
WORST GIG: Bar in Berlin
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