Elad Kabilio

On A Musical Museum Tour

In an unusual pairing of antiquities and music, the Yeshiva University Museum offered a program chosen by the cellist Elad Kabilio, accompanied by the clarinetist Avigail Malachi-Baev and the singer Inbal Sharret-Singer, to illuminate its exhibition of ten model synagogues. The selections reflect what might have been heard around the time of the synagogues’ creation.

Elad Kabilio, Avigail Malachi-Baev, Inbal Sharret-Singer. Courtesy Elizabeth Denlinger

Israelis Playing Klez — With Cello?

Welcome to the 12th Night Klezmer collective.

11/18/2014
Special To The Jewish Week

In the world of Jewish roots music — that is, music that originated in the shtetls of Eastern Europe — Elad Kabilio has two strikes against him: he’s Israeli and he’s a cellist.

“We wanted to reintroduce klezmer from an angle” listeners might not be familiar with. Courtesy of 12th Night Klezmer

Meet Cellist Elad Kabilio Of Keren Sharet

How do you become a cellist? Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Elad Kabilio about his music and his work with the America Israel Cultural Foundation/ Keren Sharett.

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