Frank London

Dancing In The Aisles

Carnegie Hall has had many memorable performances, from Benny Goodman’s legendary Jazz concert of 1938 to Andy Kaufman treating the audience to milk and cookies in 1979. But Tuesday night’s National Yiddish Theatre – Folksbiene gala may be the first time the audience rose en masse and danced in the aisles.  

Itzhak Perlman and friends at Carnegie Hall. Kate Hess

Frank London’s Latest Project Is Really Big

Trumpeter bringing classic, 21-piece Shekhinah band to The Stone for month-long series, part of a rash of new gigs.
02/01/2013 - 19:00
Special To The Jewish Week

Sometimes, less isn’t more.

Frank London's Klezmer Brass All-Stars kicks off a new klezmer series next week at the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. Arjen Veldt

Keeping Adrienne’s Dream Alive

Concert marking singer and Yiddish revival leader’s first yahrtzeit brings together a community of musicians.
12/09/2012 - 19:00
Special To The Jewish Week

Sometimes you just have to drop everything else and do what’s right.

Frank London always has a busy schedule. Between the Klezmatics and his numerous side projects (the most recent being a Latin jazz-Jewish fusion essay with Arturo O’Farrill), there is never a convenient time for London to be interrupted.

Michael Winograd has a new CD being released this month with launch gigs in Boston and Brooklyn. December 2012 is not a rest period for him.

Cooper will be remembered and celebrated with a blow-out concert. Lloyd Wolf
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