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Ernie Gruner Klezmer workshops Mosman

Ernie Gruner - Klezmer & Nigun workshops @ MosArts, near Fremantle

WHAT: Learn East European Jewish music with Ernie Gruner. Learn wordless songs or play klezmer music, and learn style, or do both !

Mosman Arts Centre
16 Lochee St
Mosman Park, West Australia 6012
6.30pm - 7.30pm : Learn wordless songs.  All Welcome . Nigun are East European wordless songs ranging from soulful chants to boisterous dance songs. Recommended as introduction to  klezmer workshop
8pm  -  9.30pm : Learn klezmer tunes and style. Minimum Grade 3, all instruments except percussion.

CONTACT DETAILS:  Ernie Gruner 0418 549 6310418 549 631  ernie@erniegruner.com      www.erniegruner.com

      Earlybird tickets via Trybooking.      Discount for doing both workshops !

      Limited seats , so book early.     Door sales if available, will cost extra.

 Ernie is Australia's leading traditional style klezmer fiddler, and has taught klezmer and nigunnim around Australia and New Zealand. He leads Klezmeritis, plays in Bohemian Nights (here for Fairbridge festival) and popular wedding band the Klezmer Trio .

He travelled to New York  in 1998 and 2008 to study with Alicia Svigals (Klezmatics co-founder) then to Klezmer camps and festivals in Kracow, Budapest, San Franscisco and Montreal.

In Melbourne he has promoted and or played with overseas musicians London Klezmer Quartet, Knakl and Michael Alpert.