She’Koyokh – “amongst the finest Klezmer ensembles on the planet” – The Australian
Their name is a Yiddish word meaning “nice one!” and they’ve been hailed as “one of the finest and most entertaining British-based exponents of global music” (The Guardian). She’Koyokh have spent over twenty years absorbing the rich folk music traditions of Jewish Eastern Europe, Turkey and the Balkans. A much-welcomed return visit from this wonderful quartet. They were much loved last year and tickets are bound to sell fast.
She’Koyokh has toured the world with highlights at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and festivals in Germany, Hungary, Poland, Cyprus, Spain, the Canary Islands and Norway; WOMAD, Sziget and Pannonica Festivals; Fundación Juan March Madrid, London’s Wigmore Hall and Southbank Centre, Aldeburgh’s Snape Proms and live sessions on BBC Radio.
Four globally acclaimed albums have earned She’Koyokh their reputation as “one of London’s musical treasures playing the best klezmer and Balkan music in Britain” (The Evening Standard).
All four are virtuoso musicians, each with twenty years absorbing and performing the rich folk music traditions of Jewish Eastern Europe, Turkey and the Balkans. Accordionist Zivorad Nikolic is one of the finest players of Serbian traditional music there is, their singer, Çigdem Aslan, is a celebrity in the world of rembetiko music and Susi Evans is “one of the best klezmer clarinettists of our day” (Songlines), while Matt Bacon, ace guitarist, used the down-time of Covid to take up the saxophone as well.
Tickets available late February at the Foxlowe café and online at wegottickets.com
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