Jewish Klezmer Band

Band Video




About The band

Musical director and band leader Dave Shulman has over ten years experience playing for Jewish Weddings and Bar/Batmitzvahs, taking to the stage from a young age with his parent's Klezmer band before going on to start his own group. Shulman's Klezmer band can perform high energy dance sets for any kind of Party or Simcha playing Israeli Horas as well as Eastern European Ashkanazi Klezmer.


KLEZMER PACKAGES: For events such as Weddings we can provide a small ensemble for the ceremony such as clarinet, keyboard and violin. We have experience of working with a Cantor.

For weddings and Bar/Batmitzvahs Background jazz can be played for the reception by a duo or trio.

Klezmer or Simcha music with a dance caller can be provided by a larger ensemble before or after dinner.

We can provide lively swing dance music for the rest of the evening including Yiddish swing hits by the Barry sisters and Jewish Jazz written by the likes of Dave Tarras and Benny Goodman.


GYPSY PACKAGE: For weddings, birthday parties or any such event we can provide a Gypsy swing trio playing music during the meal consisting of 'Manouche' Swing repertoire, followed by a 5 piece Gypsy band playing lively traditional Eastern European and Balkan dance music for the rest of the evening.






PERFORMANCE  2 x 1hr 3 x 40min set (flexible)


GENRES:                Klezmer, Jewish Jazz, Yiddish Swing, Gypsy & Balkan


PRICE Guide:         FROM £600.00 + Travel depending on package and times


Band Package     2 Piece Band

                           3 Piece Band

                           5 Piece Band

                           Band with Cantor


REPERTOIRE:                    Klezmer Repertoire.pdf


Enquiry:          For availability and quotation click HERE

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