We will have a VERY VERY limited number of tickets at the door. Very sorry, we are almost at the maximum the church is allowed!
Please join us for our final concert!
We have been performing since 1981 and would love to share our joyous and heartfelt music with you one last time.
The soulful and stirring music of the Jews of Eastern Europe and more recently, of New York's Lower East Side has found a home in Vermont. In the summer of 1981 a group of central Vermont musicians, entranced by the rhythms and spirit of klezmer music, formed the Nisht Geferlach Klezmer Band. "Nisht Geferlach" translated literally from the Yiddish means "not dangerous". More colloquially, it means "Relax, it won't kill you".
The band plays songs from the golden age of New York's Yiddish Theater as well as freilachs, bulgars and other lively instrumentals that display the Dixieland influence on Jewish immigrant musicians.