Featuring a dozen artists from around the globe performing Yiddish songs of social justice, including labor anthems, protest songs, humanitarian odes, songs of struggle, and songs based in Yiddish poetry and Jewish scripture.

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Ashkenaz is pleased to support our friends at the National Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts as they present this year’s virtual edition of their signature Yiddish music festival, Yidstock. This 75-Minute, pre-recorded program features a dozen artists from around the globe performing Yiddish songs of social justice, including labor anthems, protest songs, humanitarian odes, songs of struggle, and songs based in Yiddish poetry and Jewish scripture. The event will stream on Sunday, July 11, at 4 p.m. (US Eastern Time) and the ticketed link will be good for 72 hours. Nearly all the artists involved are alumni of past editions of the Ashkenaz Festival.

Featuring: Sarah Gordon and Michael Winograd • Niki Jacobs • Daniel Kahn • Sveta Kundish and Patrick Farrell • Frank London • Sarah Myerson and Ilya Shneyveys • Cilla Owens • Eleanor Reissa • Polina and Merlin Shepherd • Lorin Sklamberg • Tatiana Wechsler • Eleonore Weill and Zoë Aqua

For more info and to reserve tickets, visit https://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/yidstock

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

In Partnership with:

National Yiddish Book Center

Start Date: July 11, 2021

4 p.m. (US Eastern Time)

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$18-36

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