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She was selected for the 2018-19 Annenberg Helix Fellowship, which allowed her to study and visit sites of Yiddish culture in Belarus and Lithuania, and was a Brooklyn Jews New Jewish Culture Fellow in 2020. She has presented concerts in Germany, Austria, Hungary and Romania.
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01 sept. 2022, 21 h 00
Montréal, 5035 R. Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2J 2L9, Canada
À propos de l'événement
She was awarded a Fulbright research grant for the 2021-’22 and 2022-’23 academic years to study Transylvanian folk music pedagogy in Cluj, Romania. Quickly becoming an in-demand violinist in the klezmer scene, Zoë is a co-founder of Tsibele and Farnakht, and performs regularly with Litvakus, Ternovka, the Honorable Mentshn, and more. In 2017, she served as the full-time understudy for the Klezmatics’ Lisa Gutkin in the Broadway production of “Indecent”, ultimately going onstage over 18 times. Tsibele’s debut album "It's Dark Outside/ In Droysn iz Finster" was released in 2017 and features dark and atmospheric original arrangements of Yiddish songs. Farnakht’s debut album “Ultraviolet” was released in 2018 and combines new compositions with klezmer, Romanian, Serbian and Hungarian folk music.