What do Jews do for Christmas? Yiddish New York adds a great new alternative to Chinese Restaurants! An amazing faculty of over 60 leading figures in Yiddish culture for a week of concerts, lectures, Yiddish theater, film, klezmer workshops, Yiddish language classes, poetry, singing, and a whole lot more. Our Decmeber 2, 2016 press release can be […]
There are now links on our Registration page for individuals looking for opportunities to share rides/accommodation to Yiddish New York! We’re also grateful for anyone who is able to share a ride, room or couch (you can post on the boards also)!
We’re pleased to release our 2016 Detailed Guide to Daytime Programs. An amazing daily schedule of programs including workshops in instrumental klezmer, Yiddish dance, Yiddish song, Yiddish theater and Yiddish language as well as lectures, panel discussions, demonstrations, walking tours and much, much more! Classes are held at the accessible 14th Street Y and adjacent […]
We’re excited to announce the calendar of Special Events for the second annual Yiddish New York, which is being held from Saturday, December 24 – Thursday, December 29, with pre-festival events starting on Thursday, December 8. Special events include dance parties, concerts, lectures, historical neighborhood walking tours and more! This year’s events feature a host of leading […]
We are pleased to announce that the 2016 Adrienne Cooper Dreaming in Yiddish Award will be presented to Yiddish poet/activist Irena Klepfisz. Commemorating the life’s work and legacy of Yiddish singer/activist Adrienne Cooper (1946-2011), the award will be presented at the 2016 Adrienne Cooper Dreaming in Yiddish Concert on Sunday, December 25th, 8:00PM, at the Museum of […]