Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell, a classically trained and internationally acclaimed vocalist, composer and arranger specializing in music in the Yiddish language, performed with accompanist Dmitri Gaskin. Through oration and art music, they took us on a melodic journey through a variety of elements that come together to shape Russell’s unique genre of Jewish musicality.

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