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Featured Performers

  • Itzhak Perlman, violin
  • Hankus Netsky, music director, saxophone, piano
  • Andy Statman, clarinet, mandolin
  • Michael Alpert, vocals, guitar, accordion, violin
  • Pete Rushefsky, tsimbl
  • Lorin Sklamberg, vocals, accordion
  • Frank London, trumpet
  • Ilene Stahl, clarinet
  • Judy Bressler, vocals, percussion
  • Mark Berney, trumpet
  • Mark Hamilton, trombone
  • Grantley Smith, drums
  • James Guttmann, bass

Itzhak Perlman, reigning virtuoso of the violin, presents his collection of traditional klezmer music, In the Fiddler’s House. Released more than 25 years ago, the album became a PBS special that earned Perlman his third Emmy Award. Perlman comes back to this project, offering audiences the opportunity to witness his masterful technique and remarkable artistry, but also “to see and hear a gifted musician experiencing the pleasure of getting in contact with his roots” (Los Angeles Times). 

A recital by Itzhak Perlman is inevitably a journey into perfection: virtuosity of the highest order, the sweetest tone imaginable, impeccable intonation, absolutely even scalework, mature musicianship and a pleasant stage persona to boot.

Palm Beach Arts Paper


Part of the Eclectic Orange Series
sponsored by the Jelinek Family Trust

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