pinkFROG cafe, 221 North 9th Street
Join The Neighborhood for the second installment of our Klezmer Brunch Revival series, this time featuring the genre-bending Jewish virtuosos of Pharaoh’s Daughter. The whole family can enjoy hamantashen and bourekas while taking in the spiritual stylings of Pharaoh’s Daughter, as they travel through continents, key signatures, and languages (without leaving Williamsburg!) Come wearing your Purim costumes!
About Pharaoh’s Daughter:
Pharaoh’s Daughter is a pan-Mediterranean psychedelic band, exploring the traditional, while staying contemporary. Their signature fusion sounds are filtered through percussion, flute, strings and electronica, and combine swirling Hasidic chants with Mizrachi and Sephardi folk-rock.
Pharaoh’s Daughter has recorded five albums with a family of downtown NYC stand out musicians. They have toured Eastern and Western Europe, America, Greece, Israel, South America, United States, Canada and the UK, and appeared in NYC venues including Central Park Summer Stage, Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park, Joe’s Pub, The Stone, Mercury Lounge and City Winery. Pharaoh’s Daughter has been featured on NPR’s PRI and they have been guests on John Shafer’s New Sounds numerous times.
Klezmer Brunch Revival is presented by The Neighborhood: An Urban Center for Jewish Life and is curated by Seth Ginsberg and Daphna Mor. Thanks to PJ Library for additional support.
Please note there will be photography at this event.