Eric Stein: the Ashkenaz Revolution

Balkan Beat BoxToronto’s Ashkenaz Festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary of presenting the Canadian and international Jewish culture scene through music, dance, film, theatre and visual art.

In this podcast we talk with Ashkenaz Artistic Director Eric Stein about why the original founders of the festival were subversive, how he puts together such a strong and eclectic program, and why you should move to Toronto.

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One Response to “Eric Stein: the Ashkenaz Revolution”

  1. Marc Bernstein
    December 9th, 2010 15:54

    My name is Marc Bernstein.
    I am a private record collector in Toronto-
    with a huge collection/archive of 45,000 vintage Cantorial,Klezmer,Yiddish Theatre 78s,LPs. I am a CD Reissue Producer & owner of a small CD Reissue business in Toronto: Heritage Records.
    I met with Josh Dolgin last month in Montreal. I specialize in CD transfers of my 78s as well as I also make custom-to order CD transfers for other collectors of vintage Cantorial,Klezmer,Yiddish Theatre,Band,etc 78s,acetates,transcription discs on to high quality professional CDs-I charge $20.00 per each CD. Rapid turnover: overnight or same day: My contact info:
    Marc Bernstein:
    Heritage Records,
    21 Mayfair Avenue,
    Apt 301 Toronto Ontario Canada
    link to my website: CDs
    (processed+ready for sale) priced $15.99,
    custom-made CD transfers-$20.00 each CD.
    Phone number: home phone-416-960-9595
    cell phone: 416-564-3322
    My Zaida was the Chazzan at Beth Tzedec & Goel Tzedec Synagogues in Toronto:
    Cantor Akiva Bernstein- (1937-1956) mother is retired soprano Mary Simmons.

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