Congratulations to our lucky Festival volunteer Noah Van Der Lan who has won an artist-autographed 11 x 17 Ashkenaz Festival 2012 poster in our volunteer draw! The poster looks great, featuring over 50 artist autographs. This is just one way we wanted to give back to our amazing Festival volunteers. There are many year-round volunteer… Read More »
Anthony Russell was featured in today’s Fab Magazine.
If you haven’t already, meet 2012 Festival headliner Shye Ben Tzur. An Israeli composer, producer, and performer, Shye creates an intoxicating musical fusion that draws on Hebrew, Middle Eastern, and Indian influences. Catch his main stage festival performance (and North American debut) Sunday September 2 at 8pm! Shye was recently interviewed by Tamara Kramer of Montreal’s Shtetl… Read More »
Socalled featured in NOW Magazine’s September 1 listing on their monthly tip sheet of where to go and what to do!
Ashkenaz is pleased to partner this year for the first time with Chapters / Indigo Books, with in-store appearances by festival artists! Watch for the following performances: – Klezkonnection performs at Chapters Bayview Village (2901 Bayview Avenue, Toronto) on Sunday August 26th at 2pm – Opa! performs at Indigo Books in the Manulife Centre (55 Bloor… Read More »
Ashkenaz artistic director Eric Stein recently chatted with Debra Goldblatt-Sadowski of rock-it promotions about the festival, its evolution, and some of the 2012 highlights! Read the interview on InsideToronto here.
The Ashkenaz Festival together with Shadowland Theatre are energetically gearing up for Festival Parade production, which begins next week! Monday August 13th kicks off a whirlwind three weeks of work on the infamous Ashkenaz Parade, which promenades around Harbourfront Centre to conclude the Festival on September 3 (Labour Day), at 4pm. Parade production will take… Read More »
On August 1, The National Post selected the Ashkenaz Festival to be included in their “Month Ahead” feature! This inclusion was on the front page of the Arts & Life section which reaches an audience of over 420,000 people. So mark your calendar and save the date: the Festival begins on the 28th of August… Read More »