Upcoming Concerts

TimnaTal Music presents traditional world music from the Middle East, the Mediterranean and Balkan region, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, to an intimate live concert venue for the Davis and Sacramento area audience. TimnaTal brings a variety of outstanding musicians to its stage. Audiences are likely to hear Flamenco, East European Folk, Klezmer, Greek Rembetiko, Turkish Classical music and much, much more!

You can hear the music of these regions on a monthly radio show titled "Crossing Continents" hosted & produced by Gil Medovoy on KDRT every other Monday from 10am-Noon. The show is available for listening for 2 weeks after each air date

Just a reminder that my radio show, Crossing Continents, found a new home! It can be heard on KDRT 95.7FM in Davis, California and you can catch it on line at: www.kdrt.org It's on the air twice a month, every other Monday from 10am till noon. If you miss the air date, you have two weeks to listen through the archive. Crossing Continents is available as a podcast.


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Timna-Tal Music  Presents…An Evening of Arabic Music with Faisal Zedan Trio

   Veretski Pass with Guest Joel Rubin!

Tickets at Watermelon Music

Advance reservations highly recommended!

Sunday May 26, 2024 at 7pm

Watermelon Music

1970 Lake Blvd. Suite 1

Davis, CA. 95616

info: 530-867-1032

or Email: info@timnatalmusic.com

West Coast in aspect, global in impact, Veretski Pass’ iconic klezmer sound is made by Cookie Segelstein (violin), Joshua Horowitz (19th-century button accordion and cimbalom), and Stuart Brotman (bass and drum). Veretski Pass reunites with clarinet maestro Joel Rubin to present historically informed renditions with fearless arrangements in their own distinct style, filled with raucous rhythms, soaring melodies, and newly wrought compositions.

The members of this group have been highly respected pioneers in the klezmer revival community since the 1980s. As teachers and performers for decades, they are all classically trained and equally comfortable in jazz, classical, and world music.

With many of their projects, Veretski Pass enjoys collaborating with many different cultures and guests. At the root of this music are a myriad of different influences. These include, Romanian, Ukrainian, Roma, Turkish, Greek, and more. Music knows no political boundaries, no tribalism, and they happily mix these styles into their own projects.