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Monday, June 14 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
CHUTNEY - a Klezmer Kabaret

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PERFORMANCE | CHUTNEY is a klezmer band with a twist. Drawing on their Eastern European and Middle Eastern heritage, they present a hot and spicy mix of original compositions plus modern takes on traditional dance tunes. Comprising well-known Sydney musicians Ben Adler (violin), Paul Khodor (keyboard), Ben Samuels (clarinet), Yiss Mill (percussion) and Oscar Gross (bass), the musicians’ on-stage chemistry is electric, traversing styles from gypsy jazz to tango, folk to rock, classical to funk, east to west.

For this show, they are joined by Australian musical theatre performer extraordinaire, Doron Chester. Most recently seen touring as Iago in Disney's "Aladdin", Doron will serve up Chutnified renditions of some of your favourite tunes from Fiddler on The Roof that will have you dancing and rolling in the aisles!

With generous helpings of violin schmaltz, blisteringly fast solos, driving rhythms and toe tapping classics, there's no better way to send off Limmud Oz 2021!

Presenters
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CHUTNEY

CHUTNEY is a klezmer band with a twist. Drawing on their Eastern European and Middle Eastern heritage, they present a hot and spicy mix of original compositions plus their own modern takes on traditional dance tunes. CHUTNEY formed in Sydney at Limmud Oz 2019. They have since played... Read More →
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Ben Adler

Ben is a violinist and Head of Musicology at St Andrew's College, within the University of Sydney. He has toured nationally with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and internationally with the Hillel String Quartet. Ben is a founding member of CHUTNEY, the Ben Adler Quartet (a classical... Read More →
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Oscar Joe

Multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, Oscar Joe, is a busily gigging musician around the Sydney scene. He toured Japan with local band, Sal & the Mandas, just before COVID-19 struck last year. He also composes for film and TV, and won Best Original Song at the 2018 Screen Music... Read More →
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Paul Khodor

For the past fifteen years, Paul has been an integral part of the Sydney Jewish music community. He has been the accompanist of numerous Jewish ensembles, is the resident keyboardist of Emanuel Synagogue's Shabbat Live band and is a founding member of CHUTNEY.
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Yiss Mill

Yiss has performed Folk, Psytrance, Psychedelic Prog Rock, Rock and Roll, Soul, traditional Jewish and Chassidic music nationwide. He currently performs with singer songwriters, in a Judeo Arabic Medieval band and joined CHUTNEY in October 2020.
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Ben Samuels

Benjamin Samuels is a clarinetist and saxophonist who is deeply involved in Sydney’s music scene. Since his studies he has been touring and playing worldwide with many different outfits, performing all over Australia, Europe, America, India and Israel at major festivals. Additionally... Read More →
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Doron Chester

Doron Chester is an Australian musical theatre star, most recently seen touring with Disney’s "Aladdin" in the role of Iago. Prior to this, Doron was the off-stage swing and understudy for Barry Mann, Neil Sedaka, Bobby Hatfield and Lou Adler in "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical... Read More →


Monday June 14, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm AEST
Main Room
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