© Damian Nisenson


Damian Nisenson

December 3 and 4, 2010

December 3 and 4, 2010

In September 1941, Dubossary’s Jewish population was decimated by the SS. Drawing inspiration from traditional Klezmer and Hasidic music to create a decidedly modern vibe, saxophonist Damian Nisenson, accompanied onstage by five musicians, the voice of a cantor and a painter, revisits a bygone era in order to revive a remnant of what once was…

Damien Nisenson

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