12:00-1:30 PM  Fishel Bresler and Tsibiles

Fishel Bresler and Tsibeles of Rhode Island are one of the New England's most popular klezmer bands. Klezmer music is a mix of Balkans and blues, jazz and spirit, Jewish culture, prayer and history. Critics call Fishel's music "a rich and lively mix that laughs, cries, dances, soars and dives to reach the hearts and souls of his audiences."


 1:45-3:15 PM Tali Yess

Tali Yess will play from 1:45-3:15 PM. Yess is the son of the late great Jewish musician Moshe Yess, and he will play his father’s greatest hits, as well as original compositions and Chassidic melodies. “I am part of a generation that grew up with Moshe Yess’s music,” notes Rochel Baila Yaffe of Chabad of the Shoreline “Moshe created soulful music about the American Jewish experience, and the lyrics went straight to your heart. Tali is bringing this wonderful music to a new generation.”




3:30-5:00 PM Chillent

Fans describe this band as "SoulLive at a Jewish wedding" and "the klezmer Phish." With origins as a weekly jam session in their hometown of Pittsburgh, Chillent has grown and attracted lovers of funk, jazz, blues, and world music. “Chillent” is a play on the word cholent, a Jewish stew. Chillent lives up to its name, offering up a mix of original compositions, spicy jazz and funk covers, and novel interpretations of Jewish favorites.