Music in the Garden: The New Orleans Klezmer All Stars
Fri, April 16th at 6:30 PM
Music in the Garden is returning to NOMA this spring! Join the New Orleans musicians you love for intimate, socially distanced outdoor performances in NOMA’s Besthoff Sculpture Garden, assembled by internationally renowned multi-instrumentalist and composer Mahmoud Chouki. Choose the ‘Music Meal Box’ by Cafe NOMA for an exciting boxed dinner option to enjoy during each performance.
NOMA is excited to present The New Orleans Klezmer All Stars on Friday, April 16, 2021. Gates will open at 5:45 and the concert will begin promptly at 6:30 pm.
Tickets are $20 General Admission | $17 NOMA Members JOIN NOW
2-Course “Music Meal Box” curated by Café NOMA and Chef Chris Montero
Café NOMA will offer a food and drink option ready upon your arrival. All orders of the Music Meal Box for this concert must be placed by 5:00 pm on Wednesday, April 14. A bar by Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group will also sell select beverages during the performance. Outside food and drink will not be allowed in the sculpture garden during this program.
About The New Orleans Klezmer All Stars
The New Orleans Klezmer All-Stars are entering their 27th year as an active performing ensemble. In these times when folk music has meant rigidly sticking to a cliched format or collecting hackneyed stylistic features, the klezmer all stars have attempted to challenge and stretch boundaries…but without sacrificing the most exciting features of social music; driving rhythms, passion, and clear melodies that are sublime but remain memorable.
Using the inspiration of the city where they began, the band has formed a unique approach to traditional melodies and, even more unusual, a way of writing in the style that leads to a sort of Yiddish Impressionism– keeping audiences dancing but cutting to the depths of their cultural imaginations, even where they didn’t realize they had one.
The Klezmer Allstars have grown into their name and are frequently seen with many of New Orleans’ greatest musicians, including: Mean Willie Green, Stanton Moore, Benjamin Ellman, Jonathan Freilich, Joe Cabral, Glenn Hartman, Doug Garrison, Dan Oestreicher, and Aurora Nealand.
NOMA is committed to the health and safety of our community. We require that all registrants to this event wear face masks as per CDC, state, and city guidelines. All staff and participants will be wearing face masks, with the exception of the on-stage musicians. There will be a minimum of 12 ft from the edge of the stage to the beginning of seating.
Per city guidelines, capacity will be limited to 150 people.
No social gathering will be permitted. Please maintain a safe distance of at least 6ft from those not in your party.
NOMA staff will be on site to monitor social distancing and assist with seating spacing. The amphitheater consists of grass berms, and we encourage attendees to bring their own outdoor chairs or blankets for this event.
If you are not feeling well, especially if you have a fever, please stay home and plan to attend a future concert. All refunds due to illness will be 100% refunded.
The purchase of Member tickets is limited by your membership level.
Individual: Limit 1
Friends & Family: Limit 2
Sustaining, Benefactors, Young Fellows, and Friends of the Sculpture Garden: Limit 4
Fellows and Circles: Limit 6
To upgrade your membership, please contact the membership office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (504) 658-4130.
A rain cancellation will be determined by 1 pm the day of the event. In the event of a rain cancellation, tickets will be refunded.
Contact us at email@example.com or (504) 658-4100
Education and outreach initiatives at NOMA are supported in part by the Zemurray Foundation; the Lois and Lloyd Hawkins Jr. Foundation; The Helis Foundation; The Gayle and Tom Benson Foundation; The City of New Orleans; IBERIABANK; The Wagner Foundation; Janice Parmelee and Bill Hammack; the Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative, funded by the Walton Family Foundation and the Ford Foundation; Sara and David Kelso; Patrick F. Taylor Foundation; Dr. Scott S. Cowen; The RosaMary Foundation; The Azby Fund; the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal agency; The Collins C. Diboll Private Foundation; Burkenroad Foundation; Marian Dreux Van Horn Education Endowment; The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Ruby K. Worner Trust through the PNC Charitable Trusts Grant Review Committee; The Harry T. Howard III Foundation; New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation, Inc.; Harvey and Marie Orth; The Bruce J. Heim Foundation; and Mrs. Bennett A. Molter, Jr. This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.