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Yael Gmach
Yael Gmach Born in Paris in 1970, I immigrated to Canada from 1975 to 1979. I was back in Paris from 1979 to 1981 and moved to San Diego where I live since 1981.
After studying at UCLA with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, I started as an animal nurse, with a proper diploma of technician. In parallel, I managed to create a clientele of framing for paintings and photos. I left my day job for the framing company and created "Once Upon A Frame".
At the same time, my guitar technique improved day by day, as well as admiration for Sara Vaughan, John Baez and whole group of singer-songwriters with a message.
Why is what I have embarked on since October of 2008. A musical surprise really. I don’t quite know how I myself did NOT know that I could write songs. A song. I could not fathom how!
The process, the method, the way...HOW? But somehow, I wrote one, one day last October 2008.
And I was even satisfied with it. Satisfied, or floored in fact, as it didn’t even sound half bad for a first song from a first time songwriter. But still, I could not fathom how to write, yes, another song. Well I did. I wrote another. Truthfully, it was nicer and sweeter than the first, in all ways. And truthfully again, I thought “two is good”. I can feel good about two, besides I CANNOT fathom how a third song would get written!
How another song would come! Well it did and gradually, finally, after the fifth song, I realized that I liked this adventure, that I had found an art, and one that I could offer back to my friend’s ears; one I could do just to contribute to the world of inspiration and expression.

Available to perform Worldwide at Concerts, Festivals, Private Events, Cafes and Bars in English and French.

Contact Information:
Booking Contact: David Gmach
Email: david@SitesToRemember.com
Phone: 1.858.457.4353
Address: 2831 Curie Pl San Diego, CA. 92122 US

Yana Ovtruskaya
Yana Ovtruskaya Yana performs in Russian and Yiddish like a soloist or like a member of quartette "Ashkenazim".
Contact Information:
Booking Contact: Yana Ovtruskaya
Email: ovra@mi.ru
Phone: -8592
Address: Spartakovskaya street, 21a-12 Kazan, Tatarstan, 420107 Russia

Yardena y Son Ladino
Yardena y Son Ladino A party or gathering? Make it truly memorable with live music. Whether as a duo, with her quartet, or as a larger group, Yardena's sounds can gear up from a gentle background performance to rousing sentiments, including all the way to flat-out foot-twitching excitement. Let Yardena set just the right tone, carefully tailoring her ensemble’s size, instrumentation, and rich repertoire of Jazz, Latin, Swing, Classics, and Blues, to your special requirements. Yardena performs in Ladino
Contact Information:
Booking Contact: Yardena y Son Ladino
Email: yardidar@aol.com
Phone: (305)-892-1350
Address: 6e 36th st. New York City, NY, 10016 USA

Yoni Eilat
Yoni Eilat Yoni Eilat is an actor and singer. He graduated from "Beit Zvi", academy of performing arts in Israel, and has been performing for over ten years in various theater productions. He is mostly known for his Israeli song performances ("shira bet/ibur") which he has been performing throughout Israel and the world. Most recently he is known for his solo-performances in Yiddish.

He is a member of the Yiddishpiel Theater's ensemble, the Israeli National Yiddish Theater, with which he participated both in concerts by the " Yiddishpiel's Theater of Benevolence" and has recently directed two small musical productions. He won two awards from the Yiddishpiel, in 2007 and in 2010, for his contribution to and performance of Yiddish songs. Another production he organized "A Yiddishe Madre": a duel for Ladino and Yiddish, features singer, Dganit Daddo, and journalist and author, Ruvik Rosenthal.

"Zigayner Neshume" is his first album: Yiddish versions of gypsy folk music, mixed with rock-pop-music and interwoven with elements of traditional Eastern European music. More than ten gifted Israeli musicians cooperated with him to produce this album. The album features 11 songs and was arranged and produced by Daniel Koren, a graduate of Berkley College of Music, who has played and produced albums for many Israeli artists and has orchestrated theater productions. Currently- he plays with Jazz ensembles in New York.

Contact Information:
Booking Contact: Yoni Eilat
Email: yoni_eilat@yahoo.com
Phone: +972-50-7789161

Zalmen Mlotek
Zalmen Mlotek Zalmen Mlotek is an internationally recognized authority on Yiddish folk and theater music and a leading figure in the Jewish theatre and concert worlds. Mr. Mlotek was raised in a prominent Yiddish-speaking family renowned for its Jewish songbook collections. His formal training as a classical musician and conductor was at Julliard School of Music, the New England Conservatory of Music, the Tanglewood Music Center , Manhattan School of Music and Mannes School of Music. Among his most notable teachers and mentors was Leonard Bernstein. Mr. Mlotek also studied conducting with Zubin Mehta, James Levine and other masters of music and conducting. Mr. Mlotek's deep roots in Yiddish culture, his elite musical education, his talent and passion for both have merged into a career that has revitalized the world of Yiddish music and theater.
Contact Information:
Booking Contact: Zalmen Mlotek
Email: zmmlotek@aol.com
Phone: 212 8896800 ext.207
Address: 45 E. 33 Street New York City, NY 10016 USA
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