The Flying Karamazov Brothers in Life: A Guide for the Perplexed
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Called "the Coltranes of this genre" by Allmusic.com, Yale Strom's Hot Pstromi is one of the freshest, funkiest klezmer acts in America. But they'll get even fresher at the 13th Annual Klezmer Summit: My Yidishe Mambo, where they'll join forces with trumpet virtuoso Gilbert Castellanos and his Latin jazz band. Shtetl culture meets Salsa in a thrillingly diverse evening of up-tempo grooves and hauntingly beautiful Jewish music that pays homage to the influence mambo, cha-cha and rhumba had on klezmer from post-war America through the 1960s. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“Your mouth will open wide with laughter, no less than awe.” New York Magazine
“The Karamazov Brothers are flying higher than ever.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer
“The irresistible K’s handle an audience as cleverly as the cleavers, clubs, knives and other objects they juggle.” New York Times
Life: A Guide for the Perplexed
is a seriously silly and crazy comic recipe for survival in the modern world. The Flying Karamazov Brothers sing, dance and juggle their way through a mid-life crisis that becomes a dazzling romp through the stages of life.
Bring your children, bring your grandmother and expect the unexpected with looney musical numbers and stunts. And of course Dimitri, the Champ, will face the challenge of juggling any three items the audience brings to the stage!