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New CD with the Nu Haven Kapelye
The Nu Haven Kapelye, New Haven's own Klezmer Jewish music orchestra has just completed it's first CD, What's Nu?  Thirty four musicians and two singers came together to record thirteen songs ranging from classic Klezmer to Yiddish swing.  After months of recording, overdub sessions, and mixing sessions the CD is finally ready for you to hear.  Some really hot playing and some great solos throughout the album.  Take a listen to What's Nu? and hear just how crazy good and fun a Klezmer orchestra can sound. I am very proud to have produced this recording and written many of the arrangements. 

DAVID CHEVAN: the face of the bass

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The Nu Haven Kapelye at Jewish Senior Services in Bridgeport

Jewish Senior Services, 4200 Park Avenue, Bridgeport

on Sunday, September 25, the Nu Haven Kapelye is getting together for a Klezmer concert at Jewish Senior Services in Bridgeport. This concert is to celebrate the opening of this new concert hall and new facility for Jewish Senior Services. The public is welcome to enjoy this free concert of Klezmer and Jewish music. Jewish Senior Services is located at 4200 Park Ave in Bridgeport. The concert is from 2-3 pm that afternoon in Bennett Hall on the 1st floor.


Art of Trio with David Chevand Rex Cadwallader

Garner Recital Hall; Southern Connecticut State University, 501 Crescent Street, New Haven

Pianist and composer Rex Cadwallader and I have been giving concerts for the past couple of decades under the rubric of The Art of Trio: Intimate Jazz. For this series we invite a guest to improvise and play jazz with us. The spontaneity of our performances over the years has continued to grow. On Wednesday, September 28 we are going to spend an evening playing jazz with guitarist Jim Martin. Jim is a gifted jazz guitarist and teaches guitar at SCSU. Our concert is held at Southern Connecticut State university in Garner Recital Hall (also known as rm. EN-115B) and it begins at 7:30 p.m. Admission: $5 general admission, free for SCSU students, faculty and staff. Come enjoy the spontaneity of our jazz in one of the areas more acoustically resonant spaces, Garner Recital Hall.