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Israeli and Sephardic music spiced with jazz

Shakshuka has had the privilege to collaborate with many different people over the past 10+ years including musicians, producers, organizations and clergy.  The result has been some great relationships and exposure to a variety of music and influences. 

Following is a listing of our recordings along with video excerpts from a live concert from Jewish TV Network.

It’s All Relative, 2007

In our latest effort Shakshuka expands and stretches out with our expanded family (literally) of musicians

 

ad halom, 2001

A studio recording which gave us the opportunity to collaborate with some fabulous musicians including Paul Wertico, multi-Grammy winner and former drummer of the Pat Metheny group.  This also kicked off a great relationship with producer, musician and friend Stuart Rosenberg (no relation) and Mike Konopka, a fabulous engineer with whom we have had the privilege to work on multiple projects.

 

Shakshuka Live In Concert, 1998

Our first recording of a live Shakshuka concert at Beth Tikvah Congregation when Shakshuka was a trio.

 

Simchat Shabbat, Friday Night Services at Congregation B’nai Tikvah, 2005

Shakshuka has had the opportunity to participate in the role of leading Friday Night musical Kabbalat Shabbat services at a number of both reform and conservative synagogues.  This has truly been a blessing for us. We did a recording of the service we do at Congregation B’nai Tikvah (where Rachel also serves as the Ritual Director).

 

The Spirit of Passover-Voices of the Conservative Movement, 2005.

We have collaborated with many cantors, clergy and musicians.  We recorded and contributed a cut on this Conservative movement Passover CD with Hazzans Steve Stoehr and Alan Smolen.

 

Sunshine and Jewish Stars– 10th Annual Greater Chicago Jewish Folk Arts Festival, Jewish P.O.C.E.T 2000

We have performed at the Festivals over the past 10 years and our performance  was included on the recording from the 10th annual festival CD.

 

Shakshuka Live

Lollapajewza Concert

Performances from

The Jewish TV Network

 

Zman L’ahava

 

Gesher Tzar

 

Tzadik Katamar