Dudu Fisher, along with an exciting 8 piece "Klezmorim" band will take you on a journey emoting happiness and longing, sadness and laughter. The original and lively musical arrangements will suit lovers of folklore music of every generation around the world. The music is a combination of Yiddish with Gypsy eastern European beats. An authentic Yiddish Klezmer show with an amazing live klezmer band, and the outstanding voice of Dudu Fisher. In 2009-2010 The Singing Klezmer performed 50 Concerts in Israel only with raving reviews.
About Dudu Fisher
Dudu Fisher is known throughout the world for his stirring performance as Jean Valjean in the hit show "Les Miserables," but his career began in his native country Israel many years before.
After three years of service in the Israel defense forces, Fisher studied at the Tel Aviv academy of music and studied privately with some of the great cantors of the previous generation. He was only 22 when he was invited to become the Cantor of the Great Synagogue of Tel Aviv. Along with his synagogue duties, Fisher also traveled throughout the world, bringing traditional Hassidic, Yiddish and Cantorial music to new audiences. During a trip to London in 1986, he happened to see a performance of the musical "Les Miserables." It was an event that changed his life. When word was released of the show's forthcoming production in Hebrew, Fisher knew that he had to audition for the show. The fact that he had absolutely no experience working in the theater did not deter him for a moment. In true Broadway musical fashion, the British director of the Israeli version, Stephen Pimlot, chose the inexperienced Fisher for the lead role of Jean Valjean. The rest is history. "Les Miz" became the longest running show in Israel and Fisher became a superstar. His stardom is not limited to Israel. In 1988 he was invited to London to take part in a royal command performance hosted by the queen of England. The performance was a special version 0f "Les Miz," featuring artists from the many "Les Miz" productions playing around the world. From there, the play's producer, Cameron Mackintosh, invited Fisher to play the role of Jean Valjean on Broadway and London's West End.
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