Giora Feidman, also known as "The King of Klezmer", is undoubtedly one of the most renowned Klezmer musicians in the world. His career spans decades and includes impressive milestones.
75th stage anniversary
Giora Feidman has been playing around 150 concerts a year for many years, with most of his performances taking place in Germany. His musical journey began in the early 1970s in New York, where he celebrated his first successes as a soloist. Since 1984 he has also been extremely successful in Central Europe and has built up a loyal fan base here.
In Germany in particular, he became known to a wide audience through the musical "Ghetto", which impressively presented his impressive musical talent. In addition, Giora Feidman has made musical contributions to German films such as "Beyond Silence" by Caroline Link and "Comedian Harmonists" by Joseph Vilsmaier.
In 1985 he released his first LP in Germany entitled "Viva el Klezmer". Since then he has released more than 40 CDs and is planning further musical projects.
For his extraordinary contributions to reconciliation between Jews and Germans, Giora Feidman received numerous awards, including the Echo Klassik and the Federal Cross of Merit. His musical contribution to Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning film Schindler's List also adds to his impressive musical legacy.