Incorporating the sounds and rhythms of Jewish music from many parts of the
world, The Rebbe’s Orkestra brings a unique style to Judaic music including: Klezmer–the secular Jewish instrumental dance music of Eastern Europe, instrumental
pieces from the Middle-East, folk songs in many languages including Yiddish, Ladino (Judeo-Spanish), Hebrew, Arabic and Romany
(the language of the Roma/Gypsies), traditional fiddle tunes and songs from New Mexico, as well as traditional music from
the Mediterranean and the Balkans. Recording and performing in the southwest
since 1996, The Rebbe’s Orkestra has been exploring the ways in which Jewish people have interacted with surrounding
musical traditions over the centuries to produce music which is unique and uplifting. From Spain to Iraq, Poland to the Mediterranean: The Rebbe's Orkestra plays
tunes and songs as widely divergent as the geography and yet with surprisingly similar themes.