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ONLINEJLive Music: Hankus Netsky

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Hankus Netsky (Courtesy photo)
Dr. Hankus Netsky (Courtesy photo)

With four uncles and a grandfather who were Jewish wedding musicians and a great-grandfather who was a Yiddish theater performer, Hankus Netsky has Jewish music in his blood.

A gifted multi-instrumentalist, composer and scholar, Hankus is the co-chair of the Contemporary Improvisation Department at the New England Conservatory of Music. However, he may be best known as the founder of Klezmer Conservatory Band and a cornerstone of the Yiddish/klezmer revival in America. An emeritus member of the JArts Board of Directors, Hankus has been a powerful advocate for Jewish music and culture, both locally and internationally. He has been an important collaborator with such artists as Itzhak Perlman, Robin Williams, Joel Grey and Theodore Bikel.

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