Sheba Ensemble
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Sheba Ensemble

New York City, New York, United States

New York City, New York, United States
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"Sheba Ensemble"

“A delightful all female Jewish music group" demonstrating "virtuosic skill" and "elegant musicianship.”
- South Miami News

"“An amazing and emotional experience…a must see concert for all!”"

“An amazing and emotional experience…a must see concert for all!”
- Gregory Singer Violins


Wherever You Will Go

Sheba (2009)

Both singles had radio airplay on Radio J France, Radio Shalom France, Radio Centre-Ville Montreal, and Radio Haifa.



The South Miami News hailed the Sheba Ensemble as “a delightful all female Jewish music group” demonstrating “virtuosic skills” and “elegant musicianship.” Based in New York City, the group creates a unique and contemporary sound by combining pop, world music, and jazz with Jewish music. Sheba's repertoire mixes arrangements of traditional songs with original music, borrowing from various folk music styles including Middle Eastern, Yiddish, Israeli and Ladino. The members of Sheba combine their love of Jewish music with virtuosity and classical training from the world's leading music conservatories. Sheba is comprised of a vocalist, flutist, violinist, cellist, and pianist.

Sheba has performed concerts in Florida, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, and France. Media appearances include a television segment on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network, Radio J France, and Radio Centre-Ville Montreal. Sheba is the ensemble-in-residence at Temple Shaaray Tefila in Bedford Hills, NY. The ensemble has also collaborated with artists including award-winning violinist Mark O’Connor, Noah Solomon (SoulFarm), and pianists Anyssa Neumann and Natalie T

Meet the Members:
SHIREE Kidron, in addition to being Shabbat and High Holy Day cantorial soloist at Beth Israel Congregation since September, 2008, has toured with the Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra in the Ukraine, and has appeared with the Ludwig Symphony in Atlanta, the Pacific Opera Group in Carnegie Hall, and the Folksbiene- Yiddish Theater at the City University of New York (CUNY). She was acclaimed by The New York Times for the title role of Beauty in the Manhattan School of Music’s production of Louis Spohr’s Beauty and the Beast.

ALICIA Kravitz made her professional debut recital at Carnegie Hall in 2007 and has been a prize winner in numerous music competitions. An accomplished orchestral flutist, she has served as principal flutist in the Kurt Masur Conducting Institute in New York City and the Deutsche-Skandinavische Jugend Philharmonie in Berlin, Germany. She has attended several national music festivals and performs regularly with the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony and the Camerata Notturna Orchestra in New York.

GABRIELLE Fink has performed and taught at music festivals in the United States and abroad, collaborating with such artists as Robert Mann, Jaime Laredo, Ani Kafavian, Aaron Rosand, Glenn Dicterow, and Mark O’Connor. She has performed solo and chamber music across the United States and in Poland during the 2000 March of the Living. She played solo violin in the Dream Works film Ghost Town. Currently a member of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas and the Miami Symphony, she previously performed with the New World Symphony and as a member of the Hyperion String Quartet.

LEAT Sabbah has appeared as a soloist with the Deutsche-Skandinavische Jugend Philharmonie, State Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Kiev Pop Symphonic Orchestra, Naumberg Orchestral Series, and the Chernigiv Philharmonic Orchestra, performing in venues from Carnegie Hall and the Berlin Philharmonie to the U.S. Open. She moves fluidly through the classical, pop, Middle Eastern, and folk musical genres, composing and arranging for the Sheba Ensemble

GILLIAN Berkowitz has been a pianist for numerous Broadway and Off- Broadway shows, including Billy Elliot, 9-5 the Musical, Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia, Wicked, Xanadu, Drowsy Chaperone, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Boy from Oz, Tarzan, and Aida. She has also been the music director/supervisor for several Theatreworks USA productions, as well as a much-in-demand accompanist and rehearsal pianist.