Greenbaum performs with violin, cymbalom and bass to bring the flute back to life in the traditional small klezmer ensemble. The original sounds of the wood flute were heard throughout Eastern Europe in the mid-nineteenth century until “louder” instruments such as clarinet and trumpet “edged” this beautiful sound out of the shtetl bands. Seth Rogovoy (author, "The Essential Klezmer: A Music Lover's Guide to Jewish Roots and Soul Music") stated it best: "I can't think of a stronger case being made for the flute as an essential klezmer instrument (besides the historical fact that Old World kapelyes often included flutes) than Adrianne Greenbaum's spirited playing...” Repertoire is culled from Beregovsky, Kostokowsky, plus Greenbaum's own tunes composed in traditional dance forms.

“FleytMuzik” is a new traditional klezmer ensemble that moves the soul, delights the spirit, and amazes the listener with technical prowess and soulful musicianship unmatched by most klezmer ensembles performing today.

You may also book FleytMuzik for your celebration, be it a wedding, Bar/Bat Mitzvah or any corporate or private event. Ceremonies and cocktail hours are particularly enhanced by the beautiful, warm yet lively sounds of this ensemble. We have many ideas that will delight so give us a call!