Klezmer Brunch at the Ginhaus with FiddleBox

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Klezmer Brunch at the Ginhaus with FiddleBox – Sunday April 29th 11:00 

Book Tickets: Free Event

‘Klezmer Bagel Brunch’ with violin and accordion.

Fiddlebox are delighted to be teaming up with Ginhaus to offer a stylish and cultural way to start Sunday morning at the festival, feeding both body and soul. Whilst the Ginhaus team put on a special brunch dish of Bagels with Smoked salmon and cream cheese Fiddlebox will serenade you with beautiful music from the Klezmer Eastern European tradition. This is art music from the mid 19th and early 20th century, filled with heart and also infectiously toe tapping. Find us at 

Ginhaus deli aspires to be the best delicatessen in Wales with a huge selection of Welsh and world-wide products including cheeses, wines, olives, artisan breads and charcuterie along with an impressive collection of premium gins.

Bydd y Ginhaus yn darparu bagel frecinio gyda samwn a chaws tra bydd Fiddlebox yn eich  diddanu gyda cherddoriaeth o draddodiad Dwyrain Ewropeaidd Klezmer. Cerddoriaeth gelfydd yw hon o ganol y 19eg ganrif i ddechrau’r 20fed ganrif sy’n llawn hwyl a churo’r troed.


Fiddlebox are Helen Adam (the fiddle) and George Whitfield (the box) on accordion. They appear all over the world as party starters, concert givers, strolling minstrels and creative facilitators.

Their set mixes up Welsh dance music, Klezmer, (the traditional music of the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe), MedievalIcelandic, Sephardic, Bluegrass, Irish and Cajun tunes, with songs old and new from near and far. Both writers as well as performers, they aim to share their musical passions in rocking performances that will encourage you to dance as well as touch your heartstrings. Three albums in, they are releasing their fourth later this

‘very, very, very talented….’ Frank Henessey, BBC Radio Wales

‘It’s a great record’ BB Skone Radio Pembrokeshire

‘the first notes sent chills through my heart…. like an ancient Hebrew prayer’ Dan Bloom -Taiwan based journalist.

‘A Jewish fiddler from Wales (GB) has put a new spin on that old time Klezmer beat’. San Diego Jewish World.

‘They completely won over the audience!’  Llantrisant folk club

‘Passionate, cinematic instrumentals on fiddle and box….’Rock and Reel’



Aelodau Fiddlebox yw Helen Adam (ffidil) a George Whitfield (acordion). Maent yn ymddangos ar draws y byd mewn partïon a chyngherddau, fel cleryddon a hwyluswyr creadigol. Yn ogystal â pherfformio, mae’r ddau’n cyfansoddi, maent yn ceisio rhannu eu brwdfrydedd cerddorol mewn perfformiadau bydd yn eich annog i ddawnsio a chyffwrdd â llinynnau’ch calon. Maent eisoes wedi cyhoeddi tair record hir ac ar fin rhyddhau’r bedwaredd.

‘Talentog iawn, iawn, iawn.’ Frank Henessey, BBC Radio Wales

‘Mae’n record arbennig.’ BB Skone Radio Sir Benfro