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Apart from Western classical music, there is Ravi Shankar's daughter Anoushka, now a distinguished sitarist in her own right, klezmer band Kol Simcha and a substantial jazz contingent.
Despite its themes, the movie isn't afraid to be mainstream in its appeal: Several flashbacks to the couple's high times in Billie's Berlin niterie (with Tabatabai performing songs by Swiss Klezmer musicians Kol Simcha) maintain entertainment value while reminding the viewer of the protagonists' background.
From the wildly joyous to the exotically dark, deep and sad, Kol Simcha celebrates life in all its extremes.
However, it was only in Didy Veldman's Kol Simcha (Voice of Celebration), to klezmer music by Adam Gorb, that the dancers could show their mettle as individuals.
Adam Gorb, the genial and refreshingly open composer-host, contributed his Kol Simcha Suite, a teeming Klezmer-style party-piece where one expected a Topol or a Ron Moody to leap up and burst into oy-veh song.
The orchestra gave its own matinee concert, "Music, Song and Dance," performing onstage for the London premiere of company member Didy Veldman's Kol Simcha ("Voice of Celebration") to music by British composer Adam Gorb.
Hot stuff: Percussion wizard Orlando Poleo, left, and the tantalisingly brief Kol Simcha, two Jazz Festival highlights.
On Thursday night, Swiss band Kol Simcha turned up, not exactly winning the best deal from the jazz festival.