Genres

Our versatile team of musicians and arrangers can tailor the ideal programme of music for your event and we work closely with our clients and within budget, to meet the exact requirements for the event.

We specialise in Jazz, Swing, Jewish music and Eastern European Gypsy and Balkan music.  Have a listen to get an idea of the music we can provide to create the perfect atmosphere.

Rockin in Rhythm
The Boomtown Swingalings
Begin the Beguine
The Boomtown Swingalings
All of me
Shulman's Jazz Quartet
Simcha Medley
Shulmans Klezmer and Swing
Liberdich und Freylach
Shulmans Klezmer and Swing
Joseph Joseph
Shulmans Klezmer and Swing
Bai Mir Bis Du Shein
Shulmans Klezmer and Swing
Hora Stoccato
Shulmans Klezmer and Swing
Dance Hora
Shulmans Klezmer and Swing
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With a degree in jazz studies from the Royal Academy, band leader, saxophonist and clarinettist Dave Shulman is well versed in the traditions of this diverse genre.

In addition to the Boomtown jazz combos on offer, we can also provide jazz duos or trios playing traditional swing as well as dinner jazz options in the form of duos, trios and quartets.

Musical director and band leader Dave Shulman has over ten years experience playing for Jewish Weddings and Bar/Batmitzvahs, taking to the stage from a young age with his parent's Klezmer band before going on to start his own group. Shulman's Klezmer band can perform high energy dance sets for any kind of Party or Simcha playing Israeli Horas as well as Eastern European Ashkanazi Klezmer.

Have a listen to the the Shulman's Gypsy Swing style. Regulars at the UK's premier Gypsy Swing venue the Quecumbar, their repertoire embraces the music of Django Rhinehart as well as classic swing hits from the likes of the legendary Barry sisters among others.

As always, ensemble size and line up can be varied to suit the occasion.

Have a listen here to the Shulman's Klezmer band playing a Hungarian number. We can provide ensmbles ranging from a duo to a five piece band playing Gypsy music from across the Balkans, from a Hungarian Czardas to a Romanian Geamparalle or Bulgarian Kopanitza.