“..Exemplifies the attempt to bring a centuries-old language and culture into the contemporary world.” (New York Times)
“…The voice that reminds us most of a reincarnated Molly Picon. ” (Ari Davidow, Klezmer Shack)
“…Sung gorgeously“. Seth Rogovoy, Forward.
A fluent Yiddish speaker and scholar, Miryem-Khaye has performed, lectured and taught throughout the United States and internationally, including at Klez Kamp, Klez Kanada, Yiddish New York, Yiddish Australia , Seminarium języka i kultury jidys (Poland), La Kehile (La Comunidad Ashkenazí de México), Sveriges Jiddisch Forbünd (Sweden), and Teatrul Evreiesc de Stat (Bucharest, Romania), among others.
She’s appeared with the Folksbiene (National Yiddish Theatre), New Yiddish Rep, and Hankus Netsky‘s Hebrew National Salvage, and shared the stage with many other luminaries of the Yiddish and klezmer scene.
Toyznt tamen = A thousand flavors (2015) is her first solo album.
In 2016, Miryem-Khaye received a Folks Arts Apprenticeship from the New York State Council of the Arts to study with master Yiddish song teacher/performer/composer Joshua Waletzky, through the Center for Traditional Music and Dance.