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Humboldt Yiddish Music Festival Staff Pick

When: Sat., Feb. 22, 1 p.m. and Sun., Feb. 23, 11 a.m. 2020
Price: $20 per workshop, $25 concert, $70 advance all-events purchased by Feb. 21, free for kids 12 and under
Workshops, dance class and a concert featuring Lorin Sklamberg (Klezmatics), Craig Judelman and Sasha Lurje. Come listen, sing, dance, learn and eat at these two Jewish music events featuring traditional Klezmer music, Balkan, Jazz, Classical, Bluegrass and Folk. Festival will feature musicians Lorin Sklamberg (lead singer and co-foounder of the Grammy winning Klezmatics) on accordion and vocals, Sasha Lurje (Latvia) on vocals and dance and Craig Judelman. It will also feature Jewish music specialist Eleanor Shapiro, PhD. Weekend festival early-bird all-event tickets are $70, available at Wildberries and Tickets for individual workshops and concert are available at the door. Children 12 and under are free. Schedule: Sat 1-2:30 PM Workshop: Klezmer Revival 1975 to present: multimedia presentation by Eleanor Shapiro, PhD, Jewish Music Specialist Sat 3-6 PM Workshop: Klezmer for instrumentalists: an overview ( held at private home/studio-call Temple Beth El for location) Sat 7:30 PM Workshop: Participatory Yiddish Dance Instruction and Dance Party, with live music. Sun ll -12:30 AM Workshop: Participatory workshop on history and evolution of Yiddish song from shtetl to cabaret to musical theatre Sun 2 PM Concert: Love Death and Revolution: Yiddish Songs, Dance Music and Stories by the Klezmatics frontman and two of Europe's leading Klezmer performers.



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