Boston Public Library Yiddish Concert (April 23rd – Thursday at 2:00 p.m.)

March 14, 2009 at 3:55 am Leave a comment

Come join us for an afternoon of  Yiddish folksongs and instrumental works with composer/performers Rebecca Kaplan & Pete Rushefsky. This singer and tsimblist duo, both of whom have studied the original style of Yiddish traditional music extensively, are known for their ability to preserve the authenticity of the Yiddish folk sound while at the same time bringing their own personal style to the table for added musical interest. This musician pair is well-known throughout the Northeast, making appearances  at the New England Folk Festival, Eastman School of Music World Music Festival, and the Cental New York Jewish Music and Culture Festival. Their music has also been featured on the radio and they have recorded an album entitled On the Paths: Yiddish Songs with Tsimbl (Review)

Concert details:

Where: Boston Public Library @ Copley Square

Venue: Rabb Lecture Hall (Ground floor of the Johnson Building)

When: Thursday, April 23rd @ 2:00 p.m.

Admission: Free to all

For additional info. contact: 617 – 536 – 5400 / x2339

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Entry filed under: Concerts, Local Artists.

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