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For Your Bar or Bat Mitzvah 

Thursday, Jan 29 2009
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In their U.S. premiere, Italy's Klezmerata Fiorentina (comprised of members of Florence's Orchestra del Maggio Musicale), perform chamber versions of klezmer music. Led by Kiev-born founder and violinist Igor Polesitsky, the ensemble blends Balkan, gypsy, Turkish, Ukrainian and Yiddish melodies in a program titled Zai Gezunt, Kalinindorf, named after the Kalinindorf Jewish shtetle in the Ukraine.
Thu., Feb. 5, 8 p.m., 2009
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