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New Jewish Music fest in Brooklyn

George Robinson uses the start of a wonderful festival of new Jewish music in Brooklyn, taking place on weekends over the next month, to talk about where Jewish music is today in this week's Jewish Week. I get quoted, as does Seth Rogovoy and other luminaries.

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