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Klezmerpalooza 2002 at Yale, Feb 24

Klezmerpalooza is an annual intercollegiate festival of Jewish music that began in 1999. This year will feature two very exciting events. First, Henry Sapoznik will lead a masterclass workshop, free and open to the public at 10am-12pm in the Branford College Common Room, 74 High Street, at Yale University. Second, the klezmer bands from Yale, Columbia, Princeton, and Brown will play together at Toad's Place in downtown New Haven (300 York St.). Tickets to the concert are $10 for non-students, and students get in free. www.yale.edu/klezmer/Klezmerpalooza/

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