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Lots of Jewish music around Passover

The KlezmerCalendar, which has long spilled over and beyond Klezmer music has listings for an incredible variety of music around the world happening before and after the forthcoming Passover holiday. Events range from the New England Conservatory's Jewish Music Ensemble, playing tonight in Boston, to a conference on Jewish Music at Yale this weekend, to a klezmer in Geneva Switzerland and a lively Sephardic Mimouna celebration in Connecticut to end the Passover season. Do check out the calendar, www.klezmershack.com/klezcalendar.html for details on these events, and for the growing plethora of Jewish music events listed from around the world, all year long. Stay tuned, too. Sometime in the next few months we're hoping to introduce a new calendar that will make it easier to find and to be informed about specific types of events in specific locations.