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Tonight, NYC: Klezmer Ensemble open house at Workmen's Circle led by Jeff Warschauer

The Workmen's Circle Klezmer Ensemble will be having a free open house tonight, April 20, from 7-9 PM Jeff WarschauerLed by famed klezmer musician Jeff Warschauer Play wonderful music while making new friends and having a great time! The free open house will be followed by six paid sessions Tuesdays from 7-9 PM: April 27 May 4, 11, and 25 June 1, 8, and 15 (no class on 5/18 because of Shavuot)
  • Open to all instrumentalists who play and read music at at least an intermediate level
  • Study with an internationally recognized master instructor
  • Learn tunes from the diverse klezmer tradition
  • Develop tools for improvisation
Single session class fee: $30. $25 for Workmen's Circle members. Sessions will take place at the Workmen's Circle, 45 East 33 Street, Manhattan (between Park and Madison). Jeff Warschauer (guitar, mandolin, vocals) Internationally renowned as an instrumentalist, Yiddish singer and teacher. He is a member of the Strauss/Warschauer Duo, and was a long-time member of the Klezmer Conservatory Band. Jeff is Artistic Director of KlezKanada, is on the faculty of Columbia University, and has just begun graduate studies in the cantorial program at the Jewish Theological Seminary. For more information, please contact Sara Lerman at (212) 889-6800 ext. 252 www.circle.org