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Frank London's "Glass House Project" debuts

"The Glass House Project" Three concerts in NY & DC recreate the musical culture of Hungarian Jewish communities destroyed by the Holocaust Grammy Award-winning trumpeter FRANK LONDON (of The Klezmatics) brings together a supergroup of jazz/world/folk virtuosi from Hungary & NYC Working from meticulously reconstructed scores & archival records of long forgotten folk songs, performances range from the reverential to the decidedly experimental THE GLASS HOUSE ENSEMBLE: from Hungary MIKLÓS LUKÁCS, cimbalon BÉLA ÁGOSTON, winds SZIRTES EDINA MÓKUS, singer ÁRON SZÉKELY, kontra KATA HARSÁCZKI, singer from NYC FRANK LONDON, trumpet PABLO ASLAN, bass RICHIE BARSHAY, drums ARAM BAJAKIAN, guitar JAKE SHULMAN-MENT, violin Tuesday, May 27, 7:00 pm Museum of Jewish Heritage 36 Battery Pl, New York City Free Admission Wednesday, May 28, 6:00 pm John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Terrace Theater 2700 F St NW, Washington, DC Free Admission