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Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival, Apr 19-21

The Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival, a new annual concert series devoted to Jewish-themed classical music, will debut this spring. The festival is founded by cellist Aron Zelkowicz and will feature musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and guests. This year's theme is "A Vanished World", an exploration of Jewish culture in Eastern Europe at the beginning of the twentieth century

Monday, April 19, 2004 8:00pm
admission free
Levy Hall, Rodef Shalom Congregation
4905 Fifth Ave.
"An Evening of Jewish Song"
with Mimi Lerner and Aron Zelkowicz
(presented in conjunction with Music at Rodef Shalom):

Tickets available from ProArts at (412)394-3353 or proartstickets.org


are these folks doing another festival? i cant find a website or contact info for them. anybody know anything?

Atzilut: Concerts for Peace

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