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Tsliley Haud, Cambridge, MA, Nov 20

We are delighted to invite you to the Tsliley Haud 30th Anniversary Concert, to be held on Sunday, November 20, 2005, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. at Dionysos Greek Restaurant, 777 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA
02139 (At the Radisson Hotel). The evening will feature live song and dance Performances, open dancing, food and drinks available. Tickets are $25.00 at the door or $18 in advance (group and student discounts available).
For tickets & info contact Annette at (617) 738-5038. For directions call Dionysos at
(617)661-6800. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Brookline Community Center for the Arts (BCCA).

For the first time in Boston, join the highly acclaimed soloist Rami Danoch and friends, for an unforgettable evening of 30 years of Middle Eastern classics, including a special tribute to the legendary Zohar
Argov. Tsliley Haud will be accompanied by Middle Eastern dance entertainment by Johara, Dan Ben-Dror Marshall and friends. A full dinner menu, including traditional Greek delicacies and a cash bar will be available from Dionysos, who's venue is so appropriate for this show.
(Read a review of Dionysos @ http://www.hiddenboston.com/Dionysos.html).

Tsliley Haud, formed in 1974, was composed of singer, Rami Danoch, and guitarist, Yehuda Keissar. They performed at the local venues at Kiryat Uno, the Israeli city of their origin, where the two produced their first record, including the songs Chassida Tzchora, Laner Velivsamim, Chanale Itbalbela, Bezichri, and more. Although this record was meant
as a trial to gage the level of interest, it sold over 200,000 copies, with many of its songs topping the charts. That year, the group commenced an amazing performance tour throughout Israel, and was received with dizzying success. Tsliley Haud produced about ten more records, music videos and shirts, to their many admirers amongst the
Jewish communities around the world. The unifying aspect of Tsliley Haud was their authentic sound and their combining of East and West with traditional music and instruments and young and talented musicians that
would continue their parents' generation. The group featured a unique blend of religious, folk, and world music, many of which have become classic folk dances and standard Chafla (celebration) songs. In 1985 the group separated and some of the musicians moved abroad, while Rami Danoch continued to perform in Israel and around the world. Yehuda
Keissar composed for several singers including the late Zohar Argov. In 2003, after about 18 years, Tsliley Haud rejoined and embarked on a special and exciting comeback tour named, "Tsliley Haud, The Band Unification".

This event is brought to you and produced by HaKesher Magazine and the
Brookline Community Center for the Arts (BCCA), in conjunction with
Johara Snakedance Productions, and with special thanks to George
Kariotis of Dionysos.

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