New York spring gigs!
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Dear friends and colleagues,

I'll be performing in the City in the next couple of weeks

So I hope you can join at one of these events :

Roots n' Ruckus at Jalopy Theatre and School of Music
Wednesday March 18 at 10.30 PM

This will be a fun night with great artists (I'm a big fan of Tamar Korn!!) in a beautiful space !

9:00 - Pete Lanctot and the Stray Dogs
9:30 - Feral Foster
10:00 - Tamar Korn & Friends
10:30 - Pete Rushefsky, Eleonore Biezunski and Eleonore Weill
11:00 - Naomi Frank

No covers
315 Columbia Street Brooklyn, NY
Contemporary Yiddish Poetry Fest
Sunday March 22 at 1.30 PM

at Sholem Aleichem Cultural Center-Bronx

 With poets Zachary Sholem Berger and Yermiyahu Ahron Taub reading from their new publications, and a musical
program by the Parisian singer Eléonore Biezunski with accordionist Ilan Moss

Contribution: $3.50 / Members free

3301 Bainbridge Ave, Bronx, NY
Corner 208th street, nr. Montefiore Hospital. D train to 205th St. or 4 to Moshulu Parkway
I will also give a lecture at YIVO : Creating Songs in Boiberik: Singing Peace at “Felker Yontev”
(Max Weinreich Fellowship lecture - Joseph Kremen Memorial Fellowship in East European Jewish Music, Theater, and Arts)
March 26, 2015 at 3.30 PM
YIVO - Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street - NYC
Admission: Free
RSVP Required: | 212-294-8301 x5167

Details :
Lib'Ele Duo Present: The Yiddish-French Connection
Sunday March 29 at 2 PM
at YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
The event on facebook

French singers Eléonore Biezunski and Eléonore Weill team up as the ‘Lib’Ele Duo’ (The Dragonflies) to present this rare concert blending French and Yiddish music with special musical guest Pete Rushefsky.
Featuring Yiddish songs by French songwriter Jacques Grober, and translations of French songs into Yiddish, this concert also includes traditional Yiddish songs from various folklore collections and rare klezmer melodies from Romania, Ukraine, and beyond.

As a special treat, the Duo will perform excerpts from their new theatrical adaptation of Aaron Zeitlin’s mystical and image-rich poem, the Esoterishe Poem (1932), with director and puppeteer Jon Levin.

Purchase tickets here:

YIVO - Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street - NYC
Admission: General $12 | YIVO Members $8
Box Office: | 212-868-4444

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