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Klezmer ensemble Veretski Pass and clarinetist Joel Rubin present lecture/concert on Polish Jewish music

Contributed by Peter Silberman on 11/10/19 

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 On Friday, Nov. 15, at 7:30 pm in Textor 101, the Ithaca College Jewish Studies Program will present "The Making of Poyln: A Gilgul (Poland: A Metamorphosis)," a lecture/concert by the Klezmer ensemble Veretski Pass joined by clarinetist Joel Rubin.  

 The Klezmer trio Veretski Pass joined by clarinetist Joel Rubin will perform and explain their research into the Polish roots of Klezmer music.  In this presentation - part concert, part lecture and part discussion - Veretski Pass and Joel Rubin lay bare the surprising sources for their “Poyln: A Gilgul (Poland: A Metamorphosis)" project. With field and archival recordings and historic manuscripts, they demonstrate how they transformed both Jewish and Polish melodies into cohesive and colorful suites, peppered with lively and spiritual arrangements as well as their own compositions.  This project is the meeting of Jewish and Polish music - a missing link of the klezmer revival.  For more information see poyln.com.  

This presentation is free and open to the public.  For more information, please contact Peter Silberman at (607) 274-1496, psilberman@ithaca.edu, or see our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/402720247084599/

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact him by email or phone. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

 

 

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