When:
Saturday, April 8, 2017
8:00 PM

Location:
Antonello Hall, MacPhail Minneapolis

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Single Tickets
$25 adults, $15 seniors (ages 55 and older) and youth (ages 6 through 18)
Students receive special discounts - see below*


There is a pre-concert talk held before every show at 7:00 PM – learn more about the music and direction.

Witness the power and passion of Eastern European and Jewish Folk Music! This eclectic concert will showcase the virtuosity of Paul Schoenfield’s Klezmer-inspired trio, the transcendent Fantasy on a Yiddish Song by David Evan Thomas, old Ukrainian folk tunes passed on through generations, and the beloved Hungarian Dances by Brahms.

We’ll be joined by Impossible Salt, an imaginative and kinetic theater group specializing in folk stories and mythology. Actors will perform the Hungarian Dances with an exotic flair.

Traditional Ukranian Folk Music 
Peter Ostroushko, mandolin and voice

Paul Schoenfeld: Trio for clarinet, violin, and piano
Sarah Porwoll-Lee, clarinet; Marc Levine, violin; Irina Elkina, piano

David Evan Thomas: Fantasy on a Yiddish Song Oyfn Pripetchik
Andrea Leap, soprano; Marc Levine, violin; Irina Elkina, piano

Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances (selection)
Irina and Julia Elkina, pianos

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