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From ragtime and jazz, to bluegrass and country, as well as pop, classical and multiple forms of ethnic folk music, new musical treasures await you.

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Eric Stein, leader of the MNjcc Klezmer Ensemble and Artistic Director of the Ashkenaz Festival, shares his knowledge and passion for the mandolin in a fun and interactive listening adventure using a wide range of recorded music. From ragtime and jazz, to bluegrass and country, as well as pop, classical and multiple forms of ethnic folk music, new musical treasures await you.

For more info email gretchena@mnjcc.org

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A Kultura Collective Member

In Partnership with:

Ashkenaz Festival

Start Date October 27, 2020

Closing Date December 8, 2020

Every 2 weeks On Tuesday from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM

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Online zoom

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$50.00 Taxes not included

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If accessibility options not listed, please contact the venue to confirm

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