[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Yale Strom, Elizabeth Schwartz & Adam Del Monte in Concert in Los Angeles, Dec. 5

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Dec. 3, 2009

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Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 17:38:47 -0500
From: ericarthur at aol.com
Subject: Strom & Schwartz & Del Monte concert in Los Angeles, Dec. 5

Yale Strom, Elizabeth Schwartz & Adam Del Monte in Concert
  Saturday, December 5th @ 8 pm

Arbeter Ring, 1525 S. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif.

Pre-Khaneke Concert with Your Favorite Klezmer Musicians!

Don't miss a chance to hear Yale Strom, Elizabeth Schwartz, and renowned 
guitarist Adam Del Monte in an initimate pre-Khaneke concert. Yale and 
Elizabeth know
how to bring down the house, with a real yidishe tam (Yiddish flavor).

An award-winning musician, author, filmmaker and scholar, this 
maverick does so many things with such great skill and vision that [Yale 
Strom] is in a league of his own.~@~] -George Varga, music critic of the 
San Diego Union-Tribune

Schwartz's smoky tones could single-handedly revive the magic of 
Yiddish songs.  Like the pied-piper, she draws you in to the nuances and 
beauty of the music.
-San Diego Jewish Journal

Gifted musicians, crusaders for Jewish song and culture, Yale, Elizabeth 
and Adam will wow you with a holiday concert to be remembered. You'll come 
for the music, but stay for the hilarious shtik and the spirit that will 
have you up and dancing! $15 for Arbeter Ring members, $20 for the public, 
reservations recommended!

Located at 1525 S. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, Arbeter Ring 
(Workmen~@~Ys Circle) has been active in Southern California since 1908, 
dedicated to Jewish culture and social justice. For more information about 
the Ring and its activities call 310.552.2007 or e-mail 
circle at circlesocal.org.
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