KlezmerQuerque 2015, February 13th-15th

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2015Jake RomaskaPICJake Shulman-Ment: Violin and Yiddish Song

Born in New York City, violinist Jake Shulman-Ment is among the leaders of a new generation of Klezmer and Eastern European folk music performers. He has performed and recorded internationally with Daniel Kahn and the Painted Bird, Di Naye Kapelye, Adrian Receanu, The Other Europeans, Frank London, Duncan Sheik, David Krakauer, Alicia Svigals, Michael Alpert, Deborah Strauss, Jeff Warschauer, Adrienne Cooper, Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys and many more.

An internationally in-demand teacher, Jake has been a faculty member of New York’s Henry Street Settlement, KlezKamp, KlezKanada, Klezmer Paris, the Krakow Jewish Culture Festival, Yiddish Summer Weimar, and other festivals around the globe. An avid traveler, Jake has made several extended journeys to collect, study, perform, and document traditional folk music in Hungary, Romania, and Greece. In 2010 Jake received a Fulbright research grant to collect, study, perform, and document traditional music in Romania. 

His wide range of styles includes klezmer, classical, Romanian, Hungarian, Gypsy, and Greek. His classical music experience has consisted of performances with orchestras and chamber music groups throughout New York and New England, as well as study with internationally renowned concert artist Gerald Beal and widely acclaimed violin pedagogue Joey Corpus. 

Jake has created, directed, and performed music for a number of theater pieces, including several shows with theatrical wizard Jenny Romaine of Great Small Works, and the Folksbiene Yiddish Theater. He co-founded and regularly performs at “Tantshoyz,” New York's monthly Yiddish dance party sponsored by the Center for Traditional Music and Dance, and is frequently invited to accompany dance workshops led by Yiddish dance master and world-renowned ethnomusicologist Walter Zev Feldman.

Jake’s debut solo CD, A Redele (A Wheel) (Oriente Musik, 2012) was nominated for the German Record Critics’ Award.  http://www.jakeshulmanment.com/

Benjy Fox-Rosen: Bass Violin and Yiddish Song  

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Benjy Fox-Rosen is a singer, bassist and composer creating new Jewish music. Ranging from re-imaginings of Yiddish art songs to original settings of the poetry of Krakow's Mordechai Gebirtig, Fox-Rosen's music has received critical acclaim from around the globe. Hailed by The Forward as "one of the rising stars in the Yiddish music scene",  Fox-Rosen performs with many of the living legends of the so-called Klezmer Revival.

Fox-Rosen has performed at Celebrate Brooklyn (USA), the Chicago World Music Festival (USA), the Speigeltent at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (UK), KlezMORE Festival (AU), as well as venues throughout the Americas and Europe. He has taught workshops at Klezkamp, Klezkanada, The New England Conservatory, Krakow's famed Jewish Festival, The Vilnius Yiddish Institute and many other festivals.

Fox-Rosen was the recipient of a Fulbright research grant for 2012-2013 to Chisinau, Moldova where he was immersed in the shared musical languages of Yiddish and Moldovan music.  In 2012 Fox-Rosen was the recipient of a New York State Council for the Arts 'Folk Apprenticeship' grant to study with master Yiddish singer/composer Joshua Waletsky.

Fox-Rosen has recently relocated from Brooklyn, NY to Vienna, Austria, where he can combine his love of Yiddish music with his passion for Apfelstrudel.

http://www.benjyfoxrosen.com/

Special Guest Michael Alpert!  

Michael Alpert (born 1955) is a klezmer singer and multi-instrumentalist and has been called a key figure in the klezmer revival of the 1970s and 1980s.  He has played in a number of groups since that time, including Brave Old World, the New York Bandura EnsembleKhevrisaKapelye, and also with clarinetist David Krakauer and bandurist Julian Kytasty. He is also a noted teacher of Yiddish folkdance and has worked to see dance retake its traditional place in klezmer music.

accordianAlpert has travelled in Eastern Europe and the Americas to find and learn from older musicians.  He has been credited for reviving the use of rhythm "sekund" fiddling in klezmer music, an important aspect of traditional klezmer string bands which had fallen out of use in the revival.

Alpert was musical director of the PBS special Itzhak Perlman: In the Fiddler's House.  We're excited to welcome him to KlezmerQuerque 2015!

 

PLUS-ABQ's own klezmer & Judaic ensemble:

The Rebbe's Orkestra

rebbes781Incorporating the sounds and rhythms of Jewish music from many parts of the world, The Rebbe's Orkestra brings a unique style to Klezmer–the Jewish instrumental dance music of Eastern Europe. The band's repertoire also includes instrumental pieces from the Middle-East, folk songs in Yiddish, Ladino (Judeo-Spanish), Hebrew, Arabic and Romanes (the language of the Roma/ Gypsies), Israeli folk dance tunes, traditional fiddle tunes and songs from New Mexico, as well as traditional music from the Mediterranean and the Balkans. Recording and performing throughout the southwest since 1996, The Rebbe's Orkestra has been exploring the ways in which Jewish people have interacted with surrounding musical traditions over the centuries to produce music which is uplifting and uniquely Jewish. From Spain to Iraq, Poland to the Mediterranean: The Rebbe's Orkestra plays tunes and songs as widely divergent as the geography and yet with surprisingly similar themes that would make any Rebbe kvell and dance with joy.

Band members of The Rebbe's Orkestra are:

  • Beth Cohen-violin/mandolin/banjo/vocals;
  • Barbara Friedman-bass/tambura/vocals;
  • Randy Edmunds-guitar/tambura/vocals; and
  • Debo Orlofsky-accordion/vocals.

Often appearing with the ensemble is percussionist Mary Masuk & dance leaders from 'Rikud' Yiddish dance troupe.

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THE REBBE'S ORKESTRA celebrated the release of its first CD at KlezmerQuerque 2010: "Klezmer y Mas"!!
Available at KlezmerQuerque.

 

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Yiddish Dancemaster Steve Weintraub returns to Klezmerquerque!

2015Steve2Steve Weintraub is a teacher, choreographer, and performer of Jewish dance, particularly Yiddish dance, the dance to klezmer music.

Born on Governor's Island, Bar Mitzvahed in the Bronx, and living now in Philadelphia, Steven Lee Weintraub received his dance training in Manhattan with Alvin Ailey and Erick Hawkins, among others. He is in international demand as a teacher of traditional Yiddish dance at festivals and workshops including Klezkamp, Klezkanada, and festivals in Krakow, Furth, Paris and London to name a few. Steven delights in introducing people to the figures, steps and stylings of the dances that belong to Klezmer music. He has often been called the “Pied Piper of Yiddish Dance”; his years of experience leading and researching Yiddish dance allow him to quickly weave dancers and music together in astonishing ways. Young and old, from all backgrounds, find it easy to share in the joy of Yiddish dancing.

From Steve’s web site – his comments and feelings about Yiddish dance:

What is Yiddish Dance?   Yiddish dance is a modern name for what would once have just been called "Jewish dancing" in Ashkenazy communities. It's the way European and American Jews danced before the creation and dissemination of Israeli dance. The dance is more concerned with patterns in space and personal style than elaborate footwork. It has some elements in common with square dancing, but also borrows from other European folk styles, particularly Russian, Polish, and Romanian.

Is Yiddish dance hard?   No! Much of what I do is just like follow-the-leader, but based on well researched traditional dance forms. These forms have evolved to the point where people resonate with the dancing on a deep emotional level.

Will young people enjoy it?   People, particularly young people, will go where the fun is. When their investment of time and attention gets a big fun payback, they become very enthusiastic participants.

Dance as a fast track to creating bonds of relationship: 
I’ve seen it over and over – a crowd of people, some friends, some strangers, slightly nervous but filled with a guarded anticipation. The music begins, some simple follow-the-leader activities, and in a very short time people are grinning, their eyes are sparkling, and they are really seeing each other in a warm way.

Whether you are Jewish or not, there is something in the DNA of Yiddish dance and the klezmer music that accompanies it that has a natural resonance for all sorts of people. From children to seniors, there is a way of taking part and celebrating.   In no time at all, people have a radically enjoyable shared experience that they will remember and talk about for a long time. I’ve spent over two decades creating this kind of experience for people from every background in the US, Canada and throughout Europe.

Click on tabs above for more details.  Download complete schedule here.  All events take place at Nahalat Shalom, 3606 Rio Grande Blvd. NW, ABQ, NM 87107, (505) 343-8227   Download  registration form   

Friday night February 13th 6:00-9:30pm "Der Freylekher Shabbes" FESTIVAL OPENING CELEBRATION:

At 6:00PM enjoy the SPECIAL ½ hour FAMILY EVENT with Yiddish Dance Master Steve Weintraub: “Awesome and Easy Jewish Stunts and Dances.”   Dancing at a simcha is not only images 2a pleasure, it is also a mitzvah, and to dance is something like bringing a gift to those celebrating. Learn to show off with the Bottle Dance, and be part of a Human Roulette Wheel and the Crushing Walls!  Recommended minimum age is 7 years old. (All ages welcome, but the real little ones might not have the attention span to really get all the details. . .)

Dancing at Klezmerquerque 2006Then celebrate Der Freylekher Shabbes with everyone:  A joyous participatory danced Shabbat service in an ‘heimishe’ (homey) old-country Eastern European style led by Nahalat Shalom’s cantorial soloist & music director Beth Cohen with Alavados holy days band & Rikud dance troupe.  At 7:15, we'll share a potluck vegetarian dinner – bring something without meat and/or meat products to share for dinner.  After the meal, dance to klezmer dance music by New Mexico’s favorite klezmer band for over 20 years: The Rebbe’s Orkestra.  At 8:00, Special Guest Artists Benjy Fox-Rosen, Jake Shulman-Ment & Steve Weintraub perform, followed by Yiddish dancing led by Steve Weintraub to the music of The Nahalat Shalom Community Klezmer Band.

FREE & OPEN TO ALL. Donations welcome ($18.00 suggested).    Join us for ALL or any part of the evening’s celebrations!  

Saturday Feb 14th  10am-noon, Shabbes Koydesh Service:

Led by Nahalat Shalom’s cantorial soloist & music director Beth Cohen with Alavados Holy Days band, and members of the Nahalat Shalom Community.  Daven with traditional nusach, nigunnim, prayers in Yiddish, and joyous contemporary melodies in English, Hebrew & Ladino...dancing is always welcome! Service followed by a short Kiddush Oneg.    FREE & OPEN TO ALL. Donations welcome ($18.00 suggested).

(Saturday Feb. 14th 2-4pm, Private Master classes for the Community Klezmer Band and Rikud)

Saturday Feb 14th 7-9:30pm - The BIG event - concert & dance party!

featuring Jake Shulman-Ment, Benjy Fox-Rosen & Steve Weintraub!  TICKETS in ADVANCE-$18.00 (available online or at Bookworks or Guitar Vista)-------Day of/At The DOOR-$20.00.  Doors open at 6:30.  See Performances for details!

Sunday Feb 15th:  WORKSHOPS & Lunch ‘n Learn:

Register at Nahalat Shalom for workshops.

Sunday Feb 15th 10-11:30am - WORKSHOP ONE 

(students choose ONE from music with Jake Shulman-Ment OR Benjy Fox-Rosen OR dance with Steve Weintraub; see Workshops  for details), $20.00

Sunday, Feb 15th, noon - 2pm- LUNCH 'n LEARN

Featuring a catered and homemade lunch (milkhik) and a 1 hour fascinating presentation, $15.00 -- Join klezmer violinist Jake Shulman-Ment on a multi-media musical travelogue of his year as a Fulbright Scholar exploring the deep roots that connect Romanian music and klezmer music.  See Workshops for more details.  (If you've missed the Feb 5 registration deadline for the Lunch 'n Learn but still want to attend, lunch elsewhere and then join us at 12:45 for the presentation, $5 donation requested)

Sunday Feb 15th 2:15-3:45pm - WORKSHOP TWO 

(students choose ONE from music with Benjy Fox-Rosen, Jake Shulman-Ment, OR dance with Steve Weintraub; see Workshops  for details), $20.00

Sunday Feb 15th 4-5:30pm - WORKSHOP THREE 

(students choose ONE from music with Benjy Fox-Rosen, Jake Shulman-Ment, OR dance with Steve Weintraubsee Workshops for details), $20.00

Sunday Feb 15th, 5:30-5:45pm -

 farewells—‘abi gezints’ ...

Download Complete KlezmerQuerque 2015 Schedule

DonateFriday evening, February 13th

Friday evening's "Der Freylekher Shabbes" will be a very participatory service with lots of dancing led by Yiddish Dance Master Steve Weintraub, beginning at 6pm, to the music of The Rebbe's Orkestra and the Nahalat Shalom Community Klezmer Band.  In addition, our Special Guest Artists Benjy Fox-Rosen, Jake Shulman-Ment & Steve Weintraub will perform at 8pm for a sample of Saturday night's concert and dance party!  

Friday evening's Festival Opening Celebration is FREE and open to all.  Donations are welcome ($18 suggested.)  If you prefer not to handle $$ on Shabbat, you can donate using this button at any time!

Saturday, February 14th, 7-9:30pm - the BIG event - concert and dance party!

featuring Jake Shulman-Ment, Benjy Fox-Rosen & Steve Weintraub!  

TICKETS in ADVANCE-$18.00 -- online or at
Bookworks, 4022 Rio Grande NW, ABQ, NM (505) 344-8139, Hours: 9a-9p Mon-Sat and 9a-7p on Sun. OR GuitarVista, 3117 Silver Ave. SE, ABQ, NM (505) 268-1133, hours: 11a to 6p Tue - Sat.    

Tickets Day of/At The DOOR-$20.00:

Doors open at 6:30 to welcome music by ABQ’s Ambush Brass trombone octect.

The concert begins at 7:00, with opening acts The Rebbe’s Orkestra-Klezmer & Judaic ensemble, Beth Cohen-Yiddish song, and Sheila Fox–singing a song from her teacher, the great Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman (z’l).  Then special guest artists Jake Shulman-Ment and Benjy Fox-Rosen will perform a concert set, with some accompaniment by The Rebbe’s Orkestra.  Finally, after a brief intermission, we'll have a dance party with Jake, Benjy, The Rebbe’s Orkestra, local klezmorim and dancing led by Steve Weintraub and Rikud!

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Sunday, February 15: Workshops and Lunch 'n Learn

THREE 90-minute workshop sessions in music/dance featuring Jake Shulman-Ment, Benjy Fox-Rosen, and Steve Weintraub. ($20 each class), PLUS a special catered Lunch 'n Learn with a presentation by Jake Shulman-Ment   (If you've missed the Feb 5 registration deadline for the Lunch 'n Learn but still want to attend, lunch elsewhere and then join us at 12:45 for the presentation, $5 donation requested)

10-11:30am -  Workshops in music OR dance ($20 -- CHOOSE ONE):

  • Music with Jake Shulman-Ment -- Jake teaches klezmer instrumental workshop: Improvising doinas.
  • Music with Benjy Fox-Rosen -- Benjy teaches the Moldovan Yiddish repertoire of Zelik Barditshever pt. 1. What's a doina for the voice?
  • Steve teaching at Klezmerquerque 2006Dance with Steve Weintraub --  Steve teaches AltNaye Tentz- Old New Dances:  For the past couple of years, a few dance leaders have been exploring the possibilities of expanding the existing Yiddish dance repertoire with new dances based on old forms, or incorporating other dance forms with stylistic ties to Yiddish dance.  So, try out the Tzepl Tants, romantic as a Yiddish tango, the fast passed Double Sher and Tri-Sher (for 3 couples!) and the circle dance Milvakskaya, among other offerings.  Will these be the Yiddish dances of the future? Only time will tell...  Class will also include classic dances that the new dances are related to.

Noon-2:00pm -  LUNCH ‘N LEARN:

Jake in RomaniaEnjoy a delicious catered 'milkhik' lunch (NO meat / YES: fish, eggs, dairy & lots of veggie foods), to klezmer music performed by ABQ’s own klezmer trio di Kaveneh Kapelye. Following the lunch, join klezmer violinist Jake Shulman-Ment on a multi-media musical travelogue of his year as a Fulbright Scholar exploring the deep roots that connect Romanian music and klezmer music.  Based in the city of Botosani, in Romanian Moldavia, Shulman-Ment conducted field research with elderly Roma (Gypsy) musicians, organized and performed in a ten-city musical tour of old Romanian synagogues, and even played a concert for the US Ambassador as a soloist with the regional folk orchestra. Fox-Rosen, former Fulbright scholar to Moldova, joins in for questions and answers.

2:15-3:45pm - Workshops in music OR dance ($20 -- CHOOSE ONE):

  • benjybassMusic with Jake Shulman-Ment -- Jake teaches klezmer workshop for melodic instruments: Learning the klezmer language: ornamentation and phrasing.
  • Music with Benjy Fox-Rosen -- Benjy teaches rhythm section workshop: Building rhythm from the bottom up. 
  • Dance with Steve Weintraub -- Steve teaches AltNaye Tentz- Old New Dances (see description in Workshop ONE).

4:00-5:30pm - Workshops in music OR dance ($20 -- CHOOSE ONE):

  • Music with Jake Shulman-Ment -- Jake teaches klezmer instrumental workshop: Dance repertoire.
  • Music with Benjy Fox-Rosen -- Benjy teaches the Moldovan Yiddish repertoire of Zelik Barditshever, pt. 2. Songs for drinking.
  • Dance with Steve Weintraub -- Steve teaches AltNaye Tentz- Old New Dances (see description in Workshop ONE). 

Register in person for all workshops, performances and events as online registration has ended.

“KlezmerQuerque” Albuquerque New Mexico’s 13th annual klezmer music and dance festival takes place February 13-15, 2015 over Presidents Day Weekend.

Albuquerque, New Mexico January 15, 2015 --The 13th Annual KlezmerQuerque is a three-day festival of concerts, workshops and dance parties featuring ‘Klezmer’ which is the traditional dance and instrumental music based in the ancient wedding ceremonies of the Eastern European Jewish people. The festival will take place from February 13-15, 2015 (Friday evening through Sunday evening over Presidents Day weekend). KlezmerQuerque is produced by Congregation Nahalat Shalom, its 23-piece intergenerational Community Klezmer Band and Rikud Yiddish dance troupe. The festival presents a wide variety of events for all ages and abilities including a special ½ hour free family dance event on Friday, February 13th at 6:00 p.m.

KlezmerQuerque 2015 features the world-recognized klezmer guest artists Steven Lee Weintraub, Jake Shulman-Ment and Benjy Fox-Rosen, who will all be performing and teaching throughout the weekend. Steven Lee Weintraub is a Yiddish dance master from Philadelphia, PA. He is a teacher, choreographer, and performer of Jewish dance, particularly Yiddish dance, the dance to klezmer music. Born on Governor's Island, Bar Mitzvahed in the Bronx, and living now in Philadelphia, Steven Lee Weintraub received his dance training in Manhattan with Alvin Ailey and Erick Hawkins, among others. He is in international demand as a teacher of traditional Yiddish dance at festivals and workshops including Klezkamp, Klezkanada, and festivals in Krakow, Furth, Paris and London to name a few.  Steven delights in introducing people to the figures, steps and styling of the dances that belong to Klezmer music. He has often been called the “Pied Piper of Yiddish Dance”; his years of experience leading and researching Yiddish dance allow him to quickly weave dancers and music together in astonishing ways. Young and old, from all backgrounds, find it easy to share in the joy of Yiddish dancing with Steven.

Born and residing in New York City, violinist Jake Shulman-Ment is among the leaders of a new generation of Klezmer and Eastern European folk music performers. He has performed and recorded internationally with Daniel Kahn and the Painted Bird, Di Naye Kapelye, Adrian Receanu, The Other Europeans, Frank London, Duncan Sheik, David Krakauer, and many more. An internationally in-demand teacher, Jake has been a faculty member of New York’s Henry Street Settlement, KlezKamp, KlezKanada, Klezmer Paris, the Krakow Jewish Culture Festival, Yiddish Summer Weimar, and other festivals around the globe.  An avid traveler, Jake has made several extended journeys to collect, study, perform, and document traditional folk music in Hungary, Romania, and Greece. In 2010 Jake received a Fulbright research grant to collect, study, perform, and document traditional music in Romania.  His wide range of styles includes klezmer, classical, Romanian, Hungarian, Gypsy, and Greek. His classical music experience has consisted of performances with orchestras and chamber music groups throughout New York and New England, as well as study with internationally renowned concert artist Gerald Beal and widely acclaimed violin pedagogue Joey Corpus. Jake has created, directed, and performed music for a number of theater pieces, including several shows with theatrical wizard Jenny Romaine of Great Small Works, and the Folksbiene Yiddish Theater. He co-founded and regularly performs at “Tantshoyz,” New York's monthly Yiddish dance party sponsored by the Center for Traditional Music and Dance, and is frequently invited to accompany dance workshops led by Yiddish dance master and world-renowned ethnomusicologist Walter Zev Feldman.  Jake’s debut solo CD, “A Redele (A Wheel)” (Oriente Musik, 2012) was nominated for the German Record Critics’ Award.

Benjy Fox-Rosen is a singer, bassist and composer creating new Jewish music. Ranging from re-imaginings of Yiddish art songs to original settings of the poetry of Krakow's Mordechai Gebirtig, Fox-Rosen's music has received critical acclaim from around the globe. Hailed by The Forward as "one of the rising stars in the Yiddish music scene" Fox-Rosen performs with many of the living legends of the so-called Klezmer Revival. He has performed at Celebrate Brooklyn (USA), the Chicago World Music Festival (USA), the Speigeltent at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (UK), KlezMORE Festival (AU), as well as venues throughout the Americas and Europe. Benjy has taught workshops at Klezkamp, Klezkanada, The New England Conservatory, Krakow's famed Jewish Festival, The Vilnius Yiddish Institute and many other festivals. Fox-Rosen was the recipient of a Fulbright research grant for 2012-2013 to Chisinau, Moldova where he was immersed in the shared musical languages of Yiddish and Moldovan music. In 2012 he was the recipient of a New York State Council for the Arts 'Folk Apprenticeship' grant to study with master Yiddish singer/composer Joshua Waletsky. Benjy has recently relocated from Brooklyn, NY to Vienna, Austria, where he can combine his love of Yiddish music with his passion for Apfelstrudel.

Highlights of the festival will include performances by the three guest artists on Friday evening, February 13th as part of Der Freylekher Shabbes and on Saturday evening, February 14th at the concert and dance party, which begins at 6:30 p.m. On Sunday, February 15th between 10:00 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. the guest artists will all teach three 90 minute workshops in instrumental music. Also on Sunday, there will be a catered milkhik “Lunch ‘n Learn’ when Shulman-Ment presents a multi-media musical travelogue of his year as a Fulbright Scholar exploring the deep roots that connect Romanian music and klezmer music. Fox-Rosen, former Fulbright scholar to Moldova joins for questions and answers. The Sunday lunch reservation deadline is on Thursday, February 5th.

Events throughout the weekend will also feature music and dancing with our eight local klezmer groups and soloists: Nahalat Shalom’s cantorial soloist and music director Beth Cohen, Alavados holy days ensemble, Rikud dancers, The Nahalat Shalom Community Klezmer Band, Rikud Yiddish dance troupe, The Rebbe’s Orkestra-klezmer and Judaic band, Sheila Fox, Ambush Brass and di Kaveneh Kapelye.

For tickets, registration, schedule, full class and performance descriptions, and other details visit:  www.nahalatshalom.org   and Klick on: “Klezmer music/dance” and “KlezmerQuerque 2015”--And visit / like KlezmerQuerque on facebook. Event prices range from free to $20 per event and an all-event early-bird registration discount of $85 for general admission and $75 for seniors and students. The early-bird registration discount deadline is Thursday, February 5th.  For more details contact:  Beth Cohen, KlezmerQuerque Ko-ordinator (505) 243-6276, cohenedmunds@netzero.net.

All events take place at Congregation Nahalat Shalom, 3606 Rio Grande Blvd. NW (between Candelaria & Griegos), Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Congregation Nahalat Shalom is a non-profit and tax-exempt organization, office: (505) 343-8227.

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Contact:Beth Cohen,
KlezmerQuerque co-ordinator
Congregation Nahalat Shalom
3606 Rio Grande Blvd. NW, ABQ NM 87107
cohenedmunds@netzero.net
505-243-6276 (home)

Anne McCormick, Nahalat Shalom’s office manager
office@nahalatshalom.org
505-343-8227

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