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Klezmer (& jazz) in an Irish Pub? Sure, why not?


Come see us this Saturday (April 8) at The Limerick Pub in Wheaton, Maryland. No cover, but you better get there early if you want to be in spitting range of us!


I'll be playing the klezmer, the jazz, and the more, with my buddies in the Music Pilgrim Trio -- Vladimir Fridman on guitar and vocals, and Bob Abbott on bass. 7 to 9 pm.

Then, the following Sunday (April 16), I'm returning to one of my favorite Baltimore venues -- An Die Musik Live! 3 to 5 pm.


I'll be there as part of the (in)famous "Roots Cafe" concert series hosted by renowned music journalist (and songwriter) Geoffrey Himes. It'll be Geoffrey, award-winning violinist Willem Elsevier, and myself -- trading songs, stories, and more. LOTS of original music in a myriad of genres, including a few "world premieres," and some bonus Bela Bartok.


There are BOTH in-person and livestream tickets available. $15 in-person, and $12 for the virtual livestream (viewable for up to a week after the show).


Click here to get 'em!

Just some advanced warning! Next month, from May 11 through 21, is this year's Washington Jewish Music Festival, as part of JxJ at the Edlavtich DC Jewish Community Center in Washington DC.


I'm this year's "Artist-in-Residence" and will be taking part in a bunch of the concerts! I'll email more info next month, but tickets are ALREADY on sale!

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