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A brief explanation of klezmer …

The word klezmer comes from two Hebrew words: klay, which means “vessel of,” and zemer, meaning “song.” It’s a Yiddish word for musical instrument and is used to describe the dance music of Eastern European Ashkenazi Jews. It’s also a term for the musicians who play it.

Steel City Klezmer has entertained at festivals and concerts, weddings, bar mitzvahs,and other events for over ten years.

“It was a pleasure working with you and your ensemble, the Steel City Klezmorim. You presented an educational and entertaining program that won't soon be forgotten.”
John Vanco
Museum Director,
Erie Art Museum

“On behalf of the National Council of Jewish Women we want to express our sincere gratitude to you for providing music which added so much. The overwhelming success of this event would not have been possible without your support.”
Carolyn Lebovitz
National Council of Jewish Women


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For bookings, contact:
Henry Shapiro