Klezmer Violin Performance

Museum at Eldridge Street

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In a Nutshell

Renowned Klezmer violinists Deborah Strauss and Jake Shulman-Ment share traditional and original compositions

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The Deal

  • $15 for one admission to a 90-minute Klezmer violin concert and a wine reception at the Museum at Eldridge Street ($20 value)
  • This event takes place on Thursday, May 7, at 7 p.m.

The event is capped at 300 purchasers. Must be 21 or older for wine reception.

What You’ll Do

Originally an accompaniment to Jewish weddings religious ceremonies, Klezmer music traces its origins to the towns and villages of Eastern Europe. Hear this storied musical style during an intimate 90-minute performance featuring esteemed violinists Deborah Strauss and Jake Shulman-Ment. The evening’s selections blend the past and present, spotlighting traditional pieces as well as the performers’ own original compositions.

  • Listen to Klezmer Music
    You’ll experience classics from Eastern European composers and contemporary works.

  • Explore a Historic Venue
    The concert takes place inside the Museum at Eldridge Street, a space adorned with stained-glass windows and hand-painted decoration.

  • Enjoy a Post-Concert Wine Reception
    Attendees are invited to mingle over kosher wine at a special reception.

Where You’ll Meet

Museum at Eldridge Street Museum at Eldridge Street

Museum at Eldridge Street’s stunning facade—a blend of Moorish, Gothic, and Romanesque architecture—is just as impressive as its history. The National Historic Landmark, built in 1887, provides a glimpse into the past, putting visitors in the footsteps of the synagogue’s founders. Its authentic portrayal of the immigrant experience helped the venue land on Time Out New York’s list of NYC’s coolest museums while its stunning design led the New York Times to call it “gasp-inducing.”

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