Oh dear, the klezmers are coming

Oh dear, the klezmers ar

By ELIE LESHEM
November 12, 2009 04:50
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Klezmer crossover outfit Oi Va Voy, which enjoys a cult following on the progressive Jewish music circuit, will be gracing our shores as part of a world tour for its aptly-named third album, Travelling the Face of the Globe. The British group has performed in Israel several times in the past and has even been granted the title of Cultural Ambassador by the Tourism Ministry. Oi Va Voy will perform at the Barby club, Kibbutz Galuyot 53, Tel Aviv, on January 21 and 22 at 10 p.m.. Khap a ticket at (03) 518-8123 or www.barby.co.il.

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