City Notes: Safed in tune with klezmer

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By COMPILED BY JULIE STEIGERWALD
August 6, 2016 08:16
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Safed’s three-day klezmer music festival will kick off on August 15. (photo credit: ITAMAR GRINBERG,GOISRAEL)

 
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Safed will host a three-day festival of klezmer music starting on August 15. The festival will be held throughout the city’s Old Jewish Quarter and artists colony. Performances will begin at approximately 9 p.m. and will continue until after midnight.

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