Let’s Dance Boston: Klezmer and Folk Dancing

Top Pick September 17, 2017 Boston Free
(Courtesy photo)
(Courtesy photo)

Get ready for a Sunday afternoon of klezmer and Eastern European folk dancing on the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Featuring violinist extraordinaire Alicia Svigals and Steve Weintraub, the “Pied Piper of Yiddish dance.” Alicia and her all-star ensemble perform classic klezmer and Eastern European folk songs while Steve provides simple follow-along dance instructions. No experience necessary. Recommended for ages 4–94.

Check out the entire Let’s Dance Boston line-up, one of the largest, free outdoor dance and music parties in town at celebrityseries.org/letsdanceboston.

“This is what Boston needs. It’s young and old, all nationalities, dancing and having a good time.”
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Fact Sheet
Sunday, September 17, 2017, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Dewey Square, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston
Atlantic Ave & High St
Boston, MA 02110

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