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On Monday, February 4, 2019, students in the Yiddish artistic singing workshop founded by the late Nechama Lifshitz will perform Yiddish classical songs at the Tzavta hall (located at Ibn Gvirol St. 30, Tel Aviv), at 7:30 p.m.

Regina Dricker – pianist, musical arranger and the studio's current director, will produce and accompany the program.

The event is supported by the National Authority for Yiddish Culture. Entrance fee: NIS 50. For details and reservations, call 03-6950156.

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