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World Tour of Music: The Greenman/Rushevsky Duo Klezmer Concert

April 22, 2017 8PM to 10PM


Described by the Washington Post as “particularly impressive,” and “extraordinary” by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Steven Greenman is a multi-talented musical artist, who is equally adept at performing stunning solo violin works with symphony orchestras, soulful East European Jewish folk music (klezmer music) and passionate East European Romani (Gypsy) music. Steven’s virtuosic performing skills are complimented with his passion for composition and education. As a composer, Steven has produced two landmark recordings of his original Jewish and klezmer compositions, Stempenyu’s Dream and Stempenyu’s Neshome, while two of his Jewish liturgical melodies have been recognized and published by the Shalshelet Foundation for New Jewish Liturgical Music. With his recording Khevrisa: European Klezmer Music, Stevenis a Smithsonian Folkways recording artist. As an educator, Steven leads klezmer music master classes internationally and has been a teaching artist with the Cleveland Orchestra’s “Learning Through Music” program since 2001. He has performed and recorded with several of the world’s leading klezmer ensembles and is a founding member of Cleveland’s East European ensemble Harmonia. Well-versed in performing Magyar nota and various East European folk music styles Steven has been a guest soloist with the Cleveland Pops Orchestra, the Canton Symphony and the Akron Symphony, performing his own arrangements of traditional East European Romani (“Gypsy”) violin music and klezmer music. Steven has explored classical Chinese music performing the famous Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto as soloist with the Chagrin Falls Studio Orchestra (2013) and the Firelands Symphony (2015). His collaboration with master pipa-player Gao Hong, The Braided Candle, explores a unique blending of both traditional Jewish and Chinese folk music styles. Steven is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music receiving both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Violin Performance.
Joined by internationally renowned tsimbl player Peter Rushefsky, tonight’s concert features traditional and original klezmer music celebrating the historical role of the violin in East European Jewish culture. The performance will feature the baroque-inspired Jewish artistic pieces that were performed for important life-cycle events such as weddings; lively dance tunes; and meditative Hasidic spiritual melodies.
Tickets are available online now at http://www.ormaco.org/ for $10 (plus $1 processing fee) or by calling 330-722-2541 or at all Medina County Buehler’s stores starting March 15, 2017. Tickets are $12 at the door.





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