Past Dates

Saturday, February 4th, 2017

Cleveland Institute of Music Broadway in the Circle Concert
Broadway in the Circle - 8pm
Severance Hall 11001 East Blvd
Cleveland, OH 44106
USA

Steven Greenman will perform the John Williams' "Fiddler on the Roof Cadenza" as violin soloist with the Cleveland Institute of Music Women's Committee Benefit at Severance Hall on Saturday February 4th, 2017 at 8pm for their "Broadway in the Circle" concert led by maestro Carl Topilow.

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Cleveland Institute of Music Performance Master Class
Steven Greenman Klezmer Music Master Class - 4:30pm-6pm
11021 East Blvd
Cleveland, OH 44106
USA
(216)791-5000
Price: Free for all Cleveland Institute of Music students

Master klezmer violinist, composer and educator Steven Greenman will lead a Klezmer Music lecture/demonstration followed by a workshop for the Cleveland Institute of Music's orchestra department.

Friday, December 16th, 2016

University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
The Braided Candle performs at USST - 7pm
No. 516, Jungong Road, 200093 Yangpu
Shanghai
China

The American Culture Center at the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology presents The Braided Candle Ensemble.

Friday, October 21st, 2016

Steven Greenman performs as soloist with the Energy Corridor Houston Orchestra - 7pm
Bridge Point Bible Church 13277 Katy Fwy
Houston, TX 77079
USA
Price: $20

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Saturday, July 2nd, 2016

National Repertory Orchestra - Riverwalk Center
Steven Greenman performs the Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto with the NRO - 7:30pm
150 W Adams Ave
Breckenridge, CO 80424
USA
(970) 453-5825

Violinist Steven Greenman performs the Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto with the National Repertory Orchestra led by conductor Carl Topilow, Saturday July 2nd, 2016 at 7:30pm at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge, Colorado.  

Friday, July 1st, 2016

National Repertory Orchestra - Riverwalk Center
Steven Greenman performs the Fiddler on the Roof Cadenza with the National Repertory Orchestra - 7:30pm
150 W Adams Ave
Breckenridge, CO 80424
USA
(970) 453-5825

Violinist Steven Greenman performs the John Williams' "Fiddler on the Roof" Cadenza with the National Repertory Orchestra led by conductor Carl Topilow, July 1st, 2016 at 7:30pm at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Saturday, May 7th, 2016

Folklore Village
Harmonia Ensemble Performance - 7:30pm
3210 County Road BB
Dodgeville, WI 53533

Cleveland's Harmonia Ensemble performs a concert of East European and Romani folk music Saturday May 7th, 2016 at 7:30pm at Folklore Center in Dodgeville, WI.

Saturday, May 7th, 2016

Folklore Village
Harmonia Ensemble East European Music Demonstration - 3pm - 5pm
3210 County Road BB
Dodgeville, WI 53533
USA
Price: Free

In conjunction with a lecture presented by Rick March, Cleveland's Harmonia Ensemble presents a free,  general lecture-demonstration workshop on East European music, moderated by Rick March and John C. Van Orman, on Saturday afternoon, May 7, 2016 from 3:00 – 5:00 pm at Folklore Village, 3210 County Road BB, Dodgeville, WI, 53533.

Friday, May 6th, 2016

Mount Horeb, Wisconsin Middle School
Harmonia Ensemble East European Workshop at Mt. Horeb Elementary Middle School - 2:40pm – 3:20 pm
900 East Garfield Street
Mount Horeb, WI 53572
USA

Friday, March 4th, 2016

Greenman/Rubin/Bern Trio Concert - 7:30pm
Kulturforum - Würzburger Straße 2
Fürth, GER 90762
DE
Price: Advance sales: 25 Euros / 20 Euros concs.

Steven Greenman, Joel Rubin, Alan Bern – you can’t get around those three names in the Klezmer world! They are pioneers, experts, and virtuoso musicians. They were guests at the Klezmer Festival Fuerth before, but never have they been on stage as a trio. Together, they will be performing Roma and East European cross-over material in addition to violinist Steven Greenman’s new original Klezmer and Jewish compositions. Their combined repertoire is powerful and stunning.

Greenman / Rubin / Bern Trio (USA/Germany)
Friday 4th March 2016 / 7.30 pm / Kulturforum

Advance sales: 25 Euros / 20 Euros concs. 
On the door: 22 Euros / 17,60 Euros concs. 

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Steven Greenman: violin 
Joel Rubin: clarinet
Alan Bern: piano, accordion

www.stevengreenman.com
www.joelrubinklezmer.com
www.alanbern.net

Saturday, January 30th, 2016

Severance Hall
The Genius of John Williams - Steven Greenman performs John Williams' Violin Cadenza to "Fiddler on the Roof" - 8pm
11001 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 765-7677
Price: Tickets $29 to $89

 

Severance Hall

Tickets: $29 to $89

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In the span of six decades, John Williams composed some of the most popular and recognizable film scores in cinematic history. In this concert, you will enjoy many of your favorites. The variety of Williams’ compositions in this concert will thrill you with their beauty, depth and originality, giving new insight into his true genius.

Carl Topilow Superman

“It’s hard to know where to start when talking about [the music of John Williams]. When you’re watching his movies, the music never gets in the way. But when you extract it, you see not only how brilliantly written but also how brilliantly orchestrated it is,” stated Carl Topilow atclevelandclassical.com.

“I’m programming some of his standard works, but also some that are lesser-known. Violinist Steven Greenman is going to playing music from Fiddler on the Roof, which won Williams his first Oscar for his adaption from the show to the screen. The Cleveland Orchestra Children’s Chorus will be singing excerpts from Amistad and Empire of the Sun. And saxophonist Howie Smith will be playing ‘Escapades’ from Catch Me If You Can. Clarinetist Frank Cohen will also be featured during Amistad and in the first movement of Schindler’s List.

“Of course there will be music from Star Wars and Indiana Jones, but there is a very different slant to this program, which I think is nice.”

SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT

See this season's full concert schedule.

http://www.clevelandpops.com/concert/the-genius-of-john-williams/

Friday, January 15th, 2016

Faculty & Guest Artist Concert: Gao Hong and Steven Greenman - 8pm to 9:30pm
Concert Hall - One North College Street
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
USA
(507) 222-4350

Faculty & Guest Artist Concert: Gao Hong and Steven Greenman

An enticing concert blending traditional klezmer and Chinese folk music.

Braided Candle- Hong&Greeman

The Braided Candle: Jewish Violin Meets Chinese Pipa

In this captivating collaboration, internationally acclaimed musicians Steven Greenman (violin) and Gao Hong (pipa) weave a braided tapestry of musical impulses through improvisation, the use of ancient musical modes and contrasting rhythms inspired by both traditions.

 As a special addition to this concert, Greenman and Gao Hong will be joined by members of the Carleton World Music Chamber Ensemble performing repertoire learned during Greenman’s master class.

Sponsored by Music, Arts. Contact: Holly Streekstra, x4475

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

Sholom East Campus Auditorium
The Braided Candle - Jewish Violin Meets Chinese Pipa Concert - 2:00pm
740 Kay Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55102
USA

In this captivating collaboration, internationally acclaimed musicians Steven Greenman (violin) and Gao Hong (pipa) weave a braided tapestry of musical impulses through improvisation, the use of ancient musical modes and contrasting rhythms inspired by both traditions.

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

Kang Le Adult Day Care Center
The Braided Candle - Jewish Violin Meets Chinese Pipa Concert - 11:00am
5593 West 78th Street
Edina, MN 55439
USA

In this captivating collaboration, internationally acclaimed musicians Steven Greenman (violin) and Gao Hong (pipa) weave a braided tapestry of musical impulses through improvisation, the use of ancient musical modes and contrasting rhythms inspired by both traditions.

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

The Braided Candle - Jewish Violin Meets Chinese Pipa Concert - 6:30pm - 9pm
McNally Smith Auditorium - 19 Exchange Street East
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101
USA

 

The Braided Candle Jewish Violin Meets Chinese Pipa Concert

Pre-concert Discussion/Demonstration at 6:30 p.m.
Concert begins at 7 p.m.

In this captivating collaboration, internationally acclaimed musicians Steven Greenman (violin) and Gao Hong (pipa) weave a braided tapestry of musical impulses through improvisation, the use of ancient musical modes and contrasting rhythms inspired by both traditions.

When:  Thu Jan 14th, 2016 6:30pm - 9pm Central Time
Where:  McNally Smith Auditorium


Wednesday, January 13th, 2016

Klezmer Music Master Class at Carleton College
Department of Music One North College Street
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
USA
507-222-4347

Acclaimed klezmer violinist/composer/educator Steven Greenman will lead a klezmer music masterclass for Carleton College's World Music Ensemble.  Music taught to include East European Jewish instrumental folk music (klezmer), Yiddish song and one Romani (Gypsy) melody.

Friday, August 7th, 2015

Jewish Chamber Music of the St. Petersburg Composers - 7:15pm-7:45pm
2632 NE 80th St
Seattle, WA 98115
USA
(206) 525-0915
Price: Free

Violinist Steven Greenman and pianist Byron Schenkman present a free concert of Jewish chamber music at Seattle, Washington's Temple Beth El including music by composers of the former St. Petersburg Society for Jewish Folk Music.  Music to include works by Joel Engel and Joseph Achron plus other early 20th century Jewish chamber works for violin and piano.  

BYRON SCHENKMAN has recorded more than thirty CDs of 17th- and 18th-century repertoire, including recordings on historical instruments from the National Music Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He received the Erwin Bodky Award from the Cambridge Society for Early Music “for outstanding achievement in the field of early music.” Schenkman made his New York recital debut on modern piano in 2009 and his playing was described in The New York Times as “sparkling,” “elegant,” and “insightful.” He is a member of the new period instrument ensemble Gut Reaction and has been a featured guest with the Chameleon Arts Ensemble of Boston, the Daedalus Quartet, the Northwest Sinfonietta, Pacific Baroque Orchestra, Philharmonia Northwest, and the Portland Baroque Orchestra. He also appears frequently in recital with violinist Ingrid Matthews, with whom he co-founded the Seattle Baroque Orchestra in 1994. Schenkman is a graduate of the New England Conservatory and received his master’s degree with honors in performance from the Indiana University School of Music. He currently teaches at Seattle University and Cornish College of the Arts. In 2012 he also served as guest lecturer in harpsichord and fortepiano at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.

 

Monday, April 27th, 2015

Klez Motown recital and workshops led by The R2G Klezmer Trio and The Painted Bird - 11:45am-12:40pm - Recital/concert by The R2G Klezmer Trio and The Painted Bird
Detroit, MI 48202
Price: 12:50pm-2:40pm - Klezmer/Yiddish music workshops

The R2G Klezmer Trio (Joel Rubin, clarinet; Pete Rushefsky, tsimbl; Steven Greenman, violin) and Dan Kahn's 'The Painted Bird' will perform a joint recital/concert at Wayne State University's music department followed by klezmer/Yiddish music workshops.  This unique collaboration is sponsored by The Workmen’s Circle Michigan in partnership with the Wayne State University School of Music and the Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic Studies.

Workmen’s Circle Michigan is an organization focused on fostering Jewish community, the promotion of an enlightened Jewish culture, and social justice. Founded more than a century ago, the organization continues its historically important mission through arts and education programming for Yiddish, Jewish and progressive culture, and family-friendly opportunities for real social action. Find out more at www.circleMichigan.org

Saturday, April 25th, 2015

Wayne State University’s Community Arts Center
Klez Motown with The R2G Klezmer Trio and The Painted Bird - 8pm
450 W Kirby St (Reuther Hall)
Detroit, Michigan 48202
USA
(248)432-5677 or KlezMoTown@gmail.com
Price: $10, and $5 with a student ID

‘KLEZ MOTOWN’ CELEBRATION BRINGS UNIQUE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE TO WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY

Detroit – Two musical groups leading the international revival of Klezmer music will join together for an unprecedented series of performances at Wayne State University’s Community Arts Center, at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 25.

Daniel Kahn and The Painted Bird and the R2G Klezmer Trio will showcase their blend of toe-tapping Eastern European party music and Jewish spirituality as part of ‘Klez-Motown,’ a unique collaboration sponsored by The Workmen’s Circle Michigan in partnership with the Wayne State University School of Music and the Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic Studies. The event is also a precursor to the 2015 Jewish Community Center’s Stephen Gottlieb Music Festival beginning April 27 at the Berman Center for the Performing Arts.

At Wayne State, each group will perform separately, followed by a joint concert that will highlight their commitment to traditional Ashkenazi Klezmer roots and trailblazing innovations that are reinventing the genre.

Daniel Kahn is a metro Detroit native and University of Michigan graduate who now calls Berlin, Germany home. He founded the Painted Bird and received critical acclaim on multiple continents for steering the group’s four studio albums that blend American folk with punk-rock protest themes, all fused in the tradition of Yiddish Klezmer music. Kahn, who grew up in West Bloomfield, attended the Roeper School and the nurtured his creative spirit and taste for social activism at U-M, where he studied theater, playwriting, poetry and politics. A true multi-tasker, he handles the vocals, as well as the accordion, guitar, piano, organ and ukulele arrangements on the group's songs. In addition to the beats he creates, he's perhaps known more for the deep-digging lyrics laced with sarcasm and wicked self irony that truly make him among the true, unique klezmorim of his generation.

The R2G Klezmer Trio features long-time Klezmer star and scholar Joel Rubin on clarinet, Pete Rushefsky on tsimbl and Steve Greenman on violin. Formed in 2013, this group is already widely known for its original compositions and improvisations, in addition to creating their own arrangements of classic East European Jewish instrumentals.

The R2G Klezmer Trio also boasts a local connection through Steve Greenman, who is recognized internationally as one of the finest traditional East European Jewish Klezmer violinists. Though based in Cleveland, Greenman's wife, Tamar Gontovnik, is a metro Detroit native, and they are frequent visitors to the 'D' for familial, social and musical engagements. He has performed at the Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow, Poland, at Toronto’s Ashkenaz – A Festival of New Yiddish Culture, and at the International Klezmer Festival in Fürth, Germany. In addition to klezmer music, Greenman is an accomplished performer of Hungarian nota and urban East European Romani (“Gypsy”) music. He 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.

Both groups have built loyal followings and regularly play large music festivals in Europe and across the globe. “Workmen’s Circle Michigan has been waiting for the right opportunity to have quality bastions of Yiddish culture and music come together—and we have it with this program,” said Workmen’s Circle spokesperson Arlene Frank. “It is very exciting to have these musicians together on one stage.”

Along with the performances, the groups will also work with Wayne State University music students through the weekend and during a special clinic the following Monday.

“We couldn’t be more pleased that these newer musicians will get exposure to Klezmer music and an opportunity to learn from such experts,” Frank added. “These musicians are all special because they do NEW music that is Klezmer. Each band in its own way, but they defy the notion that Klezmer music is a dead or dying art.”

The Wayne State University Community Arts Center is located at 450 Reuther Mall. Tickets at the door are $10, and $5 with a student ID.

Workmen’s Circle Michigan is an organization focused on fostering Jewish community, the promotion of an enlightened Jewish culture, and social justice. Founded more than a century ago, the organization continues its historically important mission through arts and education programming for Yiddish, Jewish and progressive culture, and family-friendly opportunities for real social action. Find out more at www.circleMichigan.org.

Saturday, April 11th, 2015

Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto - solo performance - 7:30pm
107 Columbus Ave
Sandusky, Ohio 44870
United States
(419) 621-4800

"Steven Greenman will perform Chen Gang and He Zhanhoa's 'Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto' one of the most famous works of modern Chinese music. Based on an enduring Chinese love story about a pair of ill-fated lovers, this work embodies the same romantic and social impact for the Chinese as Romeo and Juliet does for western culture."

The concert will take place at the Sandusky State Theatre.

For more information:
http://www.firelandssymphony.com/fsocms/
http://www.sanduskystate.com/events/firelands-symphony-butterfly-lovers-concerto/#!/

For tickets:
http://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest?eventId=835248&presenter=SST&venue&event

Sunday, March 1st, 2015

Temple Beth El
Klezmer Concert by Di Tsvey - The Greenman/Rushefsky Duo - 7pm
402 N Tioga St
Ithaca, NY 14850
(607) 273-5775

Di Tsvey, the Greenman/Rushefsky Duo performs a concert of traditional and contemporary klezmer music at Ithaca, NY's historic Temple Beth-El as part of their "Klezmer Weekend Extravaganza" at Cornell University.

Saturday, February 28th, 2015

Cornell University
Klezmer Weekend Extravaganza with Di Tsvey - 7pm
Appel Commons, North Campus
Ithaca, NY 14850
Price: Free

Di Tsvey - The Greenman/Rushefsky Duo and Yiddish dance master Steven Weintraub lead a "Tantshoyz" (klezmer dance party) at Cornell University, Appel Commons multi-purpose room.  Joining "Di Tsvey" will be the Cornell University Klezmer Ensemble (CUKE).  The event is free and open to the public.

Sunday, February 22nd, 2015

The Strand Theatre
Cedar's Jumpin' performs with The 65th Street Klezmer Band - 2pm
215 S. Harrison St.
Shelbyville, Indiana 46176
USA

Cedar's Jumpin' (Kurt Bjorling -clarinet/tsimbl; Annette Bjorling -harp; Steven Greenman -violin) to lead klezmer workshops Sat Feb 21st for the "65th Street Klezmer Band" at the Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation (IHC) followed by a klezmer concert Sunday Feb. 22nd at 2pm at:

 

The Strand Theatre
215 S. Harrison St.
Shelbyville, IN  46176
http://www.strand-theatre-shelbyville.org/


For the concert, both "Cedar's Jumpin" and the "65th Street Klezmer Band" will perform individual music sets and together.

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

Classical Revolution Cleveland
Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto Performance - 8:20pm
5801 Detroit Ave
Cleveland, OH 44102
USA
(216) 651-9474
Price: free

I will be performing the Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto accompanied by pianist Adam Whiting at Cleveland's Happy Dog as part of Classical Revolution Cleveland's concert series.

Saturday, November 8th, 2014

Friday, November 7th, 2014

Klezmer Kabbalat Shabbat Service - 6pm
300 Princeton Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
USA
412-823-4338

I am greatly looking forward to returning to my old childhood synagogue, Parkway Jewish Center, in Pittsburgh, PA for a Klezmer Kabbalat Shabbat Friday November 7th at 6pm and a special concert on Saturday November 8th from 7pm-8:30pm. I will be joined by my esteemed colleagues Walt Mahovlich (accordion) and Cantor Henry Shapiro (spiritual leader of Parkway Jewish Center). Here is the Parkway Jewish Center website for more information http://www.parkwayjewishcenter.org/. I remember leading services there back in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s which helped shape my Jewish music career. We plan to perform a selection of my Jewish compositions plus traditional klezmer and East European folk music. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Sunday, August 31st, 2014

The Braided Candle - 4pm - 5pm
Harbourfront Centre - Lakeside Terrace
Toronto, ON M5J 2G8
CANADA

The Braided Candle

The term Havdalah is the Jewish religious ceremony marking the distinction of the Sabbath from the rest of the week; night from day; spiritual from material. For “The Braided Candle” project, the specially-braided Havdalah candle represents the musical entwining of two seemingly “separate” musical folk traditions: Jewish and Chinese. Drawing from their own unique musical and cultural backgrounds, internationally renowned masters of traditional folk music, Steven Greenman (East European Jewish violin) and Gao Hong (Chinese pipa) expand the boundaries of traditional Jewish music through explorations of Jewish and Chinese musical improvisation, diverse and ancient musical modes, and contrasting rhythms. In this captivating collaboration, a newly created repertoire is presented combining elements of both music styles. Experimental arrangements feature the nuanced sounds of bowed and plucked strings. Together, Steven and Gao weave a braided tapestry of musical impulses, filling the listeners with delightful excitement and meditative contemplation.

Friday, August 15th, 2014

Tremont Lincoln Park Concert
Hamronia Music From the Heart of Europe - 7pm
Cleveland, OH 44113
USA

Saturday, August 9th, 2014

Harmonia - Music from the Heart of Europe - 12:30pm - 2:30pm
3615 Superior Ave
Cleveland, Ohio
USA

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Yiddish Spring - Pre-concert lecture1:30pm - 2pm ; Concert 2pm-3:30pm
736 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 655-7800

The Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco will host a performance of Mame Loshn, an art song cycle in Yiddish by the composer Miriam Miller with text by her grandmother Sarah Traister Moskovitz from her book of poetry, "Come to the Table."  Along with Mame Loshn, the program will also feature examples of Yiddish songs written by other living composers from around the world, including the music of David Botwinik (Montreal), and Steven Greenman (Cleveland). The concert will feature soprano Heather Klein joined in performance by members of Heather Klein's Bay Area ensemble, The Inextinguishable Trio, and by the internationally-recognized trio Veretski Pass.

For more info:

http://www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/yiddish-spring-concert-in-honor-of-yom-hashoah 

http://www.thecjm.org/programs/performance/568-yiddish-spring-a-concert-in-honor-of-yom-hashoah

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Yiddish Spring - 6:30pm - 8pm
736 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 655-7800

The Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco will host a performance of Mame Loshn, an art song cycle in Yiddish by the composer Miriam Miller with text by her grandmother Sarah Traister Moskovitz from her book of poetry, "Come to the Table."  Along with Mame Loshn, the program will also feature examples of Yiddish songs written by other living composers from around the world, including the music of David Botwinik (Montreal), and Steven Greenman (Cleveland). The concert will feature soprano Heather Klein joined in performance by members of Heather Klein's Bay Area ensemble, The Inextinguishable Trio, and by the internationally-recognized trio Veretski Pass.

For more info:

http://www.jewishmusicfestival.org/events/yiddish-spring-concert-in-honor-of-yom-hashoah

http://www.thecjm.org/programs/performance/568-yiddish-spring-a-concert-in-honor-of-yom-hashoah

Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

Greenman - Bjorling Klezmer Duo - 8pm - 10pm
121 Lincoln Way East
Massillon, OH 44646

Klezmer Violinist Steven Greenman and klezmer legend Kurt Bjorling (Chicago Klezmer Ensemble, Brave Old World, Duo Controverso) will be performing as a violin/tsimbl (Jewish hammered-dulcimer) duo at the Massillon Museum in Massillon, Ohio.  Steve and Kurt will perform an enchanting repertoire of traditional original klezmer melodies.

Friday, February 14th, 2014

Klezmerquerque
KlezmerQuerque
Albuquerque, NM
USA

The R2G Klezmer Trio (Rubin, Rushefsky, Greenman Klezmer Trio) will lead klezmer workshops and concerts Feb. 14th-16th, 2014 for Nahalat Shalom's annual KlezmerQuerque festival.

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

New York Klezmer Series - Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
R2G Klezmer Trio - Rubin, Rushefsky & Greenman - 7:30pm
30 W. 68th St.
New York, New York
USA
Price: $15 with jam sessions afterward Klezmer instrumental music 5:30pm $25 per class, Full night pass - $35 – includes class, concert and jam session.

The trio R2G featuring Joel Rubin, Pete Rushefsky and Steven Greenman will be making its New York debut as the final concert on the fall New York Klezmer series curated by Aaron Alexander.  At the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, 30 W. 68th St., NYC. $15 with jam sessions afterward Klezmer instrumental music 5:30pm $25 per class, Full night pass - $35 – includes class, concert and jam session.

 

R2G Klezmer Trio
Rubin Rushefsky & Greenman

Joel Rubin (clarinet)
Pete Rushefsky (tsimbl)
Steve Greenman (violin)

New York debut concert, Tues. December 17, 2013 at the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, 30 W. 68th St., NYC New York Klezmer Series

R2G is a dynamic new trio formed by longtime stars of the klezmer revival, Joel Rubin, Pete Rushefsky, and Steve Greenman. R2G performs original compositions and improvisations in addition to their own arrangements of the classic East European Jewish instrumental klezmer music and mystical hasidic nigunim(melodies of spiritual elevation). With its virtuosic style and sumptuous, richly ornamented sound, their music is at once a meditation on the Russian-Jewish musical legacy and an expansion of it into the present. The trio also experiments with extended structures, such as “concert form klezmer” suites that meld the traditional klezmer genres with Ottoman Turkish concepts of art music for listening. The concert form expands the expressive possibilities of klezmer music and provides a pathway for the musicians to create performances that develop more extended musical narratives. But the group can cut it up on the dance floor as well. “Inspiring, jaw-dropping and foot stomping,” raved Beth Cohen, director of the annual KlezmerQuerque Festival.

R2G is available for concerts, dances, lecture-demonstrations, master classes and workshops, and college and university residencies.

Joel Rubin has been one of the leading figures in the international klezmer movement as performer, scholar, author and educator for the past thirty years, earning accolades from sources as diverse as klezmer giants Dave Tarras and Max Epstein, international clarinet soloist Richard Stoltzman, avant garde composer John Zorn, and Nobel Prize Laureate and poet Roald Hoffmann. Dr. Eleonore Büning of Southern German Radio writes, “Rubin … is the most virtuosic klezmer clarinetist in the world today … He commands this art like nobody else.” He studied clarinet with Stoltzman and Kalmen Opperman and holds a Ph.D. in ethnomusicology from City University (London) for his pioneering work on klezmer music. In addition to performances with traditional musicians such as the Epstein Brothers, Moussa Berlin, Leon Schwartz, Sid Beckerman, and Danny Rubinstein, Rubin was a founding member of the pioneering revival group Brave Old World, the duo Rubin & Horowitz, and has led the Joel Rubin Ensemble since 1994. He has also toured with the Klezmatics and the Klezmer Conservatory Band, and has performed with Daniel Kahn and The Painted Bird. Rubin has recorded seven albums of his music. Midnight Prayer (Traditional Crossroads) was ranked one of the most important recordings of 2007 by the Jewish Week, and Azoy Tsu Tsveyt (Tzadik) with acclaimed composer and improviser Uri Caine, was chosen by exclaim.ca as one of 10 favorites in the category Improv & Avant-Garde for 2011. Rubin has appeared at the Berlin Philharmonic, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Leipzig Gewandhaus, Cité de la Musique in Paris, the Tonhalle in Zürich, Carnegie Hall and LincolnCenter. He is Associate Professor and Director of Music Performance at the University of Virginia, where he also leads the UVA Klezmer Ensemble.

Steve Greenman is recognized internationally as one of the finest practitioners of traditional East European Jewish klezmer violin. Described by the Washington Post as “particularly impressive,” and as “extraordinary” by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Greenman is the producer and lead performer of the landmark recordings Stempenyu’s Dream and Stempenyu’s Neshome, which contain his original klezmer and Jewish spiritual compositions. Co-founder of the Khevrisa ensemble with Walter Zev Feldman, he is also co-producer and lead performer of the recording Khevrisa: European Klezmer Music on the Smithsonian Folkways label. Greenman currently leads the Stempenyu’s Dream ensemble, Di Tsvey with Pete Rushefsky, and the Steven Greenman Klezmer Ensemble, and has performed internationally with Khevrisa, the Joel Rubin Ensemble, the Klezmatics, Budowitz, the Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band, and Kapelye. He has taught at KlezKamp, KlezKanada, KlezFest London, Yiddish Summer Weimar, and Master Class de música tradicional Santiago de Compostela (Spain), and has performed at the Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow, Poland, at Toronto’s Ashkenaz – A Festival of New Yiddish Culture, and at the International Klezmer Festival in Fürth, Germany. In addition to klezmer music, Greenman is an accomplished performer of Hungarian nota and urban East European Romani (“Gypsy”) music and is a performer with the ensemble Harmonia. As a concert performer, he 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.

Pete Rushefsky is a leading performer, composer and teacher of the tsimbl (cimbalom), the traditional hammered dulcimer of klezmer music. He has performed internationally at venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam) and Cité de la Musique (Paris). Rushefsky has concertized and recorded with classical violinist Itzhak Perlman and has played with many of klezmer and Jewish music’s leading performers, including Cantor Yitzchok Meir Helfgott, Andy Statman, the Klezmer Conservatory Band, Alicia Svigals, Michael Winograd, Lisa Gutkin, Michael Alpert, Adrianne Greenbaum, and Jake Shulman-Ment. He performs regularly in the duo Di Tsvey with Steve Greenman and with the Joel Rubin Ensemble. His CD with violinist Elie Rosenblatt, Tsimbl un Fidl: Klezmer Music for Hammered Dulcimer and Violin, was ranked a “gem” by Rainlore’s World of Music, which “must be considered essential in any klezmer collection.” A popular instructor at workshops such as KlezKanada, KlezKamp and Yiddish Summer Weimar, Rushefsky is the author of a pioneering instructional book on adapting the American 5-string banjo for klezmer, and frequently publishes and lectures on ethnic music in America. He also serves as Executive Director of the Center for Traditional Music and Dance in New York City, dedicated to maintaining the vitality of immigrant performing arts traditions. The Center’s An-sky Institute for Jewish Culture works to research and preserve Jewish music and dance traditions.

 

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013

Cleveland Institute of Music Performance Master Class
Cleveland Institute of Music Performance Master Class with Carl Topilow, Steven Greenman & Walt Mahovlich - 4:00pm - 5:15pm
11021 East Blvd
Cleveland, OH 44106
USA
(216)791-5000
Price: Free

Conductor Carl Topilow, violinist Steven Greenman and accordionist Walt Mahovlich will present a concert of Jewish and East European folk music together with a discussion of Jewish/East European folk music connections and a klezmer music workshop.

Steven Greenman – violin

Carl Topilow – clarinet

Walt Mahovlich - accordion

Saturday, September 21st, 2013

Klezmer Workshop - 12pm - 1pm
Acorn Alley Plaza (near 164th E. Main St.)
Kent, OH 44240
Price: Free

Klezmer (Yiddish for “instruments of music”) is a musical tradition of the Ashkenazic Jews of Eastern Europe. Steve Greenman is an accomplished player of this music who will talk about the history, the musicians, the music and play examples of the style, repertoire and ornaments of Klezmer.

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Folk Bloc Party Concert - 9:30pm - 1:30am
2524 Sarah St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
USA
Price: Adults $8 - Students and Seniors $5

Musicians:
Kalman Magyar – Violin 
Alexander Fedoriouk – Cimbalom
Steven Greenman – Violin
Justin Greenwald – Accordion
Brock Belich – Bass
Mark Stafura – Kontra
Walt Mahovlich – Clarinet, Saxophone, Accordion

Contact:  Club Steward  admin@americanserbianclub.info

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Double Tree Inn - Greentree, Pittsburgh
IYAC Pittsburgh Yiddish Conference - Lori Cahan-Simon Ensemble - 9pm
500 Mansfield Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
USA

The Lori Cahan-Simon Ensemble will perform at the 15th IYAC Yiddish Conference in Pittsburgh, PA.  Music will consist of select Yiddish melodies from the Jewish holidays.

Lori Cahan-Simon - Yiddish vocals
Walt Mahovlich - accordion
Steven Greenman - violin
Alex Fedoriouk - cimbalom

For more information please visit the IYAC website:  http://yiddishconference.com/

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Monroevile Public Library
Steven Greenman and Walt Mahovlich - 7pm to 8:30pm
Monroeville, PA 15146
USA
Price: Free

Come listen to Steven Greenman (violin) and Walt Mahovlich (accordion) perform exciting East European folk music.

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013

The Hermit Club
East Meets West - A Butterfly Lovers Concert - 8:00pm
1620 Dodge Court
Cleveland, OH
USA
(216) 621-2325
Price: $35 - order tickets via website www.chagrinfallsstudioorchestra.org

East Meets West: A Butterfly Lovers Concert
《梁祝音乐会》
Elegant Chinese Music with Full Orchestra

featuring the Cleveland premiere of the "Butterfly Lovers" Violin Concerto
8 p.m., Saturday, March 23, 2013

The Hermit Club
1620 Dodge Court (behind Playhouse Square, near the corner of Chester Ave. and E. 17th St.)
Cleveland, Ohio

$35 (only 90 tickets will be sold so reserve your tickets early via website or phone)

Cleveland’s prestigious Hermit Club presents a concert of stunning beauty featuring the Cleveland, Ohio premiere of the most beloved work in the Chinese classical repertoire: the famous “Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto” (LiangZhu, 小提琴协奏曲《梁山伯与祝英台》), featuring violin soloist Steven Greenman and the 40-piece Chagrin Falls Studio Orchestra led by conductor Stephen A. Eva. This work, which was composed in 1959 by the Chinese composers Chen Gang and He Zhanhao, tells the timeless story from Chinese folklore of the tragic romance between two lovers, Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai, and is regarded as the Chinese equivalent of "Romeo and Juliet."

This special "East Meets West" concert will feature the music of China -- both traditional and symphonic -- played by Chinese and non-Chinese musicians from Cleveland, Ohio. Held in the elegant setting of the 109-year-old Hermit Club (the nation's oldest continuously operating private club devoted to the performing arts), the concert will showcase both serious classical music and traditional music of China, marking an important cultural and historic first for Cleveland. Other orchestral highlights--both also Cleveland premieres--will include the festive overture "The Flowers are Beautiful, the Moon is Full" (Hua Hao Yue Yuan, 花好月圆) and the tone poem "Dance of the Yao People" (Yaozu Wuqu, 瑶族舞曲).

This enchanting evening will be splendidly complemented by a selection of beautiful melodies played on traditional instruments by the 7-member Cleveland Chinese Music Ensemble (克里夫兰民族乐团), led by ethnomusicologist David Badagnani, featuring vocal soloist Xue "Snow" Yu (于雪) of Qingdao, Shandong, China. The ensemble's instruments include dizi and xiao (bamboo flutes), sheng (mouth organ), erhu (fiddle), pipa (pear-shaped lute), guzheng (zither), and percussion.

The concert will be followed by an after-concert reception.

The organizers gratefully acknowledge the support of Margaret Wong, Alex Machaskee, Anthony Yen, the Cleveland State University Confucius Institute, the Cleveland Contemporary Chinese Culture Association (CCCCA) of Solon, Ohio, and Anne Y. Pu of the "Erie Chinese Journal" for their assistance in making this concert a success.

Tickets are now on sale to the public and may be reserved via the Internet at the following website: http://www.chagrinfallsstudioorchestra.org/ or by calling the Hermit Club at (216) 621-2325

Facebook event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/574874305875583/

Saturday, March 9th, 2013

Hungarian American Cultural Center
Harmonia Concert and Dance Party - 7:00pm
26237 Goddard Road
Taylor, MI 48180
USA
(734)709-7549
Price: Adults - $20, Youth under 12 - $10 - Cash bar

For Information/reservations call:

Kimberly Kish (734)709-7549 or email:  kskish@comcast.net

Friday, March 8th, 2013

WBEZ Radio Interview and Performance
Harmonia live on WBEZ Chicago - 7:30am
848 E. Grand Ave
Chicago, IL 60611
USA

Friday, March 8th, 2013

Mayne Stage
Harmonia Performance - 8:30pm
1328 W. Morse Ave.
Chicago, IL 60626
USA
773-381-4554

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

Harmonia Performance - 8:30pm
4544 N. Lincoln
Chicago, IL 60625
(773)728-6000
Price: $10 Suggested Donation

Old Town School of Folk Music
HARMONIA
Part of the World Music Wednesday Series
March 6th 8:30pm

Harmonia's Music is intense, driving, lyrical roots music from Eastern Europe, with a repertoire drawing on Gypsy, Hungarian, Romanian, Croatian, Ukrainian, Slovak and Carpatho-Rusyn traditions.

Free weekly concerts!
$10 Suggested donation

Gary and Laura Maurer Concert Hall, 4544 N. Lincoln

To reserve tickets call 773-728-6000
or visit us online at oldtownschool.org

 

Saturday, November 17th, 2012

Temple Beth Shalom - Klezmer Festival Weekend Nov. 17th-18th, 2012
Di Tsvey - The Greenman/Rushefsky Duo - Klezmer Workshops
50 Division Street
Hudson, OH 44236
USA
(330)319-4026 (Robin Selinger)

Come play an instrument at our klezmer festival week-end at Temple Beth Shalom in Hudson! The program is open to both adults and students in grade 7 and up with 3 or more years of experience on their instrument. We need all kinds of instruments: brass, woodwinds, strings, keyboard, percussion, accordion-- you name it. Our music directors for the week-end are the wonderful Steven Greenman and Pete Rushefsky.

We'll have three rehearsals on Saturday and Sunday, then perform at the Blue Rock Cafe on Sunday evening at 6PM. Come join the band and have a blast!

Here is the first draft of our schedule for the week-end.
TBS Klezmer Festival - Schedule

Saturday Nov 17, 2012
10:30am-noon Rehearsal 1
Noon-1 Lunch break
1:00PM-2:30PM Rehearsal 2

Sunday Nov 18, 2012
11:15AM Steven Greenman and Pete Rushefsky perform for the religious school
1:00PM-3:45PM Rehearsal 3
6:00PM Klezmer Band Performance at the Blue Rock Cafe

Please sign up by Nov 1st at http://piratepad.net/tbshudson to let us know you're coming.

Questions? Contact Robin Selinger at robinselinger@gmail.com or 330-319-4026

Friday, November 16th, 2012

Di Tsvey Concert - 1pm-2pm
Cleveland Public Library - 3rd floor of the main library - 325 Superior Ave East
Cleveland, OH 44114
USA
(216)623-2800

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Di Tsvey - The Greenman/Rushefsky Duo Concert in remembrance of Krystallnacht - Program begins at 6:30pm; ends at 9pm
505 Gypsy Lane
Youngstown, OH 44504
USA
(330)746-3251

For more information please contact:

Sandy Kessler
skessler@jccyoungstown.org
(330)746-3251

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Youngstown State University - Dana School of Music
Di Tsvey - The Greenman/Rushefsky Duo Klezmer Workshop/Demonstration - 4:00pm-5:00pm
Bliss Hall - Room 3026 (3rd floor)
Youngstown, OH 44505
(330) 742 - 2307

Contact:  Dr. Randall Goldberg - Assistant Professor of Musicology
Dana School of Music
Youngstown State University
regoldberg@ysu.edu
tel:  (330)941-1841 fax:  (330)941-1490

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Di Tsvey - The Greenman/Rushefsky Duo Concert! - 7pm-8pm
2929 Richmond Rd.
Beachwood, OH 44122
USA
216.593.0575
Price: $14/$12 for Museum Members - Purchase in advance and save $2

Violinist Steven Greenman and Tsimblist Peter Rushefsky, renowned performers of traditional East European Jewish klezmer music, present a concert in commemoration of Kristallnacht highlighted by several of their own soulful and stunning Jewish compositions. The evening also honors US soldiers who fought bravely against tyranny. Experience a creative Jewish artistry not extinguished by the horrors of the Holocaust but continuing the tradition of a thriving, vibrant Yiddish culture.

Friday, November 9th, 2012

Chinato - Zack Bruell - Italian Cuisine on Cleveland's East 4th Street
Steven Greenman and Walt Mahovlich - 6:30pm-9:30pm
2079 East 4th Street
Cleveland, OH 44115
USA
(216)298-9080
Steven Greenman (violin) and Walt Mahovlich (accordion) of the Harmonia ensemble perform dashing East European Gypsy music, Italian favorites and much more at Cleveland's prestigious Chinato restaurant.  Please come for a fabulous dinner and be serenaded to the romantic and harmonious sounds of two of Cleveland's premier musicians.

Saturday, September 29th, 2012

Cleveland Masonic and Performance Arts Center
Cleveland Chinese Music Ensemble Performs for "Year of the Dragon Public Art Project Gala Auction" - 6pm - 10pm
3615 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH
USA
Price: $95 per person; Table sponsorship $850 (see details below)

The Cleveland Chinese Music Ensemble will perform a selection of elegant and melodious Chinese music for one hour during dinner, which will be served beginning between 8:30 and 9:00 p.m. In honor of the current Year of the Dragon, the ensemble's program will include several pieces about dragons.

Special guests include violinist Steven Greenman and pianist Sabrina He, who will present a rendition of the beautiful "Butterfly Lovers Concerto"; and Shifu Gary Harris of the Center for Body-Mind Harmony of Tallmadge, Ohio, who will demonstrate tai chi and wushu (kung fu) with the ensemble's accompaniment.

Admission is $95 per person, which includes a cocktail reception and hors d'oeuvres, an Asian fusion-style dinner, and dessert catered by Marigold Catering, plus beer, wine, and a signature cocktail. Table sponsorship costs $850, seating 10 people and including all of the above, as well as recognition in the event program. RSVP by September 10, 2012.

The event will also feature a lion dance by members of Wah Lum Kung Fu & Tai Chi of Pickerington, Ohio; a silent auction featuring valuable prize packages; and a live auction of Year of the Dragon public art created by some of Cleveland's most talented artists. The event also features complimentary valet parking.

Tickets are available online at http://www.stclairsuperior.org/yearoftheDRAGON-events.html or by phone at (216) 881-0644

Proceeds from this event benefit the Art and Culture Education program for the St. Clair/Superior neighborhood's youth, and continued art and culture programming in the community.

For more information, contact Becca Britton (Project Coordinator, St Clair Superior Development Corporation) at rbritton AT stclairsuperior DOT org or (216) 881-0644 .

Official event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/397008233691590/

Official website:
http://www.stclairsuperior.org/yearoftheDRAGON-events.html

Images of the dragons to be auctioned off at the event:
http://www.stclairsuperior.org/yearoftheDRAGON-photos.htmlSee More

 

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Nexus Cafe
Harmonia Fall Concert - 8:30pm
627 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
USA
Price: $15.00

Folk and Gypsy music from Eastern Europe – Hungarian, Ukrainian, Romanian, Slovak, Rusyn, Croatian, Serbian and more – will reverberate in downtown Cleveland as HARMONIA performs in concert on Friday, September 28th.  The group takes to the stage that night at 8:30 pm at the Nexus Café located at 627 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland OH 44115.  Copies of the group's new CD, "Hidden Legacy" on Folk Sounds Records, will be available at the concert.  Tickets are $15, email mahovlich@core.com or call  216-281-8727  for reservations.  Come celebrate your East European Roots with Harmonia on September 28th!

“Brilliant.  Lush.  Dazzling.  Soulful.  All true, but still insufficient to evoke the passion and exhilaration, the melancholy and triumph, that a Harmonia performance evokes.” SingOut! Magazine

“intense and exhilarating …You want adrenaline? This album is for you.”  New York Music Daily

Walt Mahovlich - accordion
Beata Begeniova – vocals
Alexander Fedoriouk – cimbalom
Steven Greenman – violin
Andrei Pidkivka - folk flutes (sopilka, nai, tilinca, panflute)
Brano Brinarsky - bass, vocals, fulara

For more about Harmonia, visit www.harmoniaband.com.

About Nexus Café & Coffeehouse:  Located in downtown Cleveland’s historic Gateway district, Nexus is in the heart of a growing and thriving community. For those who live or work downtown, or for those visiting Cleveland for business or pleasure, Nexus is easily accessible by foot, bicycle, public transit or automobile. The coffeehouse in the front features comfortable atmosphere, a wide array of food based on local products as well as single-origin coffees from all over the world, always ground and brewed within 10 days of roasting.  The venue also hosts the work of local artists and has a concert hall with a stage in the back.

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012

Chinato - Zack Bruell - Italian Cuisine on Cleveland's East 4th Street
Steven Greenman and Walt Mahovlich - 6:30pm - 9:30pm
2079 East 4th Street
Cleveland, OH 44115
USA
(216)298-9080
Steven Greenman (violin) and Walt Mahovlich (accordion) of the Harmonia ensemble perform dashing East European Gypsy music, Italian favorites and much more at Cleveland's prestigious Chinato restaurant.  Please come for a fabulous dinner and be serenaded to the romantic and harmonious sounds of two of Cleveland's premier musicians.

Saturday, August 11th, 2012

Chinato - Zack Bruell - Italian Cuisine on Cleveland's East 4th Street
Steven Greenman and Walt Mahovlich performing at Cleveland's Chinato Restaurant - 6:30pm - 9:30pm
2079 East 4th Street
Cleveland, OH 44115
USA
(216)298-9080
Steven Greenman (violin) and Walt Mahovlich (accordion) of the Harmonia ensemble perform dashing East European Gypsy music, Italian favorites and much more at Cleveland's prestigious Chinato restaurant.  Please come for a fabulous dinner and be serenaded to the romantic and harmonious sounds of two of Cleveland's premier musicians.

Saturday, July 28th, 2012

Chinato - Zack Bruell - Italian Cuisine on Cleveland's East 4th Street
Steven Greenman and Walt Mahovlich performing at Cleveland's Chinato Restaurant - 6:30pm - 9:30pm
2079 East 4th Street
Cleveland, OH 44115
USA
(216)298-9080

Steven Greenman (violin) and Walt Mahovlich (accordion) of the Harmonia ensemble perform dashing East European Gypsy music, Italian favorites and much more at Cleveland's prestigious Chinato restaurant.  Please come for a fabulous dinner and be serenaded to the romantic and harmonious sounds from two of Cleveland's premier musicians.

Sunday, June 24th, 2012

Steven Greenman Klezmer Ensemble - 4:45pm - 6pm
Black River Landing
Lorain, OH
USA

The Steven Greenman Klezmer Ensemble will be making their premier appearance at the Lorain International Festival in Lorain, Ohio.  This annual festival brings in noted ensembles and acts of various nationalities and ethnicities.  This will be the first year that Jewish and klezmer music will be presented.  We will be performing from 4:45pm-6pm at the "Black River Landing."  For more information about the festival and directions, etc. please click on the following links:

http://www.loraininternational.com/?cat=3
http://www.lorainportauthority.com/calendar
http://www.loraininternational.com/

Steven Greenman Klezmer Ensemble

Virtuoso Jewish/Moldavian/Romanian/Gypsy Music

Steven Greenman – Violin/vocals
Walt Mahovlich – accordion/clarinet
Alexander Fedoriouk – cimbalom
Ken Javor - string bass

The Steven Greenman Klezmer Ensemble is a dynamic virtuoso group of internationally renowned musicians who perform the traditional Jewish folk music of Eastern Europe (klezmer) and the shared repertoire of Jews, Roma (Gypsies), Romanians and Moldavians of 19th and 20th century Eastern Europe. The repertoire includes dazzling dance tunes, breath-taking showpieces and furious displays of virtuosity. The repertoire is complimented with several of Steven’s own Jewish and East European compositions.

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

Steven Greenman Klezmer Ensemble - 3:30pm-4:15pm
2548 Cheshire Rd
Shaker Heights, Ohio 44120
USA
Price: Free!

The Larchmere Porchfest is a delightful annual neighborhood event where local Northeast Ohio musicians perform on the front home porches of Cleveland's unique and colorful antique district of Larchmere. Best of all, the Steven Greenman Klezmer Ensemble will be performing this Saturday June 23rd from 3:30pm - 4:15pm right on the front porch of my home at 2548 Cheshire Rd, Shaker Heights, OH 44120.

The Steven Greenman Klezmer Ensemble will include the following amazing perfomers:
Steven Greenman - violin/vocals
Walt Mahovlich - clarinet/accordion
Ken Javor - string bass

Upcoming News/Events

 

 

I will be performing as violin soloist with the Energy Corridor Houston Orchestra (ECHO) on Friday October 21st, 2016, collaborating with my good friend, the conductor/violinist Michael Fahey.  I will be performing "Theme from Schindler's List" and "Fiddler on the Roof", both by John Williams.



 

ECHO presents

"Cinema Serenade"


A front seat to hollywood featuring music from movies such as Fiddler on the Roof, Star Wars, Pirates of Caribbean, Schindler's List and more! 


Featuring Steven Greenman, Jewish Klezmer Violinist


Friday, October 21, 2016
7:00pm
Bridge Point Bible Church
13277 Katy Fwy., Houston, TX 77079


Tickets
http://www.echorchestra.org/buy-tickets-2/

http://www.echorchestra.org/20162017-season/

Doors open at 5:30pm. Come early to grab a bag of popcorn and even some candy concessions before the concert starts at 7:00pm.


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