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Crazy Musicians Celebrate the End of Hannukkah
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Crazy Musicians Celebrate the End of Hannukkah

 

A local band is celebrating the final day of Hannukkah with a concert at the Winchester Cultural Center.

Meshugginah Klezmorim, which means crazy musicians in Yiddish, play klezmer music or Jewish jazz. The group is made of up of local musicians who have played with some of the best artists in the country, including Celine Dion, Tim McGraw and Andrea Bocelli.

The band was brought together by violinist Lee Schreiber, who is a member of the Las Vegas Philharmonic and the Nevada Chamber Symphony.

Meshugginah Klezmorim has played locally at festivities for Israeli Independence Day, the Menorah lighting on Fremont Street and the Folk Life Festival.

 

The show starts at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 16. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 the day of the show. The cultural center advises that people pre-purchase tickets because the same concert was sold out last year.  

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