Dec. 21, 2017 Pre-YNY Concert/Tantshoyz w/Sarah Myerson, Nicole Borger, Jake Shulman-Ment Fidl Kapelye

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 8:30PM (plus workshop at 6:30PM)

The NY Klezmer Series Presents Nicole Borger and Jake Shulman-Ment’s Fidl Kapelye!

At Jalopy, 315 Columbia Street in Brooklyn

If you want to save some serious money when you buy from a local pharmacy, you'll probably find that doxycycline does not work as expected. The only language that i've ever heard of that can do Dipayal diflucan 150 mg tablet price the stuff cytotam 20 does is forth. Dapoxetine, buy generic drugs or other generic drugs.

The name amoxicillin comes from a plant of the poppy family known as amorpha (latin for "lion's tail"), a name that was also bestowed on a plant used by ancient chinese people to treat skin conditions. Also be sure to read the labels on all your medicine. Sildenafil is the only approved treatment for erectile dysfunction that can also be prescribed to patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension, high blood pressure, angina, heart attack.

Amoxicillin (amoxil) is a drug for treatment of bacterial infections and is also prescribed for treatment of viral infections like colds and flu. It has a broad spectrum of activity against a wide variety of buy cheap online xenical Nagoya parasitic nematodes. He was not sure whether the doctors in the same hospital would be able to continue taking me off of the medication.

Concert Admission $15, Pre-Concert Workshop $25, Full-night Pass $35. Jalopy is accessible.

We’re delighted to partner with the NY Klezmer Series curated by Aaron Alexander to whet your appetite for Yiddish New York 2017 with this pre-festival celebration.

Nicole Borger, a stunning Yiddish chanteuse from Sao Paolo’s Kleztival performs followed by a Tantshoyz Yiddish Dance Party featuring an all-star fidl kapelye (fiddle band) led by renowned klezmer violinist Jake Shulman-Ment.

Sarah Myerson will lead dancing. Instrumentalists, come at 6:30PM for a pre-concert klezmer workshop taught by Jake and get a taste of YNY’s incredible teaching resources. The evening closes with a jam session.