Klezmer Ball performed by the Marx Sisters at the Péniche Demoiselle

On February 10th 2019, 3h PM, the Marx Sisters will perform for the first time on the Peniche to invite you to a klezmer ball

In these grey times, why not DANCE !?
The Marx Sisters and the Péniche Demoiselle, with the European Institute for Jewish Music and the organisation Yiddish Pour Tous invite you to their 1st klezmer ball.
(and other will come...!)

Marx Sisters Orchestra:
Judith Marx (lead vocals),
Benjamin Chabert (doublebass),
Marc Bizzini (accordion),
Charles Rappoport (violin),
Mano Siri (banjo)
Dance driver : Marie-Amélie Gayard

Starts at: 3H PM
Initiation to the dances at 2h30 PM for the more enthusiastic !
Drinks and food on spot.

PAF: Full price 12€ – Reduced price 10€ (with justification)

Careful the péniche Demoiselle changed spot!
35 quai de l’Oise, 75019 Paris
Métro Corentin Cariou (ligne 7) ou Ourcq (ligne 5)
Contact 06 44 22 18 43
Mail marxsisters13@gamil.com

Don’t hesitate !!!

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