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Great Day on Eldridge Street

Scores of klezmer musicians descended on the Lower East Side last Friday to be photographed on the steps of the Eldridge Street Synagogue.

Organized by musician Yale Strom, the “Great Day on Eldridge Street” photo shoot was timed to coincide with the shul’s 120th anniversary.

Award-winning radio reporter and Forward contributor Jon Kalish filed a podcast for us from the celebration:

If you are having trouble with our audio player, you can download the podcast here

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