By Dmitry Gerasimov
When I Played Klezmer for Kiev Uprising Crowd
Dmitry Gerasimov is the leader of a Ukrainian klezmer band that performed for protesters at the Kiev uprising. He describes the experience in an essay that was translated into English by Talia Lavin (JTA) At the Maidan, your clothes quickly start smelling like a campfire; in the metro, you can figure out who has been…
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