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THEY’VE GOT THE BEAT

“Bringing in the Beat: An Evening of Jewish Women’s Music” offers up musical performances by Jewish women, including violinist Alicia Svigals of Mikveh, a founder and former member of the Klezmatics; Miraj, an a cappella trio with Rabbi Margot L. Stein, Rabbi Rayzel Raphael and Juliet Irene Spitzer; Shira Shazeer of the Boston-based Fish Street Klezmer, and the duo Arielle and Tamar (Arielle Freedberg and Tamar Prager). The concert is presented in conjunction with the exhibit “Lilith Magazine: The Voice of Jewish Women.”

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, 1 W. 4th St.; May 7, exhibit with editors, 6 p.m.-7 p.m., music 7 p.m.-8 p.m.; free. (212-824-2205 or www.huc.edu/museums/ny/)

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