The second "LvivKlezFest" will take place Sunday in and around the inner Jewish quarter of L'viv, near the ruins of the Golden Rose synagogue -- a final late-night concert will take place in the square next to the ruins.
Participating bands come from Poland, Germany, Israel, Russia, and Ukraine, and there will be workshops, guided tours and other participatory events as well as concerts.
It's wonderful to the the (rather crumbling) district used in this way.
Here's the press release:
The Festival of Klezmer music “LvivKlezFest” will welcome its guest for the second time on July 25, 2010 from 10.00 a.m. until 23.00 p.m.
You will enjoy the theatrical Jewish wedding procession on the streets of medieval Jewish quarter which will be adorned by playing of Klezmer groups from different countries. Then the ceremony will fluently turn into a great long-lasting gala-concert on the ancient square near the legendary synagogue “Golden Rose”.
You will be also offered the master-classes on Jewish dance and handicrafts, walking tours in Jewish quarter and, certainly, you will taste traditional Jewish cuisine.
Those who will visit this big holiday of Jewish culture in Lviv in the very heart of Eastern Galicia will get unforgettable feelings due to the combination of natural scenery in conjunction with unique Klezmer music.The Festival is organized and supported by All-Ukrainian Jewish Charitable Foundation “Hesed-Arieh” (Lviv), “Joint Center”(Kiev), Company of Emotions “!Fest”(Lviv).
ALL LOVERS OF JEWISH MUSIC, DANCES AND SONGS ARE WELLCOMED!The Schedule of «LvivKlezFest-2010» (July 25, 2010)
10.00–13.30 Every half-hour free tour walks in the Jewish quarter of the city (the tour walks will start from the cafe "Diana", Rynok square)
from 12.00 - Theatrical performance "А hаsеnе in Galitsie" - "Jewish wedding-party in Galicia" accompanied by Klezmer orchestras - (cafe "Diana", Rynok square); Treating, master-classes on Jewish handicrafts - (Br.Rogatyntziv street); Jewish workshops - (Staroyevreyska street).
14.30–23.00 Gala-concert ”Muzl Tov!” - “Happiness”! with participation of klezmers from Ukraine, Russia, Germany, Poland (Arsenalna square, across the synagogue “Golden Rose”).